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Old 08-23-2005, 10:25 PM   #16
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people at circuit city are morons. you dont need a splitter or anything to use both. I bought a starbase and was all ready to use all these extra wires and splitters to get it to work when i opened up the package and noticed that you can just daisy chain the 2 fm mods and the antenna, hooked it all up in about an hour. I also got to see what a lazy and horrible job they did installing my commander in the first place. They work together perfectly, no static whatsoever, even if you use the same frequency, the starbase overrides the commander with no static. It also wirelessly transmits, even though they said it doesnt. I also hooked it up thru the aux for the hell of it and there is no difference whatsoever between the line in and the wired fm mod. the wireless was staticy however.
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