Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2006 19:02:57 GMT From: "Nasty Bob" <speedypancakenospamail.com> Subject: Re: Dumping my CD changer and Adapt and Ipod?
"Colin Stamp" <col.dustbinnospamp.plus.com> wrote in message news:4m3ts198iom474fmt32nv2bgq2nspetr3jnospamcom... > On Wed, 18 Jan 2006 18:27:20 GMT, "Nasty Bob" > <speedypancakenospamail.com> wrote: > > > > >"Bob" <uctraingnospamanet.com> wrote in message > >news:7gvss1h8s9522hthlr6e2i6ae9qactrmrsnospamcom... > >> OK.... I need to fix my '97 900 "lost the CD problem" for the 20th and > >> I think it's time to try a new changer. But, for not much more than > >> the cost of a replacement changer, I can buy an Ipod and get much more > >> utility out of it both in and out of the car. > >> > >> So... question... has anyone blazed this trail yet - hooking up the > >> Ipod to the in car system ? I know I can find wiring diagrams and I am > >> not too concerned about the details there ... just looking for > >> strategies and experience. > >> > >> Thanks, > > > >A neat solution is to fit an RF transmitter unit to your IPOD and tune your > >car radio to your own personal radio station! Personally I'd recommend a > >modern head unit / amp / CD player that will play mp3 discs. You can fit > >8-10 albums on one CD if you're not ultra fussy about quality etc. Works > >well for me ;) > > > > Or if 8-10 albums isn't enough, there's a few MP3 DVD players out now. > You have to be careful about the specs though, there's loads of DVD > players that will play MP3s, but only from CDs. > > What I really want for my car though, is a hard disc MP3 player, so I > can have my whole collection in there. The trouble is, the marketing > men have decided the only solution for that is to tape an iPod to the > dash. Whatever happened to Dension? > > Cheers, > > Colin. Dension??