ELECTRO - TECH, INC.
New 180 Watt PLL AM/FM Stereo Conversion
Keep that original look - Replace that old sound!
Have your original factory radio converted to AM/FM Stereo with an audio output power of 45 watts per channel x 4 channels - 180 watts total. The new Aurora Design conversion board uses Phase Lock Loop technology to keep you locked on station and a more powerful 4 channel audio amplifier. This new board will bring your original radio up to state of the art performance.
1968 Mopar Radio
AM/FM conversion with analog Aux input - two RCA jacks on the right side of the radio.
1965 Cadillac Wonderbar Bluetooth/USB
AM/FM Wonderbar Conversion with Analog Aux input, USB and Bluetooth
1965 Ford Mustang
This radio started life as an Ford Factory AM radio. It was converted to AM/FM Stereo with aux inputs. This customer requested that we relabel the dial face with both the AM and FM dial markings. This can be done on many radios that have the dial numbers printed on a metal panel behind the dial glass. Dial markings moulded into the plastic lens or etched on the glass dial cannot be altered. If you look carefully, you can see the small status LED indicator installed between the 108 and 16 on the far right hand side of the dial. (See 1966 Chevy radio for description of the status LED)
1935 Ford Radio
This 1935 Ford radio was converted using only the original control head. A new smaller enclosure for the electronics was fabricated for the AM/FM conversion electronics. The flexible mechanical cables are removed from the control head and the volume and tuning controls are mounted directly behind the head with electrical cables running to the new radio. This allows for greater flexiblity in locating the radio tuner/amplifier box in the vehicle. Converting the original control head using this method keeps the original tube AM radio intact and can be swapped back into the car should the customer decide to return the car to pure stock operation. We have found this to be the best solution as the old 1930's and 40's radios are becoming very scarce.
Delco 1966 Chevrolet AM Radio
This Chevy radio has been converted to AM/FM Stereo with the Bluetooth/USB/Aux input option. The only change to the face is a small LED just past the 16 behind the radio dial on the above radio. This LED lights orange for FM, red for AM, green for Aux input, and blinking green when in USB pause mode. A seperate small blue LED for the Bluetooth status is installed next to the radio mode status LED. On many of the radios, as you can (can't) see, the LED's do not show when the radio is off.
We start the process by removing the old AM radio electronics from the case.
Typical 1964-1972 Delco AM radio Circuit board.
The old mechanical tuner unit is cleaned, adjusted and lubricated.
The new electronics are installed in the original case.
The visible radio cosmetics are cleaned and polished and the dial pointers are painted. Dial lens numbering is refreshed when possible. We make your radio look as good as we can depending on the condition of the original radio. (Rechoming and replacement reproduction parts availale at extra cost for some radios). The face plate and dial remain unchanged. Only the insides change - and of course the sound quality. Our conversion radios carry a full 1 year parts and labor warranty. All radios include full operation and installatioin instruction booklet(s). (Available for download below).
Basic conversion for 12 volt operation starting as low as $385.00 for push button
radios 1956 and later. Call for pricing on 1955 and earlier radios.
Wonderbar / Town & Country / Signal Seeking radios starting at $475
Auxialry input kit for CD Satellite radio, iPod, MP3, Tape, etc. - Add $25.00 each.
USB 2.0 Port for flashdrives/USB devices, 500 millamps max - Add $125.00
Bluetooth/USB/AUX Connectivity hands free phone and music streaming - Add $225.00
(Bluetooth addon includes USB port and wired analog input)
For 6-8 volt operation Neg or Pos ground or 12 volt Pos ground - add $125.00
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