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  • #16
    I have put together a stage 1 Butterworth crossover which is running the tweeters at 3khz plus. Major faff around, took nearly ten whole minutes, sounds great with a borrowed Sony head unit, I may pop a DAB unit in as I can pick one up with Bluetooth hands free and USB for 80 at the moment.

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    • #17
      That sounds like a real faff

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Buckster View Post
        I have put together a stage 1 Butterworth crossover which is running the tweeters at 3khz plus. Major faff around, took nearly ten whole minutes, sounds great with a borrowed Sony head unit, I may pop a DAB unit in as I can pick one up with Bluetooth hands free and USB for 80 at the moment.

        If you do go for the Sony DAB bluetooth setup I'd advise not to use a stick on screen antenna for the DAB as your wiper will almost certainly interfere with the signal as it passes close by (been there and binned that!).
        You can get a nice little splitter box that uses the original fm antenna and has a take off for the DAB.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by bob-in-dav View Post


          If you do go for the Sony DAB bluetooth setup I'd advise not to use a stick on screen antenna for the DAB as your wiper will almost certainly interfere with the signal as it passes close by (been there and binned that!).
          You can get a nice little splitter box that uses the original fm antenna and has a take off for the DAB.
          Good advice, thanks for that, I was looking at the windscreen antennas.

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