If you want to enjoy your iPod or satellite radio unit but the existing stereo system is digitally-tuned (post 1985), and does not have an auxiliary input, RediRad-FM will get you there.
A&B. The power/ground wire is approximately five feet long and consists of a red/black zip cord.
A. The red wire is pre-terminated with a connector that slips onto a +12 volt tap point on the fuse panel.
B. The black wire is pre-terminated with a loop-type ring lug for easy attachment to the vehicle's chassis/ground.
C. The coaxial cable is terminated with a Motorola "male" connector connecting the RediRad to your radio's antenna jack (where the vehicle's antenna cable normally plugs into).
D. The "Audio In" cable is approximately five feet long and has a 3.5 mm universal audio plug. It plugs into the headphone socket on any portable music player.
E. The coaxial cable terminated with a Motorola "female" connector receives the vehicle's antenna cable if equipped. The RediRad does not require an antenna to operate.
- Low Cost
- Easy to Install
- American Made
- Universal Design
- No Mods to Original Radio or Dash
- Compact Size that Mounts Out of Sight