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Have any of you installed a blue tooth enabled radio in your Avanti that would fit where the original radio was without cutting up the dash?

If so, which one did you use?

Thanks

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11 hours ago, pantera928 said:

Have any of you installed a blue tooth enabled radio in your Avanti that would fit where the original radio was without cutting up the dash?

If so, which one did you use?

Thanks

I don't know anything about them but may be worth a contact.

https://customautosoundmfg.com/product/custom-in-dash-radios/usa-740?&autoMake=studebaker&autoModel=avanti&autoModel=avanti&product=cam-ava-740

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1 hour ago, Dunkin said:

Try this from Crutchfield, might be a little extreme for you.  https://www.crutchfield.com/I-rESTcVSL/learn/customcar/showroom/BillH_Avanti.html

Very impressive. I am not going to go that far nor do i want to give up my glove box space. Looks like the subwoofers go where my A/C is.

Thanks for sharing this

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Aurora offers a modern conversion circuitry for your original tuner so your original radio looks stock with upgraded internals. Includes the option of adding bluetooth. 45 watts output but you have to upgrade the speakers. I did one with JBL component speakers and a class D amp and hidden 6x9 deck speakers. I put the tweeters overhead on the side bolsters to the headliner. Sounded fantastic

 

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As a quick and dirty alternative, I purchased a bluetooth adapter that simply plugs into the lighter socket.  It converts the bluetooth signal to a chosen FM frequency on your existing radio.  For less than $20 and no labor I can listen to my tunes from my phone.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07V27CYPT/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

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3 hours ago, Jim78 said:

As a quick and dirty alternative, I purchased a bluetooth adapter that simply plugs into the lighter socket.  It converts the bluetooth signal to a chosen FM frequency on your existing radio.  For less than $20 and no labor I can listen to my tunes from my phone.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07V27CYPT/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

Never heard of this. Nice idea. Thanks

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