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  1. Hello, and welcome to my humble corner of the internet. I run Jeremy's Radio Emporium. In a nutshell, I fuse new technology with old school looks. I modify factory Jeep radios with features such as AUX inputs and colored LED lighting. In addition, I also repair radios and supply parts. My operation is completely unique, and I am the only person to support the original radios for our trucks in any meaningful way. Who are you? I'm nobody special. In my free time I mess around with Jeeps and electronics, among other things. I enjoy messing with old technology, and doing things other people say aren't possible. Why should I spend money on an old radio like these, when new aftermarket radios are so cheap? Do you care about an original, sedate look? Do you want your truck's radio to be invisible to thieves? Other than for security reasons, many Jeep owners do not like the garish, ultramodern look of most aftermarket radios and want something a little more sedate. However, most of us want to listen to something other than FM radio or cassette tapes from time to time. With my services, you can have your cake and eat it too! In addition, you can be sure that your radio has been serviced properly in a clean, up-to-date facility by someone who knows these units inside and out. Will my 25 year old radio last a long time once I've bought it? Absolutely. All radios that pass through my hands are thoroughly inspected, and repaired to full function. These radios were made with extremely high quality components, and are built like tanks. My modifications are made with parts of only the highest quality, and no detail is spared. In fact, I'm confident enough in the quality of my products that all come with a 30-day full warranty, as well as an additional five months of coverage on certain components. I put my name on every product that leaves my shop, and I do not take that lightly. I refuse to compromise quality in any way. It's perfectly reasonable to expect my products to last for the life of your vehicle. I heard the factory radios suck! Many customers who have purchased my radios have told me that my radios sound far better than the aftermarket radios that replace them. These radios are built to a considerably higher standard of quality than aftermarket units. The original manufacturers used top of the line components, and I'm no different. My parts lists include components from Molex, TE Connectivity, Neutrik, and other industry leaders. Do you sell "do-it-yourself" kits? I sell a DIY Auxiliary Input Kit for the RX-171, RX-172, and RX-173 Jeep cassette decks, the AUX-C1. Other than that, I do not sell any other DIY kits. Will you sell a radio that has not been modified? Maybe, if you ask very nicely. Will you take a trade-in? I will give credit for trade-ins of Jeep or AMC factory radios at my discretion. I will not give any credit for an aftermarket radio. Can you make a chart of the services you offer? Ok. When should I expect to have my radio in my hands? For in-stock, ready made radios, expect your shipment within 3-5 business days. For custom orders, depending on the specifics of your request, expect your radio within 2-4 weeks. What can I buy right now that's ready made and good to go? Currently, nothing. I build most of my stock to order, but you can place an order at any time. How do I place an order? - Use the "Contact" form on the website. - If you're a member on Comanche Club, send me a private message through the forum PM system. I don't - E-mail me at the address listed on the website and on this page. - Message the Jeremy's Radio Emporium Facebook page. A link to it is in my signature, and on the front page of the website. Catalog Radio Head Units The Original Enhanced Radio Featuring the first auxiliary input to ever be offered for sale on a factory Jeep radio, the Enhanced Radio is the product that started it all. The Enhanced Radio is available in two series, depending on your specific needs. Standard Series - one pre-built Chrysler radio (am/fm or tape) with auxiliary input, and new incandescent illumination. Guaranteed condition of A- or better. Built and ready to ship. Lead time: 3-5 business days. I cannot guarantee stock of Standard Series radios. Price: $105 plus shipping. Comes with mounting bracket, wiring harness, and owner's manual. Special Series - Offers all features of the Standard Series, with your choice of optional extras. Available on all Mitsubishi made Chrysler-era radios. Optional Extras: Color LED Panel Illumination - Colored, non-dimmable LED lighting for everything except the display. Colors are blue, white, green, amber, and red. Combinations of colors allowed. $15 Soft-Touch Button Foam - Revised button backing materials to improve the tactile feel of the radio's buttons. $25 Price: $105 plus cost of the options you request, plus shipping. Add an AD-C1 adapter for only $25. Comes with mounting bracket, wiring harness, and owner's manual. Classic Series - Want one of those cool old AMC radios? I can help. Available on the RX-161 and RX-135. Color LED Panel Illumination - Colored, non-dimmable LED lighting for the button panel. Colors are blue, white, green, amber, and red. Combinations of colors allowed. $15 Price: $125 plus cost of the options you request, plus shipping. Add an AD-A1 adapter for only $25. Comes with mounting bracket and owner's manual. Adapters AD-A1 - Chrysler to AMC Harness Adapter Install a 1986-1987 two-connector AMC radio in your 1988-1996 Jeep vehicle. Applications: 1988-1996 Jeep XJ Cherokee 1988-1992 Jeep MJ Comanche 1988-1991 Jeep SJ Grand Wagoneer 1988-1995 Jeep YJ Wrangler 1988-1992 Eagle Premier/Dodge Monaco Got a 1988-1996 Jeep? Want to go old school with an AMC era radio? Introducing the AD-A1 adapter. Install a two-connector AMC era radio into your Chrysler-era vehicle without altering the factory plug. Supports 4 speaker channels and power antenna. Splice-free design for high strength. Genuine OEM connectors for a perfect fit. No extra work required, just plug and play. Wire and connector color may vary. Price: $30 plus shipping alone, or $25 with the purchase or upgrade of any AMC-era radio. Not eligible for ComancheClub membership discount. Comes with warranty booklet. AD-C1 - AMC to Jeep/Eagle Radio Harness Adapter Install a 1988-1996 Jeep/Eagle radio in your 1986-1987 Jeep or AMC vehicle. Applications: 1986-1987 Jeep XJ Cherokee 1986-1987 Jeep MJ Comanche 1986-1987 Jeep SJ Grand Wagoneer 1987 Jeep YJ Wrangler 1986-1987 AMC Eagle 1986-1987 Renault Alliance/Encore/Fuego Want to put an old radio in your slightly older Jeep? I've got you covered. Seamlessly install a newer Jeep radio into your Jeep or AMC vehicle without altering the original plugs. Supports 4 speaker channels and power antenna. Features the same splice-free design and high quality components as all other adapters. Wire and connector color may vary. Price: $30 plus shipping, or $25 with the purchase or upgrade of any Chrysler-era Jeep radio. Not eligible for ComancheClub membership discount. Comes with warranty booklet. Discounts ComancheClub.com Membership - $15 off of any radio's base price, including special orders. Does not apply to adapters, service, or parts. Monthly "Scavenger Hunt" winner - 10% off of the final price of one purchase. What's to Come? RCA Pre-Amp Outputs Mystery Future Innovation: I have a surprise in store. I'm not tellin' yet. Pretty Pictures: Standard Series AM-FM. Standard Series cassette deck (aux cables now shortened to match this picture) Special Series AM-FM, with white LED Illumination. Classic Series RX-161. Note aux jack to left of radio. Special Series AM-FM, with blue LED illumination Ditto, with amber LED illumination Working On Your Radio: I've had a couple of requests to work on members' own radios. Contact me for pricing. Buyer pays all shipping. Radios will be shipped back via USPS medium flat rate box -$13.60. Things I Will Pay You For: Service manuals, 1985-1996 single DIN Jeep radios and radio parts at my discretion. I will not take your old aftermarket radio as a trade. Full warranty text: Initial Defect Warranty: Your radio carries a 30-day full warranty against initial defects in workmanship or function. If your radio is defective in any way during this period, it can be returned for repair at no cost (a prepaid shipping label will be provided), or a full refund. If a defect is found, intent to return for warranty repair or refund must be communicated to Jeremy’s Radio Emporium by the end of the 30-day warranty period. This warranty does not cover physical damage. This warranty lasts for 30 days following the delivery of the item to the buyer's address. 6-Month Limited Warranty: In addition to the above, the following components and functions are covered for five additional calendar months from the date of delivery: - Display and panel illumination - Tone and volume potentiometers - Auxiliary input - Amplifier chips If a radio is returned for repair under the Limited Warranty and the problem is not covered by it, the customer has the option to have the radio returned or have the issue repaired for a discounted service price. Technical Support: Your radio will be supported by Jeremy’s Radio Emporium as long as “Jeremy’s Radio Emporium” continues to exist. Service and shipping charges will apply for repairs after the expiration of the warranty period. All items are professionally packed and will not be frustrating for you to remove from the box. I do not use packing peanuts, 17 layers of tape in random spots in the bubble wrap, or other infuriating packaging. Make sure to check your packaging for ancillary components such as wiring harnesses and owner's manuals! Subscribe to this thread for news on upcoming products, updates to warranty coverage and terms, and "behind the scenes" info! Have a question? Come across this site from Google? I can also be reached at: jeremy at radio-emporium dot com.
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