Aurora FMR AM/FM Stereo Conversion
The Best Conversion Products -- PERIOD! Built by Automotive Engineers -- In Automotive Plants -- In Detroit
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Video depicts the FMR-1 -- applies to the FMR-2
Designed and built in the USA by the same people hired by Detroit to design and build new cars!
The FMR Stereo is built to SAE Standards. Designed and built to withstand extreme heat and cold, voltage transients, battery reversal, shorted wiring, and other abuses which would easily destroy any consumer-grade stereo.
We use modern technology including Bluetooth 4.1 and AAC audio. Does the cheap stereo in your glove box support these new formats?
Fully Certified Bluetooth. Certified by the FCC and other international authorities, and fully integrated with the FMR stereo, the Bluetooth modules are fully featured and include music streaming, hands-free calling with call waiting and conference calling, and other features not found in most other car stereos.
Voice Command and Voice Assist offer unparalleled ease in setup and configuration. What does that consumer-grade stereo offer?
" . . . thank you for all your quality work on my [Studebaker] radio, I have installed it and it sounds magnificent, Bluetooth connectivity is fabulous as is the iPod/aux /USB ports . . ." -- Jeff, Australia
"The sound is amazing and I wanted to thank you for the awesome job you did." -- Mike, California
"Best investment I ever made for this 59 Corvette!" -- Bill, Florida
"I just wanted to let you
know how pleased I am with my AM/FM radio conversion (1964 Buick) . . .I will
gladly tell my “car friends” about your excellent service and product! "
-- Mark, North Carolina
" -- Mark, North Carolina
NEW! BT-2 Bluetooth Adapter: This is a FULLY INTEGRATED, FCC CERTIFIED module that works seamlessly with the FMR-2 Stereo. Voice Command lets you make hands-free calls, select music, or even get navigation without ever touching your phone or taking your eyes off the road! NEW! Supports Bluetooth 4.1, Voice Assist guides you through operations!
NEW! USB-2 USB/MP3 Adapter: Play music from your flash drive right through your new car stereo! Use your radio's controls to pause/play, next/previous, oe sequential/random. Just like the BT-2, this is designed to work seamlessly with the FMR Stereo. NEW! Supports new protocols!
NEW! BTU-2 Bluetooth/USB Module: Offers Bluetooth AND USB with all the features listed above, at a lower price than purchasing both separately.
Line Outputs: This low-cost option allows post-balance/fader, fully buffered connections to external amps. This option provides 4 channels plus a mono subwoofer output.
Bluetooth Note: All radios equipped with BT-2 or BTU-2 (since January 1, 2017) include an internal microphone. Exceptions: Manual-tune radios (no opening for the microphone) and radios with built-in speakers (will not work properly). This allows the use of hands-free calls and voice functions without adding any external device. However, the external microphone performs better, so all Bluetooth-equipped sets include an external mike.
American radios, 1946 and later, 12 volt negative ground electrical systems:
All-Transistor AM radio, pushbutton or manual-tune: $385
AM/FM pushbutton sets (Stereo or Mono): $400
Tube or hybrid sets, pushbutton, Roto-Matic, or manual-tune (Except Cadillac/Lincoln as below): $400
Exceptions, 1946-47 Cadillac, 1946-48 Lincoln: $450
Most radios fall into four categories -- all-transistor AM ($385), AM/FM or early stereo ($400), all-tube or tube-hybrid AM ($400), and any Wonderbar or Town & Country ($445). BUT there are exceptions, for example certain Cadillacs and Lincolns are higher, early Delco Wonderbars require more hardware and are higher, and if your 6 volt car is still 6 volts, an HPC Power Booster is needed. Also, many European types are priced differently.
So here goes -- remember these prices apply to 12 volts:
Prewar radios: usually $450 but please call to verify.
Wonderbar radios, GM and Studebaker/Packard, 1950-1957, also 1958 Buick and Cadillac: $495
Wonderbar radios, 1959 and later Buick, Cadillac, 1958 and later all others: $445
Cadillac 1957 Eldorado all-transistor: $445
Town & Country, 1956-59 Ford, 1958-59 Edsel, 1956-57 Thunderbird, 1957 and later Mercury: $445
Town & Country, 1956 Lincoln & Mercury, 1956-57 Continental Mark II: $545
Town & Country, Lincoln 1957 and later: $495
Mopar Electro-Touch, 1955-56: $495
Mopar signal seeker 1957 and later: $445
European Blaupunkt, Becker signal seeker: $495
Sets that we will NOT convert: Tape Players, Trans-Portables, Radios with CB, newer sets with digital display tuning.
Foreign Cars & Trucks (1946 and later):
Many European imports, such as VW, Triumph, Volvo, and Alfa-Romeo have American radios. Prices above apply.
Many Japanese vehicles such as Datsun and Toyota have basic radios similar to American, and the above prices apply
European radios including Blaupunkt, Becker, Radiomobile, and Pye, pushbutton or manual-tune: $420
European Signal seeker sets (such as Jaguar E-Type): $495
(I bring up the E-Type specifically, as this radio looks like a basic pushbutton set. However you enable seek by pressing the tuner knob, and sensitivity is selected by the knob behind it.)
If your vehicle was originally 6 volts, and the car is NOW 12 volts negative ground, the above prices apply. If still 6 volts, an HPC Power Booster is required. The Price is $100.
BT-2 Bluetooth Adapter: Provides wireless connection from your smart phone. Includes microphone for hands-free phone conversation. $180 NEW PRICE! $170
USB-2 USB/MP3 Adapter: Play music/talking books/podcasts directly from your flash drive. $100
BTU-2 Bluetooth/USB With Voice Command: Provides Bluetooth and USB in one module with new features. $230 NEW PRICE $220
Line Outputs: Offers four post-fader line outputs for external amp and one mono subwoofer line output. $15
Additional costs: We try not to surprise anyone with additional costs, but there are a couple that cannot be avoided. Florida sales are subject to 7% sales tax. Return shipping is flat $20 for 48 states. Please follow instructions for packing -- shipping damage may incur additional costs; this is preventable by following instructions.
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For additional questions or information, please call 941-371-8924 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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