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Hi all,

Is there any device that will allow me to play bluetooth into my OEM, AM radio in our '66 Mustang? I have a RediRad installed, but it doesn't have a bluetooth option.

Thanks, Dave
 

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There are a lot of ways to do this. Maybe the easiest way would be to physically connect your phone with a patch cable, though.

I went a different route - I upgraded my factory AM radio with Aurora Design innards. It looks the same, works the same. Is the original factory radio. But now, flicking it off and back on changes modes. It now has FM, Bluetooth, and USB (hooked up to my dash cigarette lighter spot). 45W per channel, and upgraded speakers in the factory locations.

If no one told you, you could use it to listen to AM songs, and never know the difference, except that it sounds a lot better.
 

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THANKS for the reply.

I am gonna try this thing
[2021 Upgraded] COMSOON Bluetooth 5.0 Receiver for Car, Noise Cancelling Bluetooth AUX Adapter, Bluetooth Music Receiver for Home Stereo/Wired Headphones/Hands-Free Call,16H Battery Life-Black+Silver

We have a convertible, so we don't need a good radio, just a loud one !
 
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