Make and Model: Blaupunkt Frankfurt STEREO (Type 7632)
Classic Car era: 1970 – 1980
Face-plate: Universal 1970s metal chrome faceplate with matte black finish for Alfa Romeo Giulia, Volvo 1800 and other stylish cars of the 1970s. Universal luxury knobs with chrome rings and matte chrome balance lever and mono / stereo switch lever. Will fit cars with the old style radio aperture in the dashboard (hole size 95 x 42 mm / 3,75 x 1,75 inch with two 11 mm / 0,55 inch radio shaft holes at 130 mm / 5,15 inch horizontal distance). If your car has an enlarged 1-DIN aperture of approximately 180 x 50 mm (7,1 x 2 inch), we will fit a 1-DIN mounting bracket behind the faceplate.
On-board voltage: 12V, Negative earth / ground only
Output power: 2 x 5 Watt nominal, 2 x 7 Watt music.
Impedance: 4 Ohm
Rendition: STEREO, 2 (4 Ohm) speakers. NOTE: If you want to connect four speakers then you have to use two 8 Ohm speakers connected parallel + to + and – to -, this makes 4 Ohm. This is important otherwise you will damage the internal amplifier.
Wave Range: long wave, medium wave, short wave, UKW (FM)
Frequency range UKW (FM): 88MHz-104MHz
Equipment: station pre-set buttons, connection for automatic aerial, 2 x DIN connection (1 x stereo and 1 x mono) for optional external devices (in period cassette players) like the Classentials MP3 kit and the Classentials Bluetooth module.
Design type: Transistor radio
Year of build: 1972
Dimensions unit (width x height x depth in mm): 177 x 42 x 125 (radio back to back of face-plate)
Dimensions face-plate (width x height in mm): 190 x 56 (7.5 x 2.2 Inches)
Weight (kg): 1.3
Extra in packaging: Classentials Installation Kit 2 with installation instructions, 12 volt wire with fuse holeder and fuse, spare fuse, 2 DIN speaker plugs, earth / ground cable, extra M10 mounting rings and a rear mounting support (holed metal strip), see pictures.
Installing: Basic car conditions before installation: Radio prepared car with dashboard openings, 12V power lead, analog telescopic antenna, two speakers (doors, parce shelf) with wiring.
Handy customers experienced with working and tinkering on classic cars can install a radio by themselves. All others we strictly advise to have their vintage radio installed by an experienced mechanic / electrician / local garage. Our installation kits contain the parts and instructions needed to install a radio in a factory original prepared car. In case your dashboard aperture / mount has been changed by previous owners over the last 40 -50 years you might need, or have to make, different parts to make the radio fit properly.
*1.5 years (18 months) European / US warranty (See About Us / FAQ). In the rare case that a reliable Blaupunkt transistor radio stops working you send it back to us for immediate exchange (in case a comparable unit is in stock) or repair. The radio is sealed before shipping with a unique numbered security seal which cannot be tampered with. If this seal is damaged / broken the warranty will be void.
Attention: Blaupunkt Frankfurt stereo radios built between 1969 and 1974 feature an additional ‘stereo’ lamp behind the scale-dial. The lamp is supposed to light up when a stereo broadcast is detected. For this the radio needs a perfect antenna and a perfect earth / ground contact of the radio AND the antenna. The ‘detector’ which operates this tiny lamp has in many cases lost its function over the last 40 – 50 years. This can not be repaired because the part is not available. In some radios the ‘detector’ still works, in others it does not. IN THIS RADIO THE DECODER AND THE GREEN STEREO LAMP WORK PERFECTLY. This lamp working or not does NOT affect the proper functionality of the radio in any way. Therefore, functionality of this lamp is excluded from warranty.
“Enjoy the Ride!”