Mystery Black Box


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No. It's an fm output from the device. It is injected into the antenna wire going to the vehicle's regular stereo system. You tune the radio to that frequency and hear the output from the auxiliary device through your regular stereo.
Ok, thanks for the info., Eric!
 


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So since it's outdated technology you will probably get crappy sound quality if you go to use it. lol. You can literally get a brand new Bluetooth receiver for $20 and get a lot better sound from Bluetooth than anything with a cord.
 

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So since it's outdated technology you will probably get crappy sound quality if you go to use it. lol. You can literally get a brand new Bluetooth receiver for $20 and get a lot better sound from Bluetooth than anything with a cord.
If it's directly connected to the antenna line in, there's no reason to expect a significant improvement with bluetooth.
 

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If it's directly connected to the antenna line in, there's no reason to expect a significant improvement with bluetooth.
Thanks for the info.! I just might hook it up this year.
 


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