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Old 18th August 2006, 09:04   #16
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Default NO FM solution for iPod to car

This solution does not use FM transmitter, but wire connection.
(Plug into the CD changer port of the Head Unit). Once it is equipped,
you can choose music of iPod or USB disk from the car stereo's buttons or steering wheel controls.
For example,
1 choose playlist from iPod
2 Select songs by Next or Previous
3 Multi Play mode: Repeat, Random, Scan
4 Charge function



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Old 22nd August 2006, 08:48   #17
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itrip is the best sounding fm transmitter to date for the ipod and supports bother stereo and mono modes.....
But the quality of the sound wil never be anywhere near Aux In.
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Well guys, why people are just thinkin of Ipod & taking special itrip..

have a look at Creative Zen Sleek or Creative Zen M player.. It comes with facility which can be conected to AUX in as well it has got buit in FM Too.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by msprabhakar
Belkin models come with a car power adapter that plugs into your car's 12V outlet.

I also picked up an even simpler device along with this one in KL for about Rs 1,400. This device is made in Taiwan and is called Easy Mp3. Personally, this is my favourite and I use this more often than Belkin. Unfortunately, I couldn't find a link to this product on the Web. Fortunately, I found an image and link of a look-alike product (branded differently). See http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...33257%3A164096


The best part of this device is that it plugs directly into your car's 12V socket, and accepts even USB flash drives! Even greater value!!

THis in theory can then accept USB HDD's aswell ...
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yes it is clearly written on the page.......
dont post multiple post of the same question
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Old 22nd August 2006, 18:24   #21
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maybe someone subscribed to the other 2 threads and not this one so i posted....



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