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Old 07-14-2007, 09:09 AM   #1
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Free Honda Civic Radio

Hey guys I have a free radio that I pulled out of my 1991 Honda Civic that I had in Japan. It still worked when I took it out, to replace it with a Kenwood CD Player. It's an Alpine/Gathers AM/FM tape player model # GXC-7108SFW. The only bad thing is that it is tuned for Japanese frequencies. FM 76.0 - 90.0 Mhz and AM 522-1629 Khz. I'm not sure if it can be changed to American frequencies or not. I will post pics if anyone is interested.
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Hey, I'm interested. We've gotta meet up anyway
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Old 07-14-2007, 10:00 AM   #3
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Cool Daniel. I was going to throw it away. Did you read about the freq ranges? I could ask my instructors if their is a way to tune the radio to FCC frequencies.
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Here's some pics
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does it catch anything on those channels? What are they used for in the US? It'd be neat if it picked up something else.
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looks like it will catch mostly tv channels for FM. AM looks about right.

http://www.ntia.doc.gov/osmhome/allochrt.pdf
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Not sure exactly I didn't try the radio here, but I think that there's an antenna converter that you could get that will step it up.
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