Seriously though (it wasn't me officer) I've taken to long drives listening to music on my iphone via BT using a headset with microphone so I can take calls. There are plenty of units in the $30 range out there.
For real tho, my 80s boombox has RCA ins that I pigtailed a bluetooth receiver to. Connect my phone and away I go. Also good for the radio or odd Steely Dan cassette I'm more familiar with foam earplugs, however.
I have a head unit and speakers that I’m getting installed next week. Head unit will go into my Tuffy and Speakers will go into my door cards. Anything special I should mention to the car audio place? They have never seen a Defender, but I printed out a British wiring color guide and the Tithonus electrical diagram. It is obviously a ex-MOD and has never had a radio.
Should he be able to get what he needs without pulling the dash? I figured he could use the wires from the harness behind the fuse box, but I am a Defender electrics novice to say the least. Just want to make sure he doesn’t screw anything up or do anything crazy.
Since I'm never without my phone, I always listen to Pandora or if needed iheartradio if I want to listen to anything. I'd bet your local radio stations are streamed on the internet. So this idea of needing an FM radio, for me, was a little outdated.