Switchover to DAB with New AutoDAB-FM

Connects2 Launches New AutoDAB Product For FM Vehicles

West Midlands, UK: Today, Connects2 announced the launch of AutoDAB-FM, the latest product in their popular range of aftermarket DAB solutions. The AutoDAB-FM is an in-car DAB adapter which upgrades an existing FM system to receive DAB and DAB+ digital radio. Using an FM transmitter for delivery and a dedicated RF remote for control, the product has been designed to equip almost any vehicle with digital radio in time for switch-over.

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Key Features & Benefits:

  • Gain DAB & DAB+ services for FM equipped vehicles
  • Displays digital radio information on factory stereo display
  • Compatible with most factory FM stereos
  • Controlled via bespoke RF remote control
  • Simple, plug & play installation
  • Stay safe with voice prompt menus
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DAB Provided via FM or Aux, Controlled Through RF Remote

A perfect solution for those wishing to upgrade to DAB, the AutoDAB-FM is simple to install with the entire product remaining hidden behind the dash after installation to retain an OEM aesthetic. A voice prompt menu system is included for increased safety whilst on the road, and all radio text, song and artist information is retained on the original stereo display.

 

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Click here to find out more about the features of AutoDAB-FM or visit AutoDAB.com to view our full range of digital radio switch-over solutions

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For more information on Digital Radio, visit WorldDAB, and find out more about benefits of in-car DAB

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Ben Armstrong

Connects2 Ltd.

ben.armstrong@connects2.com

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