Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2006 18:59:42 +0000
From: Colin Stamp <col.dustbinnospamp.plus.com>
Subject: Re: Dumping my CD changer and Adapt and Ipod?


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.

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