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Date: Sun, 07 Nov 2004 11:33:41 +0000
From: ffflick <bollocksnospamcom>
Subject: Re: Ipod


On 26 Oct 2004 14:21:33 GMT, Dave Hinz <DaveHinznospamcop.net> wrote: >On Mon, 25 Oct 2004 21:14:39 GMT, Templenoe <jimdwyerNOSPAMnospamom.net> wrote: >> Hello, >> >> I have a 99 9-3s with the integrated radio CD headunit. I am thinking about >> getting an ipod but am wondering if its possible to link it directly to the >> headunit without using an FM transmitter. It can be done with Alpine >> headunits via a special cable but has anyone done this with a Saab headunit. >> I don't really want to replace the saab headunit >> at all but fancy bringing all my music with me in the car. Thx for any >> advice > >Well, the iTrip is an FM transmitter, and works well from all I've >heard about it. Gets it's power from the iPod. I'm curious why you >want to avoid using FM? Unless you're using your sound system while >the car is still, any noise from the FM transmitter will be masked by >road, wind, and engine noise anyway... > >Dave Hinz Well, it's illegal for a start. Probably because it trashes the FM reception in surrounding cars? Mailto: agentmailnospam.demon - dot - co dot- uk

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