Alpine EZi-DAB-BT from


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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. ] 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

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