Supports SDP, CDP and DCP charging modes up to a full 2A.
Supports proprietary modes such as Apple® 1A/2A and BlackBerry®
Whether you’re listening to the radio or USB music, the FMR-2/USB-2 returns to where you left off when you turn the radio back on.
Any radio that has been converted with an FMR-2 can be brought up to todays standards. Streaming music from your Bluetooth enabled AAC/MP3 player or smart phone, or taking hands-free calls, it’s all possible with the BT-2.
Add $100 to FMR-2 = $500 total for FMR
Imagine cruising down the road in your classic vehicle or hotrod with with your favorite music streaming from it’s original radio. A call comes in on your smart phone and the radio softly mutes as the call comes in over the radio. Sound impossible? Never before had so many advanced features been packed into an original radio. Bluetooth audio, hands free phone, USB audio playback, USB charging, Voice Command... Now the BTU-2 takes this experience to a whole new level by adding to the already extensive list of features found only on the BTU-1!
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All Prices do not include shipping usually <$25.00
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Introducing the second Series of Aurora Design Products!! There are even more great features! Click on each board to learn more!!! Same great reliability, better Bluetooth connections! Absolutely the Best Products on the Market and at the Same LOW COST!!!
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RICK'S RADIO CONVERSIONS
High Definition Radio
Aurora Design announces the first, and only authentic solution for classic vehicles that supports worldwide digital radio! Joining the High Definition HD Radio option, Aurora Design is now certified for HD RadioTM. This brings a whole new world of performance to your classic vehicle.
HD RadioTM Technology brings many advanced features to your radio. Besides offering digital audio quality for both AM and FM, it also adds features like sub-channels on FM. This allows a broadcaster to add up to three sub-channels (up to eight in the future) on each FM station. These sub-channels are typically used for targeted content such as all 60’s, 70’s or 80‘s music, sports or even rebroadcasting of AM radio stations. The latter which allows customers to listen to their favorite AM station in digital FM quality!