My son fitted one to his Freelander and it worked very well. Quite discreet fitting too.Pure used to do a stand alone DAB unit that would either connect to the car radio by a stereo coax lead 3.5mm jack on both ends, or it would radiate on a selected FM frequency (say below 88MHz so no interference.) I don't think they are made any more but something similar it is a thought.
Yep another Radio 3 Popmaster fan. Not a Vine fan though! Never knew that Ken Bruce was leaving? Terry Wogan was one of the best!I have decided to keep the fm in the caravan,I have bought a Pure dab radio,it has dab+ fm,internet radio and Bluetooth,it can be powerred by mains,usb and battery.it has an alarm,sleep timer and date and time showing when not in use.can be connected to van radio aux in by 3.5mm lead if necessary.gets more than enough stations.
I listen to radio 2 95% of the time.
Ken Bruce leaving in March so need dab for Popmaster
Thanks everyone for your input
Probably not suitable as it is designed to be fitted under cupboards above a work surface and has a downward facing speaker. It may also not be 12V operated: if it is 12V and the OP is want to use it on a 12V supply there will be a need for a 12V cable with a suitable connector which someone will have to make up as they cannot be bought ready made.