What I would do If I wanted something like that .plastic said:has anyone figured out how to hook up both an ipod and keep their cd changer? I've seen the kits in atlantic british so you can hook your ipod up, but then you lose your cd changer. And i'd rather not use a tape adapter. Just curious.
John said:Why noy use an iTrip?
These are FM transmitters that make wire-free connection to your radio by using a convenient available station.
I use an Ipod Nano and I have ordered the Nano iTrip as seen on the this page:http://shop.ipodworld.co.uk/iPodWorldSite/category/iPod_Nano_FM Transmitters/
I know that as far as sound quality goes its the shortest and most direct route you can make to the amp and with the highest quality cable, but what about the cassette adaptor, how do you rate them? :beer:lshill05 said:Just for the record.....ITRIP blows.......not just limited to itrip, but all FM transmiters, they just don't provide good sound quality. I have a direct ipod jack in my Mini and the sound quality is awesome. I need to go the Y splitter and switch hook up for my rover
x2, cassette is awesome.....no wiring, $7.00, sounds great....not saying its the best, but hard to beat with ease and price.Choqiees said:the cassette adapter is works fine for me, and if you dont mind havong some cables running here and there
Apparently youve never used anything but.frickjp said:Apparently, you've never used an iTrip.
plastic said:Yeah, i remember reading a while back that a company was making a cassette adapter for the iPod that would work with your tape decks head unit controls, like when you fast forwarded the tape, the iPod would go to the next song. I thought that was pretty neat, but i can't seem to find it anywhere.
this allows both the cd changer and an ipod. and not going through the tape deck.
I love the price :lol . But this is what I want the most . I'm using that stupid tape deck tape ( from my old CD player ) . So sound is little crapy , but I don't have to spend $90 and still have to play with the iPod.IMPORTANT NOTE: The Blitzsafe iPOD interface does NOT control nor display information from the iPOD on the factory radio. All control and display of the iPOD remains with the iPOD.
CurryHook said:A problem I have with the cassette adapter is the deck keeps reversing, thinking it has reached the end of a tape. The cassette adapter I use is the one that came with the XM radio kit.