Radio offers phone option

A new AM/FM CD player with front-panel auxiliary input jack offers drivers a hands-free way to answer cell phone calls. The device is being offered by TRP Aftermarket Parts. The TRP radio contains part components tested to higher standards than those used in standard radios and speakers, said Everett Seymoure, TRP global manager. Using Bluetooth technology, drivers can synch their phones to the audio

A new AM/FM CD player with front-panel auxiliary input jack offers drivers a hands-free way to answer cell phone calls. The device is being offered by TRP Aftermarket Parts.

“The TRP radio contains part components tested to higher standards than those used in standard radios and speakers,” said Everett Seymoure, TRP global manager.

Using Bluetooth technology, drivers can synch their phones to the audio system and speak through a built-in microphone. The radio also offers a continuous stream of weather information through a built-in weather band while coaxial speakers offer crystal-clear sound, TRP said.

The radio includes a one-year unlimited mileage warranty.
www.trpparts.com

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