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Old 02-23-2012, 07:08 PM   #1
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I'm really getting sick of burning CDs and FM transmitters kinda stink. What tricks are you guys using to play your digital tunes through the Mach?
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Old 02-24-2012, 10:28 AM   #3
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Well if your car is before 2001 you can use one of those cassette adaptors for an ipod they work pretty good but of your car is a 2001 or after then you can buy an adapter at like best buy and I think it plugs into the back of the radio and you can listen to your iPod through the radio
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Well if your car is before 2001 you can use one of those cassette adaptors for an ipod they work pretty good but of your car is a 2001 or after then you can buy an adapter at like best buy and I think it plugs into the back of the radio and you can listen to your iPod through the radio
I'm going to have to go this route, I'm not giving up a six CD changer as much as I hate burning them. Thanks for the info, never heard of that adapter.
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Old 02-24-2012, 04:55 PM   #5
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Re: Digital music through Mach460

dude... just buy a new single din head unit. i was out today and stopped at a car audio store out of curiousity. you can get an inexpensive pioneer or jvc(or alpine or sony im sure) cd player WITH bluetooth and an ipod input. uses stock amps, so you don't have to upgrade amps and speakers if you want to save your money for MORE MODS!

as much as i'd like to have 6 CD player, if you have a decent fm receiver and an ipod, don't even need the cd player(but at least you'll have the single). im seriously thinking about doing it-
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I'm going to have to go this route, I'm not giving up a six CD changer as much as I hate burning them. Thanks for the info, never heard of that adapter.
Yeah I seen them at best buy alot but since my car is a 2000 it won't work, so I ended up getting an aftermarket radio because the cassette stopped working. Personally i think that the factory radios are the best because they sound the best and work with the speakers in the car very well but only changed cuz of having to burn CDs
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I bought a transmitter for my iPhone from autozone just plug it in set it to which ever station u want your music to play from
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I bought a transmitter for my iPhone from autozone just plug it in set it to which ever station u want your music to play from
I have one of those too and all I seem to get are the highs and mids through it. Doesn't really get me the bass I want.
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It's going to be hard to get that from any adapter/transmitter
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Guess i'm sticking with my CDs then. I don't want an aftermarket head unit.
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