Anyone fitted the Classic Car Stereo’s hidden Bluetooth amp?

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#1 Anyone fitted the Classic Car Stereo’s hidden Bluetooth amp?

Post by rswaffie » Sat Dec 29, 2018 1:51 pm

Hi
Has anyone fitted one of these with the positive to negative earth module?

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I need to confirm the wiring connections.

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Richard

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#2 Re: Anyone fitted the Classic Car Stereo’s hidden Bluetooth amp?

Post by phil.dobson@mac.com » Sun Dec 30, 2018 7:59 am

Just wondering why you want to keep it positive earth? If the answer is ‘originality’ they why the modern radio?

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#3 Re: Anyone fitted the Classic Car Stereo’s hidden Bluetooth amp?

Post by rswaffie » Sun Dec 30, 2018 12:26 pm

Hi,
No, the answer isn’t ‘originality’.

All the upgrades I’ve fitted (Powerlite dynator, hi-torque starter, led’s etc) have all been spec’d for +earth. It may well be a simple process to change everything over, but given that this is the last item on the electrics list, and it comes with a converter, I don’t want the extra risk of stuffing up a working system by messing around with something that doesn’t need changing.
Richard

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