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Philips CE139DR iPhone/USB/DAB Car Stereo refurbished £22.50 @ Halfords

£22.50 @ Halfords
It was posted couple of times in here, but thwe cheapest one was £36 and got 545° Now £22.25 for reserve and collect and it looks like they have plenty of stock. I have got one in Coventry. Marry …
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It was posted couple of times in here, but thwe cheapest one was £36 and got 545°
Now £22.25 for reserve and collect and it looks like they have plenty of stock. I have got one in Coventry.

Marry Christmas

The Philips CE139DR Car Audio System offers you superior sound with dynamic bass boost that electronically enhances the low tones. It has 4 x 50W amplifiers for quality and a 2-band parametric equaliser with 8 presets. The CE139DR allows you to listen to music from your iPhone, iPod and USB. The mech-less unit does not require a CD player to offer full enertainment, instead simply connect your MP3 player or mobile phone to easily access all of your tunes.

FEATURES & BENEFITS OF THE PHILIPS CE139DR CAR AUDIO SYSTEM

Dual USB for front and rear connectivity
USB playback for iPhone/MP3/WMA tracks
Made for iPhone/iPod
4 x 50W maximum power output
2-Band parametric equaliser, 8 presets and dynamic bass boost
Front mounted 3.5mm aux input
RDS radio with 18FM & 12Am stations

Click here to check DAB coverage in your area

Code : B15CARS01
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#1
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Edited By: Sliwka on Dec 24, 2014 09:31
#2
Halfords appears broken (down) for me.
#3
grommachine
Halfords appears broken (down) for me.

Wait 2 min and try again :)
#4
A great price but be warned, this does not have DAB radio. You have to spend another £30 on an adapter for this.

Also just to point out the obvious to all, this does not have a standard CD slot.
#5
you failed to mention its refurbished NOT new in your description
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john5877
you failed to mention its refurbished NOT new in your description

please don't kill me. I will correct it
#7
Dont fit straight away beed so many adaptations I had to return it
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ejz
Dont fit straight away beed so many adaptations I had to return it

Read this 4 times now and still have no idea what you are trying to say...
#9
"need". the letter b is near letter n on keyboard.
#10
I bought on for my caravan and works a treat
#11
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#12
ejz
Dont fit straight away beed so many adaptations I had to return it

Any aftermarket car stereo will be the same. You buy a Wiring harness adaptor to suit your car
#13
No Bluetooth. Cold
#14
none in stock near me :(
#15
redsnappa
No Bluetooth. Cold

What do you expect for under 23 quid!
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redsnappa
No Bluetooth. Cold


Here we go again. expecting the earth but only want to pay peanuts.
#17
ejz
Dont fit straight away beed so many adaptations I had to return it


Did the so called halfords professionals not offer to fit it?
#18
Every time I try to put an after market stereo in our car, it works but the speedo stops working (so the old one gets put back in).
Any idea how to fix this problem or should we get Halfords to fit it and hope they will fix the issue?
#19
Out of stock :(
#20
OOS now, message on page saying "Sorry you missed out"
#21
forcedv
Every time I try to put an after market stereo in our car, it works but the speedo stops working (so the old one gets put back in).
Any idea how to fix this problem or should we get Halfords to fit it and hope they will fix the issue?


Definitely an electrical issue then. Perhaps your factory wiring loom can't provide enough power and for whatever reason, it also powers the speedo and that conks out. One way to guarantee it will work is to run another power line from the battery, through the firewall and into the car. You then are powering the stereo separately from there, though it may be quite a lot of effort getting it through the firewall (varies from car to car).
#22
forcedv
Every time I try to put an after market stereo in our car, it works but the speedo stops working (so the old one gets put back in).
Any idea how to fix this problem or should we get Halfords to fit it and hope they will fix the issue?

This isn't on a Micra or other Nissan I suppose? If so then I had the same problem (the tail lights also stopped working) - due to Nissan using a black wire in the radio loom, which looks and measures like a ground wire, but is in fact the live feed for the radio illumination. Disconnected that and all fine.
#23
jazzyb88
forcedv
Every time I try to put an after market stereo in our car, it works but the speedo stops working (so the old one gets put back in).
Any idea how to fix this problem or should we get Halfords to fit it and hope they will fix the issue?

Definitely an electrical issue then. Perhaps your factory wiring loom can't provide enough power and for whatever reason, it also powers the speedo and that conks out. One way to guarantee it will work is to run another power line from the battery, through the firewall and into the car. You then are powering the stereo separately from there, though it may be quite a lot of effort getting it through the firewall (varies from car to car).

I know this problem occurs in some Rovers, when looking at the various wires which came with the headunit, there is NORMALLY an orange wire which stands for illumination, this wire is normally the one that disturbs the speedometer, have a try removing it and see if it makes a difference.
#24
spamcan61
forcedv
Every time I try to put an after market stereo in our car, it works but the speedo stops working (so the old one gets put back in).
Any idea how to fix this problem or should we get Halfords to fit it and hope they will fix the issue?

This isn't on a Micra or other Nissan I suppose? If so then I had the same problem (the tail lights also stopped working) - due to Nissan using a black wire in the radio loom, which looks and measures like a ground wire, but is in fact the live feed for the radio illumination. Disconnected that and all fine.

That's a good point actually, so it might also be worth getting a diagram of the factory wiring. Although I would have thought if you are using one of those factory harness to ISO adaptors, the pinout should be correct?
#25
jazzyb88
spamcan61
forcedv
Every time I try to put an after market stereo in our car, it works but the speedo stops working (so the old one gets put back in).
Any idea how to fix this problem or should we get Halfords to fit it and hope they will fix the issue?

This isn't on a Micra or other Nissan I suppose? If so then I had the same problem (the tail lights also stopped working) - due to Nissan using a black wire in the radio loom, which looks and measures like a ground wire, but is in fact the live feed for the radio illumination. Disconnected that and all fine.

That's a good point actually, so it might also be worth getting a diagram of the factory wiring. Although I would have thought if you are using one of those factory harness to ISO adaptors, the pinout should be correct?

You would hope so on a bespoke adaptor. Probably worth a Google, most marques have specific forums/web sites covering them, I found out about the Micra wiring 'feature' via an owner's forum. Plan B would be to strip back the adaptor wiring (apart from the speaker connector) back to the basic +12V feeds and see if it works with just those.
#26
forcedv
Every time I try to put an after market stereo in our car, it works but the speedo stops working (so the old one gets put back in).
Any idea how to fix this problem or should we get Halfords to fit it and hope they will fix the issue?
In a wiring loom, there's a pin feeding speed info for speed-related volume adjustment, the same signal feeds the speedometer, in your radio this pin probably is grounded, so just cut the wire. Pin layout will be in the manual or google it.

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