How do you get a portable MP3 player to play through your trucks speakers?MDTRD said:Hear's the deal. I'm tired of playing the CD shuffle in my work car and am looking for a good portable MP3 player. I see in the Sun paper ones ranging from 128mb at $80 to 5gb at $250. Any recommendations? Ones I should stay away from?
Preferably through an AUX input on your headunit. Otherwise there are RF modulators :xsmash: or cassette adapters :xsmash: that aren't so great but they work kinda.BigDaddyToy said:How do you get a portable MP3 player to play through your trucks speakers?
I saw that on the Crutchfield site. I'm thinking about getting that when I replace my old Alpine with a new 1 in my GT.Pete said:
Well with the mac software (iTunes) you can transfer songs to your iPod but cannot transfer them off the iPod to another computer. There is several different programs out there though that allow you to move music off. This is of course you mean the music on the iPod that you can listen too. When your using the HD interface you can transfer anything on and off you want to any computer.GreenTaco4x4 said:I heard you can't played shared music on the ipod is that BS. It was from a magazine so I am thinking that it is b/c they don't want to advertise about something that is illegal.
For the Stock Radio- you should be able to use an FM modulator w/ RCA inputsBigDaddyToy said:How do you get a portable MP3 player to play through your trucks speakers?