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How To Pick Up Canadian Radio Stations On A Japanese Car

How To Pick Up Canadian Radio Stations On A Japanese Car was first published to the blog of Carphonix Car Audio and Electronics - - -

Good morning y'all, it's Gatlin from Carphonix, and I still hate the snow. This video was from the middle of March and I'm glad the weather's better now.

Anyway I wanted to show ya something cool today to do with car radios. We're going to head upstairs today, which ya don't get to see too often so watch carefully! I'll show you some speaker adapter plugs and tell you why they're so important for your install. Newbies don't think of this and it can cause a lot of problems especially if you want to sell your car later on. You can save yourself a boatload of money and time knowing this stuff!

Then I'll show you how to install an "FM Transmitter Thing".

What's that? Well when you import a Japanese car, I guess their radio stations work differently than they do here, so you can't pick up Canadian radio stations. The FM Transmitter Thing lets you get Canadian signals in a Japanese radio.

Check out this video to see how it works:

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