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Topic # 192143 28-Feb-2016 22:15
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Can anyone help identify the type of antenna socket here?

 

 

 

 

First thought was Pal, but nah.

 

 

 

Its approx 10mm outer diameter. And only the centre hole is used, not sure if the 2 rectangle holes are functional.

 

 


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  Reply # 1501109 29-Feb-2016 05:33
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maybe say what its on the back of?




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  Reply # 1501119 29-Feb-2016 07:00
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That's a car stereo


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  Reply # 1501120 29-Feb-2016 07:11
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Is that a standard Ford factory car stereo by any chance? 

 

Looks like a standard European DIN antenna socket. If you've got an aftermarket car stereo you're trying to install and you should grab something like this: https://adapterwarehouse.com.au/din-to-iso-european-car-antenna-adapter.html




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  Reply # 1501123 29-Feb-2016 07:23
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 Thanks, Yes, its from a Ford. That adaptor looks good but I want to connect the existing antenna to an sma(f) socket.

 

 

 

Replacing stereo with tablet, using this to keep radio. (dont want to stream)

 

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0129EBDS2/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=sl1&tag=rsv0f-20&linkId=9806dfa291f74f7cdb49e2cfbe3d34eb

 

 

 

 


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