58-62 Radio Conversion - 12 Volt 44 Watt (ND)

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Features: The AM/FM can be configured for 1, 2, 3 or 4 speakers with a maximum output of 180 watts RMS (45 watts x 4 channels, 4 ohm speaker impedance, 14.4 volts input). There are several unique options for balance and fader controls including one that does not require additional controls! When
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Features:
The AM/FM can be configured for 1, 2, 3 or 4 speakers with a maximum output of 180 watts RMS (45 watts x 4 channels, 4 ohm speaker impedance, 14.4 volts input). There are several unique options for balance and fader controls including one that does not require additional controls! When practical, the original factory front/rear fader controls can be assigned to either the balance or fader function. Where the original radio did not provide for balance or fader controls, they can beprogrammed using the tone control.
How Does That Work?
Tune in an FM station and listen to it for a few seconds until you're familiar with how it sounds. Now quickly tune to the extreme bottom of the dial. The station you were just listeningto will begin playing again! At this point, the tone control becomes the balance control. Tune the radio to the top of the dial. The last station you listened to will again start playing here. Now the tone control is the front/rear fader! When you tune away from the top of
Specifications
Base Unit of Measure EA
Net Weight 11
Special Order False
Car Years 1 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962
Part # 521020
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