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to do it if you’re not experienced with in-car-entertainment. It would take an electronics expert around an hour to install, or a general mechanic around two hours.
The unit itself is well made and looks good, and it sticks to pretty much anywhere, so it’s easy to hide too. The signal can occasionally drop out, but the sound is spot on, and it’s very simple to use. For £160 it’s a simple way to modernise your classic and – with the exception of phone use while driving – comes recommended by us. ] www.alpine-europe.com Digital radio has ushered in an almost profound change in the way we ride the airwaves. And now you don’t need a modern head unit to listen to DAB – provided you have an FM radio already in your car.
Alpine’s new offering is billed as an easy-fit solution to get digital radio and Bluetooth hands-free installed in your car. This means you can listen to music on your phone through your stereo, as well as take and make phone calls through the system, subject to safety considerations.
Fitting is pretty fiddly, so we’d recommended getting a professional