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    RediRad AM/N


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    • Model: AM/N
    • Shipping Weight: 1lbs
    • 1000 Units in Stock
    • Manufactured by: Brew City Engineering, INC


    RediRad model AM/N

    Designed for, and works great with, an AM-ONLY radio system.
    Operates on either 6 or 12 volts.
    Requires a negative -ground electrical system.
    Made in USA.

    With the increasing popularity and versatility of so-called 'smart' phones and other portable music devices, without an “AUX IN” port, there's no way to enjoy them while out for a drive.

    If your Freedom Machine still has the original AM-only radio, congratulations! Whether it's the control knobs that match the rest of the dashboard or those curious, “civil defense” markers on the readout, there is simply nothing available in the aftermarket that truly looks as good as the factory radio mounted in the dash... But where is the MUSIC? Not on the AM band! Wouldn't it be GREAT to have an auxiliary-input jack for your original radio – without having to resort to some sort of expensive, invasive 'conversion' service?

    Nobody wants to spend a lot of money replacing the original equipment that otherwise works well - and is already paid for. Instead of replacing the radio and speakers in your Freedom Machine, consider the money-saving, RediRad™ model AM/N.

    At only $99, the non-invasive RediRad™ model AM/N lets you fully enjoy your favorite music or internet radio from your iPod, smart phone, MP3, or satellite radio through the existing audio equipment, without broadcast interference, or hacking up that beautiful dashboard!

    The new RediRad™ model AM/N operates on either 6-volts or 12-volts with a negative-ground electrical system (basically everything American built after 1955), and an AM-only radio. In addition, the RediRad™ model AM/N uses industry-standard, 'Motorola'-type antenna cable connectors. However, some pre-war vehicles' antenna cables use nonstandard, 'bayonet' (push in and twist) connectors. Before installation, you might want to determine whether the antenna cable uses 'Motorola'-type antenna cable connectors. If your vehicle uses them, we sell the connector adapters.


    Current Reviews: 4

    This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 09 April, 2014.

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