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Old 04-06-2004, 02:33 PM   #1
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Default BMW replacement radio

Yeah, so i realize this is way off-topic, so dont get your collective panties in a bunch... I need to find either an OE cassette unit or a good, easy to install aftermarket unit, single DIN, for a 1990 325ix.

any BMW ppl out there?

thanks for your help!

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Old 04-06-2004, 02:44 PM   #2
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There is a nice BMW shop on 17th south and like Main street or close to it in SLC. Don't know the name of it but there is always a full range of BMW's in there from old to new.

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Old 04-06-2004, 08:12 PM   #3
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If you have one of the single DIN beamer radios consider yourself lucky. If you can dig up a proper harness and get creative with some of the mounting bracketry behind the dash it will go right in. If you have one of BMW's goofy radios that is slightly taller than a DIN slot and like 1.5 times as wide, find an OEM or a good custom shop. Oh yeah, one more thing to check is the impedance of your speakers, some OEM beamer systems use really wierd super high or super low impedances and they won't work with an aftermarket deck so you'd have to change out all the speakers in the car too. Assuming you didn't get one of the wierd systems any aftermarket radio out there should be able to be dropped in in less than a half hour if you know what you are doing, less than 2 hours if you putz along.

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