this seems silly to post in the technical discussion section, but I broke the antenna on the defender. I was about to just buy something small and inexpensive from Amazon, but then decided I'd ask if there are any that folks here like or recommend.
To me, they are all the same, but what do I know?
All this stuff was pulled out my my dad's car when he returned it to stock prior to selling. I don't think the SiriusXM kit was ever used/setup.
Alpine CDE-124SXM DIN CD/receiver radio (was $199 new, maybe worth $100 now?)
SiriusXM V200 plug-in tuner ($69 new)
Parrot MKi9200 bluetooth/media...
Here is an icom w32a dual band radio..radio unit is operation but I am not sure of the battery, I didn't see if it holds a charge....batteries are cheap on eBay.. Comes with charger and owners manual..$80 shipped..
I will be selling a whole bunch of ham radio stuff etc that belonged to my wife's father who just passed,.. This is the icom T-90a comes with 2 batteries, both hold charge although I can't say for how long as I haven't tested them.. Also has the charger and the owners manual.. $140 shipped..
I found these antennas to get the best radio reception and I have tried about four different antennas over the years. This is brand new and I don't need it as I have used a glass mount antenna which is not as good but I don't feel like changing the setup.
photo of the antenna on my truck...
Anyone have knowledge or knowledge regarding the 24V FFR Radio Truck Generators.
Anyone know the correct answer to these questions?
Lets not drag this thread out with speculations.
1.) Since they are a generator, am wondering if they will produce voltage from being rotated in either direction...
Previous owner installed a Sony head unit that works, but has the typical disco lights, equalizer bars, and tiny buttons that I hate.
I'd like to find a unit that has bluetooth, and simple, more industrial looking faceplate. Yes, I know the noise level in the truck is not conducive to high...
I'm going to be installing a radio into my 83 110 which has never had a radio and was wondering if anyone knows what kind of harness I need for this job? If there is one how much of a task is installing a radio and speakers on a defender?
I have for sale an original Land Rover radio from a 1997 Defender 90. This radio was refurbished in 2005 by Roverville and has been sitting on my shelf ever since. Sold the Defender, but never sold the radio.
Comes with a card explaining how to input the security code.
$525 and I will...
Very very nice condition Sony Head unit with USB Radio and external CD changer. Removed from a 17K miles 1997 Defender.
The Sony radio unit does not have a scratch on it. Appears (as new)
The face tilts forward and a CD player behind. The remote changer looks in decent used condition.