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Fitting sony dab radio

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Ok gang before I start I want to say I googled and looked at the how to pages on here but still can not find what I want .I managed to get a ford/sony dab radio out of a kuga . As I am sure you are aware the fusion aerial connector is just a round plug ,but the the aerial connections on the back of the radio are black and white jacks . Please tell me there is an adaptor I can get for my car :sad:

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There might be an adaptor, but I think you might need the Kuga antenna, and it might even need a pre-amp.

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Thanks paulkp I have managed to find an adaptor for the car and the radio, I can listen to a cd so I do not think I need an amp am I right in thinking the sony has its own power for the dab radio ? I hope to get the parts this week so fingers crossed

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I'm thinking that the antenna adaptor would be fitted with a pre-amp, splitting the output into AM frequencies and VHF/DAB frequencies which would then connect into the two sockets on the back of the radio.  DAB frequencies are about 200MHz if I remember correctly,

What type of adaptor were you referring to ?

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