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Old 03-22-2005, 06:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently bought a Delphi xFM radio and want to hardwire it into the factory CD/radio of my '01 325i.

The Delphi xFM has the ability to xmit on specific FM frequencies into the radio, But when I travel across multiple cities, I have to constantly change stations to find a free frequency. ... a big PITA.

Any suggestions? Has anyone added xFM to their stock factory radio ....
or do I need to buy a new audio system?
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Originally posted by Louisville325i@Mar 22 2005, 06:40 PM
I recently bought a Delphi xFM radio and want to hardwire it into the factory CD/radio of my '01 325i.

The Delphi xFM has the ability to xmit on specific FM frequencies into the radio, But when I travel across multiple cities, I have to constantly change stations to find a free frequency. ... a big PITA.

Any suggestions? Has anyone added xFM to their stock factory radio ....
or do I need to buy a new audio system?
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Of course mot. I dont know your specific situation but there are CD changer interfaces that come with RCA connectors. This gives you direct access to your audio system. I run a DVD directly into mine and the sound quality is 10X better than an FM mod. If you popped a CD into the DVD player you couldnt tell the diff in the factory system.
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