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      1987 MA71 R154 Pearl White, Blue Velour
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      And I use this for my Bluetooth adapter

       
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      Yep, diversity antenna. My epiphany came last year when i realized that I might listen to 1 AM station, and zero FM stations, as well as I really don't have any cassettes running around anymore. (My god Jim, what year is it?)

      Add to that, the SoCal area, the FM frequency stream is saturated so its very difficult to find a setting that doesn't get some kind of radio reception, making sound spotty.

      So, to fix that, I just disconnected my antennas completely. This solved the cross-broadcast problem because without the antennas the BT/FM plug was more than powerful enough to override.

      At that point, I found the best open FM dial i could. For me, 91.1.

      Now, i stream from my phone, and with "radio" stream stations, I never looked back.

      In the end though, after all these work arounds, I got to keep my factory radio, which was the goal :)

       
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      1987 MA71 R154 Pearl White, Blue Velour
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      Awesome, you're on your way!

      Also, one last piece I forgot. I use this BT to RF adapter to both power my Note 8 and stream music to the car.


      Since I live in the L.A. area, its hard to find a frequency without drift. I disconnected my antennas at the head unit. Now I listen to a nice solid signal at FM 91.1

      "Do you drift in your Supra? Yeah man, at many different frequencies" :ROFLMAO:
       
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