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  • Bluetooth Car Kits: Parrot vs GROM vs Dension

    At Cushie Audio we’ve spoken to thousands of customers who have invested in Bluetooth car kits, many of who have used Parrot Bluetooth products before switching to another brand like GROM or Dension. We decided to look further into the differences between the products, to give consumers a better idea of what suits their car …

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  • How To Add Bluetooth To A Mazda 6

    Here we fit a BT3 in an earlier one. Mazda 6 between 2003 and 05 often need a mod done, this one didn’t! Stream your music, and calls in no time! The Mazda 6 has been in production since 2002, replacing the Mazda 626, and is one of Australia’s most popular cars. It wasn’t until …

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  • Car DAB+ adapter

    How to add DAB+ Digital Radio to your car

    DAB+ is the most widely adopted digital radio standard across the world, and is on-air in more than 40 countries. The DAB+ Digital Radio rollout is well underway in Australia, with coverage in five metropolitan capital cities – Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Trials are underway in Canberra and Darwin. With DAB+ in Australia …

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  • Bluetooth FM Transmitter vs Integrated Car Adapter Kit

    If you want to be able to jam out to your tunes and make calls over your car’s speakers without completely replacing the head unit on your older car, your options for adding modern connectivity are limited to two options: FM transmitters, or a bluetooth car kit. We get a lot of questions from people asking about …

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  • What is the difference between an FM transmitter and an FM modulator?

    Simply put, an FM transmitter sends your music signal over the airwaves, while an FM modulator injects your music signal directly into your car radio. They both work by sending FM frequencies similar to radio broadcasts, which is then picked up by your car stereo antenna. FM Transmitters transmit the frequencies wirelessly and FM Modulators …

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  • How do I know if my BMW has DSP?

    The BMW compatibility says that it supports “Non DSP only”. How do I know if my car has DSP or not? Grom has a page on DSP as they’ll have you covered DSP stands for Digital Signal Processing and is used to enhance sound quality. Dension products will only support cars that do not have DSP but …

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  • Subaru McIntosh Radio Identification

    It can be difficult to identify certains radios in vehicles as often times the radio model number is not displayed but just the brand name. This makes it hard then to know which car kit is compatible with your particular radio. This blog post is primarily for Subaru owners with McIntosh radios. They are infamously difficult …

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