Nextbase DAB Car Radio - £19.95 @ eBay / velocityelectronics
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Nextbase DAB Car Radio - £19.95 @ eBay / velocityelectronics

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Expires on 15/06/2019Found 15th May
Was looking to get a new aerial for my motorhome as the FM is rubbish and saw this for a little more.

Reputable company so should be good.
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FYI you can get it at amazon for same price- for some reason it wouldn’t let me post link.
Have you tried it out yet ?
Not yet, gonna install it this weekend
Notice it comes with a suction cup to place on windscreen. Can't see a power cable so wondered if it has a battery on board to power it?
Ralph88815/05/2019 21:29

Notice it comes with a suction cup to place on windscreen. Can't see a …Notice it comes with a suction cup to place on windscreen. Can't see a power cable so wondered if it has a battery on board to power it?


usb c to cigarette lighter socket. They are also showing no physical connection between aerial and receiver so you cannot see just how messy it will be in operation. Connects to existing radio via low powered fm link. Goodbye fidelity. I wont be spending my money
Absolute crap. Returned mine to Amazon as hardly picked up any stations.
ROCHJA15/05/2019 22:02

usb c to cigarette lighter socket. They are also showing no physical …usb c to cigarette lighter socket. They are also showing no physical connection between aerial and receiver so you cannot see just how messy it will be in operation. Connects to existing radio via low powered fm link. Goodbye fidelity. I wont be spending my money


Goodbye fidelity? It's my understanding that in the push for more channels, rather than quality, most DAB (and DAB+) stations in the UK broadcast at (noticeably) worse quality than FM!
Edited by: "adam.mt" 15th May
I installed exactly this unit a month ago. The antenna sticks to the windscreen and has a magnetic terminated lead that attaches to the vesicles body. The unit is powered by a lead from my cigar lighter and another lead comes from the antenna to the unit (it's hidden behind the various panels in the car (actually quite easy to do). Reception is good (but I live in a good DAB reception area). Allows reception of stations not on FM (ie R5L and Virgin plus others). Good value at under £20.
If you look at the pics of the unit there is also a line out, so you don't need to use the FM link if your car stereo has a line in jack
Looks like the cable is supplied too
I have the Bluetooth version works great signal drops sometimes but all car dabs do
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