For Japan, the radio tape recorder would probably be top, here you have a TV, and cards, and disks.
But for Russia this is no longer relevant. I didn’t find the disks, and as I was told they should only be licensed, I didn’t burn them, since CD blanks are already more expensive than USB flash drives)
I did not take the FM modulator, they are not very reliable, and the sound is worse, but the found audio cassette of Mikhail Krug, the mafon, began to chew, I decided to buy a modern radio tape recorder.
2DIN cost space, on Avito there is one ancient trash for CDs, and for flash drives they are more expensive than new ones in the store.
Bought as a result Pioneer 1DIN in CSN. Yes, and for a long time I also installed the radio tape recorder of this company, and the sub stood, and shook the norms, and worked flawlessly.
I pulled out the standard one, the connectors are all intact, put the adapter, everything connected and worked in 10 seconds)
The pocket from the cargo Shakman was adjusted, otherwise the hucksters are aching for inadequate prices.
According to the fasteners, everything fell into place.
Only on the radio tape recorder I had to dig a little more holes, although 8 mm bolts are written, they didn’t spin at the rally)
And I had to file the pocket with a knife on top and grind it off with a file, since the torpedo overlay did not rise normally.
And there was also a frame on the radio tape recorder, it was removable and also interfered ... apparently this is for those who have only 1DIN radio tape recorders.
I'll close the holes later, the ears are bought, while I'm too lazy to disassemble everything again.
And here is the head unit:
By the way, it got very hot when the audio cassette was playing. And the radio converter caught few stations, and constant listening to radio stations, where every 5 minutes an advertisement for a quick treatment for hemorrhoids or other dregs, will drive anyone crazy))
Category: car audio