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 Becker Mexico Cassette AUX input Upgrade by Ken Tyler for W116 : Mercedes-Benz S-Class – 280S, 280SE, 280SEL, 300SD, 350SE, 350SEL, 450SE, 450SEL & 450SEL 6.9

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/09/16

A modification to fit a 3.5 mm stereo socket to the front face of a Becker Mexico Cassette to allow use of mp3 players and the like but still retaining AM/FM radio and cassette functions.

Source: W116 : Mercedes-Benz S-Class – 280S, 280SE, 280SEL, 300SD, 350SE, 350SEL, 450SE, 450SEL & 450SEL 6.9

Interesting…

We’ve such a receiver in our classic car (see 1970 Becker Mexico AM-FM Cassette Car Radio showing operation & sound – YouTube « The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of stuff).

It would be a great way to add AUX to it, but I’d rather not modify the front-panel. Since the 450SEL69 has plenty of room, I will try to see if the above instructions can make the cable external so the AUX connector will be either near the arm rest or the glove compartment.

–jeroen

 

2 Responses to “ Becker Mexico Cassette AUX input Upgrade by Ken Tyler for W116 : Mercedes-Benz S-Class – 280S, 280SE, 280SEL, 300SD, 350SE, 350SEL, 450SE, 450SEL & 450SEL 6.9”

  1. My father (RIP) had this radio in his 1970 Mercedes Benz 280SE.

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