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Mazda MX-5 Miata, Mazda MAZDASPEED MX-5 Miata, Convertible
#22 of 41 Re: 06 Mazda MX-5 Grand Touring [milkey]
Nov 24, 2007 (8:46 am)
Got the system in both,the MX-5's is a 200 watt system and I think the 3 has a little less power but they sound very comparable,the 3 has more front to rear fade and the MX-5 is mostly front and side, it has a couple small speakers between the seats that don't add a whole lot but they do help, but when the top is down you lose a lot of sound, but with the top up it cranks, I'm assuming there is a big difference between the hardtop over the softop,acoustics and all. I have read mixed posts on the system in the MX-5, some complain about it some like it, all I know is its a lot better than all the systems my past cars came with. I'm happy with it
#23 of 41 Re: 06 Mazda MX-5 Grand Touring [wilzap]
Nov 26, 2007 (10:30 am)
Those are not bad, some even receive weather band.
We had 2 of them, still have 1 actually. 6CD plus tape is nice because it's so flexible, you can use those tape inputs for all sorts of devices.
#24 of 41 Re: 06 Mazda MX-5 Grand Touring [ateixeira]
Nov 26, 2007 (3:49 pm)
The Cassette would be very nice as I have so much material from the old days that I can't get on disc, although a lot of old stuff recently is being released on disc( companys buying out copy rites and such) but I have a lot of old radio recordings of live shows and things of that nature. not worth much to most people but priceless to me....
#25 of 41 Re: 06 Mazda MX-5 Grand Touring [wilzap]
Nov 27, 2007 (10:51 am)
Also if you have books on tape. I'm not sure if the library has gone to CDs yet.
#26 of 41 CD player ate my CD!
Jun 11, 2008 (6:45 am)
2006 Touring with stock CD player. It plays the CD fine, but the ejection system goes 'click-click-click) and the display shows "CD out" when in fact it is still in the player. As there isn't a 'manual eject' the CD is stuck.
I am reading the forums and this appear to be a common issue. Is there any preventative maintenance I can do in the future? I am having the player replaced as it is under warranty, but if it happens again I may opt for a non-stock brand.
Other than that, the car has been great so far.
#27 of 41 Mazda Miata Radio Problem
Jul 09, 2008 (10:24 am)
My 1990 Miata's radio works fine on ACC. It stops as I start the car. (only FM AM is OK)
Anyone ever had that problem?
#28 of 41 Re: Mazda Miata Radio Problem [rmainguy]
Jul 30, 2008 (1:19 pm)
Weird - maybe the battery provides enough juice but the alternator does not?
#29 of 41 Re: Mazda Miata Radio Problem [ateixeira]
Jul 30, 2008 (3:10 pm)
I finally found a bad ground on the antenna.
The radio started working fine but still fails at times.
My next step is to check the ground on the radio unit itself.
#30 of 41 Sirius / XM module
Jan 06, 2009 (2:24 pm)
Hi- Just bought an '06 MX-5 Grand Touring. I noticed that there is a "SAT" button on the radio console. After quizzing the dealer, I was told the car did not have it, but a $350 plug in module could be ordered and it would cost about $100 to install. Does anyone know about these, and can one be obtained elsewhere cheaper? Can a person with avg car mechanic skills install it? I traded in a Protoge which had an after market XM receiver (dash mount). I suppose I could always install it in the Miata, but having the indash unit would look nicer. Thanks!
Feb 28, 2009 (9:38 am)
A service provider connected cables backward and blew out the battery, main fuse and radio/tape player on my 1993 Miata. I found the fuse box under the dash and replaced the fuse for the radio and cigarette lighter. The lighter works, but the radio is still dead. Is there anything else I can try, short of replacing the radio? I was told by Mazda that they no longer make replacement radios for 93s.