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Old 06-12-2004, 11:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all,

used I was looking for a bit of help around repacing the H/U in a 2001 330ci sport auto.

I have recently purchased the car and am very impressed, all except for the H/U, and with this in mind decided to install my Blaupunkt DAB radio.
Before attempting to install the H/U, I checked the connections (For a converter) and found what looked like a DAB Aerial, following a chat with a BMW main dealer, it was confirmed as installed as standard.

I spent a couple of hours today attempting to get the system working, but have not been able to get a DAB signal through the aerial.

Does any know;

1) If the DAB aerial fitted as Std, is only an extension cable, which requires something added to the end?
1.1) If so does anyone know where it is located?
2) I am also intent on installing my amp, are there any suggested paths for running the RCA cables?
2.1) As before, please advise if known.
3) The ISO converter I purchased via "Auto-leads" takes up loads of room behind the stereo, are there any quick wins that can be used to make the insertion of the H/U easier?

Thanking you in advance.
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