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    Default Re: The BIG Car Audio Reference Thread

    A site that i found very good is

    www.BCAE1.com
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    Default Re: The BIG Car Audio Reference Thread

    Maybe that where I'm just being old fashion.
    One unit to do the job.

    See how you go, head down to any electrical and as them for a double antenna connector or a Y adapter for a car audio antenna and go for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shinybluesteel
    A site that i found very good is

    www.BCAE1.com
    Yeah, that's a neat reference. That was one of the other links i forgot to link up Ah well... you bet me to it.

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    You will need a powered splitter river, because those car feed antennas are a tricky 'impedence something or other' based setup, and when you load two devices on it, (albeit only one working at any given time) you'll mess that setup up. Get that splitter doovy and I'd say you'll be fine.
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    Or.. stick to the one unit hahaha

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    Default Re: The BIG Car Audio Reference Thread

    Tiger, u have to see his car to understand why he needs both hooked up. a classic is always a classic.

    river, a splitter like strad says should be fine.

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    Hahaha..fair enoughage.... I'll take your word for it, dude
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