Which radio adapter is needed for Opel Corsa C D E to install the car radio with the car?
Buy the Opel Corsa Radio Adapter for Car Radio at amazon.de
For the Opel Corsa C you need the following adapter, because the Opel Corsa has a CAN bus:
Yes, the Opel Can Bus Radio Apdater is expensive. But without it, the radio won’t turn off properly.
For all newer Opel Corsa from 2005 you need this adapter – the usual cheap Din plugs will not work. You saw for yourself that I used this adapter myself!
Cheaper option for an Opel Can BUS car radio adapter
It can also be a little cheaper.
It also annoyed me – what, so expensive?? … But I wasn’t in the mood for handicrafts. Buy this Can Bus Adapter, and is good with ignition plus… small positive side effect: the radio is only switched off 20 seconds after ignition. You know it from before: engine off, radio dead, somehow annoying – with the Can Bus Adapter the radio is turned off softly. Oh, you’ll understand if you’ve installed it 🙂
Buy useful accessories for Opel Corsa C radio installation – Radio removal / installation
The following Opel Corsa Accessories simplify working:
- Radio cover suitable for Opel – so you have a matching cover, you need the big double din!
- Opel Double-DIN Unlocking Bracket / Hama Unlocking Bracket for Opel
- This radio installation set OPEL (Corsa C,Combo,Omega B,Vectra C,Meriva) is suitable if you have Corsa without Can Bus < year of construction 2005.
Car Hifi recommendation for Opel Corsa
You want some good sound for your Corsa, then here are my favorites!
Good car radio recommendation, good:
- Sony DSX-A400BT Mechaless car radio (Bluetooth, NFC, USB/AUX port, Apple iPod/iPhone Control, speakerphone and integrated microphone) black
– please buy a branded product… your ears thank you and your nerves are spared thanks to good service.
Stop! Radio bezel, please:
- Radio cover OPEL (Corsa C,Combo,Omega B,Vectra C,Meriva), SUZUKI (Ignis,Wagon R), black – yes, without it the double Din shaft looks ugly.
Car loudspeaker up to 80€ recommendation:
- href=”https://blogfeuer.de/jbllautsprecher”rel=”nofollow”>Coax loudspeakers. take coax loudspeakers, then you don’t have to install and hide any oll crossovers and you don’t have to fumble small mini loudspeakers into the mirror triangle (you notice, I don’t stand up fumbled 🙂 – at the car of course). And you won’t notice that much less sound anyway when the bass bangs in the back. I hope so.
Stop! Stop! You still need Opel Corsa for the speakers, built-in frames:
- Loudspeaker rings for Opel models – don’t cost much, but without them the loudspeakers won’t fit properly … For 165 loudspeakers you need the 165 loudspeaker adapter OPEL.
Car amplifier recommendation (And if you want some more fuck:):
- Magnat 4-channel amplifier – with one 4 channel you have everything you need! 2 channels you bridge for the subwoofer and 2 channels you use for the front! And no, you don’t buy 50000 watt cheap brand now, but buy something neat! I listed it extra for you! Magnat’s got what it says on it. There you go. And no iron steam from the 10,000-watt cheap brands.
Subwoofer car recommendation, we want something good:
- Hifonics BX 12 BP subwoofer, I like the Hifonics design! Of course, there are active subwoofers for the car (there’s the amplifier on the subwoofer), there’s nothing like separate Subwoofer and amplifier!
Cable sets Car Hifi, (thicker is better):
- Dietz 20135 cable set based on 35 mm² , yes costs, but you don’t go below 30 mm, otherwise you have too much power loss! 50 mm thick would be ingenious, but you won’t get laid! 20 mm would be fine, you savers, but don’t go any smaller, promise me! But bought 10mm? Keep it to yourself!
Good loudspeaker cable (1.5mm cable is sufficient for front speakers – believe me, 2.5mm cables don’t bring anything more at the front, except more annoying laying):
phew… that was my mini-list for good Opel Corsa Car Hifi Sound now!
Which books about Opel Corsa can I recommend?
You want to screw, but right? I bought my own Opel Corsa C book for repair Favorit, which I can recommend:
- href=”http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/3768815609/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=blogfuelbywor-footer-21&linkCode=as2&camp=1638&creative=19454&creativeASIN=3768815609″rel=”nofollow”>This is how it’s done. Care – wait – repair: Opel Corsa C Opel Meriva from 9/00: BD 131 – explains almost every detail that can be repaired. Even if you may not repair it yourself, I can recommend this book as it gives a good overview of how your Corsa works!
For Opel Corsa D:
- That’s how it’s done. Care – wait – repair: This is how it’s done: Opel Corsa D from 10/06: Care – Wait – Repair: Volume 145: Care – Wait – Repair. With circuit diagrams