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Old 03-31-2012, 09:40 PM
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Wiring an auxilliary plug for mp3 player/sat radio

I dont want to replace my stock stereo, but, run XM and would like to plug in my smartphone thru the headphone out jack on the smartphone into the stereo without using the lame casette input, has anyone wired this?

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Old 04-01-2012, 06:30 AM
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There is a company called 1factoryradio.com that sells factory radios with a aux Jack wired in. I'm looking at getting one in a little while when funds allow it, they aren't that expensive either. Just something to look into.
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Me four, if anyone knows.....and I'm not looking to buy a new radio to do it...
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Google PIE FRDN-AUX. amazon has them for about 48 bucks plus shipping. Just ordered one, haven't got it yet.
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Old 04-20-2012, 03:12 PM
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Came in today. Quality looks marginal. I' ll let know how it works when installed.
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Google PIE FRDN-AUX. amazon has them for about 48 bucks plus shipping. Just ordered one, haven't got it yet.
Installation was relatively easy. Sounds great. Now If it lasts and works reliably. The unit comes with RCA jacks, which required a mini-plug to RCA jack adapter cable to connect to my I-POD. Ordered one at the same time I ordered the converter for about $2.50 with free shipping.
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Old 04-24-2012, 06:56 PM
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I have no idea what the stock radio looks like, when I bought mine it came with an aftermarket cd player, I do know with messing around with a few of my buddies radios that some stock radios have rca hook ups and walmart carries an y adapter that you can put in the rca and into your headphone jack of your phone or whatever else.
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