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About mpaul

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  1. I have a 2012 TC radio with the USB input. Reception was decent for years but recently has diminished to the point of I don't really get any AM stations and only a few FM stations intermittently. (I'm in a NYC suburb where I should get the 50kw AMs and two-3 dozen FM stations at least). My thought was that the antenna had become disconnectd from the radio, but I just did the work to pull the unit out and the antenna is connected solidly. I don't know how to check the other end for connectivity or something broken between the antenna and cable. Or do I just conclude the radio has died, and go for an aftermarket. But afraid I will lose the AUX and sync functionality....does any aftermarket radio allow you to keep that functionality?