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Switch on the converter and tune the AM car radio until you find the converter's frequency. Then use the converter's tuning knob to find an FM station. Switch off the converter and tune the radio normally to hear AM stations. Some converters have an AM/FM button and allow you to . With the Cuthbert FM to AM Converter it is easy to wirelessly feed the audio from an FM station or an Auxiliary source into your vintage AM-only radios. This unit is designed to be highly portable so you can bring it along in the car or use it with your console or portable .

Russia has a different FM band. In fact we have both - "old" (OIRT) band - 65-75MHz, and "new" - 88-108. Both have a lot of stations, at least in Moscow. how to get the Russian band on radios made for FM for different parts of the world. Every time I read these questions, there is never a simple answer -. IIRC, FM converters existed for car radios "back when". Do devices to convert an old AM or FM1 radio to modern FM exist? Do they work? I've several good tube consoles the would liikely play the modern FM music well but where to go to get one of these devices, should they exist?