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Author Topic: How best to install Bluetooth receiver on Rowe AMI JukeBox  (Read 380 times)

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How best to install Bluetooth receiver on Rowe AMI JukeBox
« on: March 10, 2020, 07:38:21 pm »

I trying to figure out how easy (or how difficult) it is to add a Bluetooth Receiver to one of my Jukeboxes.

I currently have both an R-86 and an R-92.

I know its possible as I've seen several YouTube videos with people who have added streaming capability but no one actually explains how.

I also understand that with a typical home stereo receiver/amplifier I can simply connect to an Aux or Phono or Tape RCA connection and bingo  - but with the Jukeboxes there does not appear to be any input ports at all. Someone I was chatting with online advised me to ask you guys if there is a "line level input spare" on the Rowe amp. I'm not exactly sure what that is.....but I'm betting you will. Thanks for any any advice.
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