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Guntar (Doug)

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Radio for 3340  
  Started at Wed Aug 27 20:14:50 2008
My tractor has a cab and no factory radio. I do have an old fender radio rigged. I would love to put a factory or equal radio in. Does anybody have any suggestions? I would like one placed up where it would have been placed. This will keep it out of the way and make it last longer. I can mount speakers somewhere.

Winter is coming and living in Vermont USA, I spend a lot of time in my tractor due to snow and feeding cattle.


Zetor 3340, Loader/ Cab
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Tom's Zetor Crystal 8011..just chugging along!

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Re: Radio for 3340  
  Reply #1 Posted at Mon Sep 1 10:09:23 2008
I'd buy a radio/CD/MP3 player from my local auto parts store. You get a good one for 100 euro or $150.

I'd also buy a wireless unit to connect your MP3 player or iPod to the radio by tuning it in to a unused frequency.

Compact 4-Channel FM Transmitter for Cars (3.5mm Audio Jack / Colour - Black)

4 Channel Auto FM Transmitter is a great plug & play way to send audio from a portable device to your car stereo with wireless ease, convenience and clarity. The FM Transmitter is designed to work with any portable audio device. Listen to your favourite CD, DVD, MP3 player, iPod or PDA

- Audio input connector: 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo plug
- Power: 12V/24V cigarette lighter
- Indicator: Power on status LED indicator
- Modulation: FM Stereo
- 4 Frequencies: 88.10, 88.3, 88.5, 88.7 MHz
- Frequency response: 50 Hz to 15 KHz
- Operating range: 15 metres (appx)

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