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Portable bluetooth speaker for my car

On 5/25/2019 at 6:47 AM, glitchmaster0001 said:

Thanks for the suggestion! I did end up getting the Flip 4 and man is that thing loud! the sound is really clear and crisp too! A bit pricey but well worth it in my opinion, I don't want to hack up an original working radio in my car so this was the best option in the end. 

Awesome, glad I could help!

I'm really impressed with the sound of the speaker too, good to see someone that wants to have their classic car look authentic :) 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Does anyone have any suggestions on what portable bluetooth speaker that is loud enough to be used to play music in a car? I have a 1965 Ford Mustang that still has the original radio that i dont want to replace, but I want to be able to play and listen to my music while driving it. Preferably something small enough to fit in a cupholder, but be loud enough so i can hear the music over the wind and engine noise while driving. Thanks


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The all American horse orchestra under the hood should be more than enough music for you. But there's this. I don't know how loud it will be compared to your freedom machine though.

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33 minutes ago, TempestCatto said:

The all American horse orchestra under the hood should be more than enough music for you. But there's this. I don't know how loud it will be compared to your freedom machine though.

thanks for the suggestion, ill check it out!


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I found myself in the same exact scenario not too long ago. I own a '70 Volkswagen Beetle and I wanted to listen to my own tunes without altering my car's originality. I decided on a JBL Flip 4 that fits perfectly in my cup holder/picnick basket. When not in use, I store it in my glovebox so my interior still looks authentic :) 

 

I'm not too sure how loud your car gets, but the Flip is loud enough to overpower my thumping 'sewing machine'.


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On 5/23/2019 at 2:19 AM, Wauthar said:

I found myself in the same exact scenario not too long ago. I own a '70 Volkswagen Beetle and I wanted to listen to my own tunes without altering my car's originality. I decided on a JBL Flip 4 that fits perfectly in my cup holder/picnick basket. When not in use, I store it in my glovebox so my interior still looks authentic :) 

 

I'm not too sure how loud your car gets, but the Flip is loud enough to overpower my thumping 'sewing machine'.

Thanks for the suggestion! I did end up getting the Flip 4 and man is that thing loud! the sound is really clear and crisp too! A bit pricey but well worth it in my opinion, I don't want to hack up an original working radio in my car so this was the best option in the end. 


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On 5/25/2019 at 6:47 AM, glitchmaster0001 said:

Thanks for the suggestion! I did end up getting the Flip 4 and man is that thing loud! the sound is really clear and crisp too! A bit pricey but well worth it in my opinion, I don't want to hack up an original working radio in my car so this was the best option in the end. 

Awesome, glad I could help!

I'm really impressed with the sound of the speaker too, good to see someone that wants to have their classic car look authentic :) 


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On 5/25/2019 at 1:43 PM, Pyramiden said:

Does such a car have a 12 volts sigarette lighter? You could use an FM transmitter in combination with the original radio.

It does, but I only have a single 55 year old paper speaker in the middle of the dash in it and the radio is AM only. 


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