In dash bluetooth stereo solution

thecrazygreek

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Another project.

Figuring out how to get a stereo installed in my 78 without hacking the dash.

I just wanted bluetooth only.

This is what I came up with...

100 watts and it f'n thumps!!!

I make knobs on the side so I came up with this one. Sorta inspired by the cigarette lighter design... :)

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thecrazygreek

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What’s the makeup?! I am intrigued!!!
Here's some specs..

Bluetooth Version: 5.0 (without occlusion 15m)
2 Channel
Input Sensitivity: 500mV
Speaker: 30-200W, 4-8Ohm
Self-recovery overheat protection, self-recovery short circuit protection

Recommended Power
12V - 8ohm/12W*2; 4ohm/20W*2
 
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s*** man... once I get moved into my new house imma have to start building cool things like this... finally put that fancy education I got to work or somethin.

Is the blue tooth reciever always outputting full blast and you use your phone to control everything?
 

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s*** man... once I get moved into my new house imma have to start building cool things like this... finally put that fancy education I got to work or somethin.

Is the blue tooth reciever always outputting full blast and you use your phone to control everything?
It has a turn - click for on, keep turning for volume.
 

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Can't find it in the classifieds... can you link it here? Looks cool!

There you go.
 

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