Re: [DML] factory radio or aftermarket?
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Re: [DML] factory radio or aftermarket?

Hey VB!

Thanks for the reply. Don't know if you recall, but we sat at the same
table at the DMCH Open House dinner. You were a blast.

Anyway, yes, I agree that my Craig stereo sucks. It almost sucks as
much as the original speakers, lol! Unfortunately, I happen to be a
bit of a nostalgic type, so there is a part of me that would like to
keep it in place if DMCL indeed did put it there. At this point both
Don Steger and James Espey have told me that neither of them have ever
seen this particular Craig with the Craig logo on the head unit and on
the faceplate in a DeLorean before. I can't see why an owner would put
that particular stereo in the car, and not a much better one, yet I'm
having trouble finding evidence that someone associated with DMC put
it in there. I do have a KAPAC car by the way.

Even if I take your advice, which I am considering, and replace the
sound system with something modern, I want to know if this Craig
should go into storage because it's important, or in the trash where
it would otherwise belong.

Dan W.
VIN 16192

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Videobob Moseley" <videobob@xxxx> wrote:
> They did a lot of weird stuff on the 83's, if it was a KAPAC car you
> know.
> This may have been the latest upgrade of the Craig stereo available
on the 
> retail market, and since it was close to the original they put it in
> maybe because they were out of ASI radios,
> or maybe a previous owner found that radio and put it in as a
replacement or 
> to make it look more original. Either way it is crap - pull it out
and put 
> in a decent CD/MP3 player!
> Cassettes, and cassette adapter suck.
> Your only other hope would be to run a RF modulator through the
antenna and 
> then you
> could tap into it that way...but then you still have a low wattage old 
> crackly radio.
> I held on to my original for a long time, when I finally replaced it
with a 
> decent Sony
> head unit (with 10 gig hard drive, MP3 player, etc) I have been a much 
> happier guy.
> Simply save your faceplate and radio and stuff it in the garage, and
buy a 
> pre-cut
> plate from DMCH for a DIN radio and install it.
> You can also get a harness adapter that will allow you to simply
plug into 
> the harness
> with out doing ANY cutting to  your harness what so ever.
> I sell them on my site -
> You will want to run new speaker wires to the NEW speakers you will
want to 
> install
> (at toss thos paper Craig speakers to the curb)!
> Just one man's opinion.
> - VB

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