How To Install A Radio Band Expander

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How To Install A Radio Band ExpanderHow To Install A Radio Band Expander

An FM Band Expander (band converter, fm converter) is a device used on Japanese car stereo systems to enable them to receive international FM. Japanese radio bands. Jan 28, 2010 hey was wondering if i could get some information on how to install a FM band expander i have a Toyota corolla, and its radio only got up ton 90mhz, so i. Unfortunately, Wavetech Imports does not offer an installation or repair service. Instead we focus on selling high quality products at great prices. This unit is small which enable easy installation. The advantages of fitting the Nissan FM Band Expander into Nissan vehicles. This will cover radio stations.

There are a range of band expanders. Depends on your proximity to stations you want whether band expanders are ok. If you are any distance out look at a new radio for NZ conditions.Have done two cars in the last month. One new radio, one band expander. Radio a Pioneer but others are good too. Best band expanders: I got 'Domino Electronics NZ 2000 Limited--- is manufacturing the next generation of FM Band Expander' about $26 courier delivered and install price should be under $50.

Make sure the connections are soldered not just twisted together. See website in Christchurch. I got one from Repco, which claimed to be NZ made. I can't remember the name of the manufacturer, but it came in a plastic ziplock bag stapled to a piece of cardboard. I think it was around $15 or so.

Installing it on the other hand took me many frustrating days, mainly because I had no idea what I was doing. After talking to a few people, I was able to locate where the aerial cable had a join (on the far right hand side near the accelerator pedal, it's a matter of unplugging one end of the cable, and putting the band expander inline), and track down a power source to tap into.

Bobsled Calling Android Download. The moral of the story is that yes, you could do it yourself, but if (like me) you don't know what you're doing, it'll be easier to get a professional to do it.

Contact us for the best price & book the installation for your vehicle today Christchurch Band Expanders Soundworks Christchurch use Domino Electronics band expanders as they are a top quality New Zealand product made right here in Christchurch and exported worldwide. In most cases we can supply and install the band expander for your vehicle while you wait, be sure to contact us first to make sure we are available to install this while you wait and that we have the correct band expander that is compatible with your current car audio system and your vehicle. 14MHZ is the frequency shift we use as this is the best band expander for Christchurch radio stations and will cover radio stations from 88 through to 108 but we can however supply other frequencies on request.