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Celsus DAB1001 Wireless DAB Interface with Active Glass Mount Antenna

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  • Upgrade your existing in-car FM-RDS radio system to receive DAB/DAB+/ digital radio services
  • Wireless connection to original radio
  • Advanced high performance Active internal glass mount antenna with 4m extension
  • Patented AFC technology allows you to continuously listen to your favourite channels without the need to change the FM frequency
  • The interface is a "hide-away" box that can be located in the glove box or behind the dashboard
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Technical Details
BrandCelsus
ModelDAB1001
Item Weight200 g
Product Dimensions11 x 8.5 x 2.5 cm
Item model numberDAB1001
Manufacturer Part NumberDAB1001
Cover IncludedDAB1001 interface, Rotary Knob Remote Control, Remote Battery, Accessory Socket Power Lead, Powered DAB Antenna, Full Installation Guide, Quick User Guide
Special FeaturesDABmotion also includes a 3.5mm aux in socket so portable devices can also be played through the cars stereo
Item Weight200 grams
Voltage12 volts
  
Additional Information
ASINB00E4ILMCO
Best Sellers Rank 1,368 in Car & Motorbike (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
Date First Available24 July 2013
  
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DABmotion is the in car Digital Radio upgrade, bringing DAB/DAB+ services to your existing in-car FM-RDS radio system. The interface is a "hide-away" box that can be located in the glove box or behind the dashboard. It does not connect to the vehicle CAN Bus electronics system, only a +12v (switched) & GND are required. Complete control is achieved through the remote and display on the original car head-unit. Connection to the original radio is all achieved wirelessly. Up to 12 favourite stations can be stored as programmable preset's. A high performance, active internal glass mount antenna with 4m extension is included. It can all be powered from the 12v cigarette adaptor (or alternatively hard wired if preferred). There is even a 3.5mm aux in port to allow any Mp3 or other portable media player to play through the cars stereo.


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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 3 Oct 2013
I live near Geneva and recently our English speaking radio station was forced off the FM band onto DAB+. So there was suddenly a very large number of car owners looking for DAB+ conversion kits. You can check out the recommendations on worldradio.ch . I have installed a DabMotion device in my car, I live quite a way out from Geneva (30Km), and this device works brilliantly. I was afraid at first that re-transmission over FM would be a problem in Geneva where the FM band is very crowded with stations very close together. I am very happy to say that this is not a problem, the DabMotion has a very powerful FM transmitter with automatic frequency shifting and there is no issue on this score, it works perfectly. Not only that, but the quality is much better than when receiving FM stations in the usual way, I now listen to classical music in the car and the sound quality is much better - DAB+ is a great standard. The DabMotion has a powered antenna and is able to display signal strength on your FM radio display, even 30Km away from Geneva the signal strength is 90% ! The device comes with a small wireless remote control unit that is easy and intuitive to use. I stuck it on my dashboard with the Velcro sticky pad provided. The other big plus with the DabMotion is the way it uses your car radio display to display not only the station and transmitted texts but also it uses the radio display to show status and DabMotion control commands when setting up. For example it displays signal strength this way on command. All in all a brilliant and well designed device.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jacko on 27 Nov 2013
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The integrated radio in my car has always had terrible reception and could only reliably get Radio 2. I was looking for something to boost the signal or allow DAB reception, but wanted to avoid having lots of wires and plastic bits stuck inside the car and on the windscreen.

This DABMotion is, quite literally, BRILLIANT!

It’s a small box (about the size of two cigarette packets) with an aerial input (aerial supplied), a cigarette lighter power lead and a small wireless controller. You’re supposed to stick the aerial to the windscreen, but I just chucked the whole lot in the boot, plugged in, tuned the car radio to the FM frequency stated in the manual, and it just works. I now have crystal clear digital radio reception with no wires, just a small, well-made wireless controller to change station and access the menu for the box sat in the boot.

It works by re-transmitting the digital DAB signal on an FM frequency that you tune your radio to. The RDS display on your existing radio then shows the station, song title and other radio text (if you want, or you can turn it off), just the same as a DAB radio.

A truly marvellous bit of kit that I can’t recommend enough – and it’s British!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Hankinson on 31 Mar 2014
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Having read the reviews on this product convinced me to buy and I must say at first I was not disappointed. Within minutes of taking it out of the box it and connecting it up it was working without having to read the instructions first. The aerial was just fixed loosely and the reception was faultless. However the glass mount aerial is very flimsy and after one use I lost reception altogether to find that the aerial had fractured where it entered the body that sticks to the glass. Am considering a different aerial but it adds to the cost then but at this moment in time it does not work.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Gerdsooz on 27 Jun 2014
The problem with this gadget isn't so much its functionality but how it is installed and where it is ultimately used i.e. built up urban areas, remote countryside, etc. If you don't mind trailing wires (from the antenna and the plug-in power cable) all over the place then, depending on your car, it could, literally, be a five minute job! However, in order to install this DAB receiver sensibly (i.e. somewhere out-of-sight and yet secure and conveniently located for the connection of the power cable AND the antenna) it might prove to be a nightmare. The instructions are adequate but ONLY if your setup is a simple one. For example the suggestion is to place the main unit (which is half the size of a thin paperback) in the glovebox. This means that wires will have to be routed behind the glovebox. In my Peugeot 3008 that simply is not possible as all the car electrics are placed behind the glovebox! It is suggested that when attached to the left hand side of the front windscreen, the cable from the antenna be routed behind the pillar. Again many cars have airbags and other components that might not make this feasible. Pulling bits of your car out to hide wires is not always easy and may simply not be possible at all. Even the stick-on antenna (which, by the way, is perfectly adequate for the purpose and gives me 100% signal strength for several DAB stations in Hampshire) can be a nightmare. I ended up sticking it on my rear windscreen with a dangling wire down to the boot where I have a 12V socket for the main unit. Remember hatchback and estate cars have no easy conduit from the glass window to the boot where you might place the main unit.Read more ›
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