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Just $24.95 at MossMiata.com!

Miatas are simple, sleek machines. If you’re tired of looking at the tall stalk antenna on your Miata, or have removed your antenna completely for the aesthetics and lost FM radio signals, we’ve got a solution for you. Our friends at RetroSound have developed this Hide-Away antenna so you can have reception without looking at an actual antenna! Using active magnetic field circuitry for enhanced radio reception, you can mount this antenna behind your dash near the stereo or inside the trunk if that’s more convenient. Antenna comes with a 105-inch antenna cable and power lead, and installs to a standard Motorola antenna plug and your radio’s power antenna lead. Small box is 4”W x 1”H x 1”D.

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I think a Miata would look sleek with the antenna deleted. I'm considering doing it on mine, but it may be awhile. I'd like to get the car repainted and that would be a perfect time for some minor body work to fill the hole.
 

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Has anyone bought this, tested out the quality, etc? Does it still give adequate radio reception? Saw a lot of people saying "I'm going to buy it!" and not a lot of people saying whether or not it worked.

It'd be great if someone has gone on a road trip and has experienced reception/distance compared to previous set-ups (standard mast antennae, stubby antennae, etc), but that might be wishful thinking...
 

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Has anyone bought this, tested out the quality, etc? Does it still give adequate radio reception? Saw a lot of people saying "I'm going to buy it!" and not a lot of people saying whether or not it worked.

It'd be great if someone has gone on a road trip and has experienced reception/distance compared to previous set-ups (standard mast antennae, stubby antennae, etc), but that might be wishful thinking...
I'm interested in any reviews as well.
 
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