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    hey did any1 tried connecting iPod to car Speakers thro FM channel?
    basicly i saw one of my friends friend who has Honda Accord to connect his Ipod to his car speakers without any wire links, he just tuned to one of the channels on the FM and i think he tuned to Podcast on same frequency and was able to hear audio output from his car speakers. does anybody know what accutly was done to do that?

    i checked THIS site and all of thier guides are to connect Ipod via Wires.
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    i got a handy little gizmo that pops into the cassette player of the car, and the other end is a headphone jack you can pop into a personal cd player, ipod, or any thing really so long as there's a headphone socket to plug it into.

    It cost about £5 (€149.95) and works a treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbarossa
    i got a handy little gizmo that pops into the cassette player of the car, and the other end is a headphone jack you can pop into a personal cd player, ipod, or any thing really so long as there's a headphone socket to plug it into.

    It cost about £5 (€149.95) and works a treat.
    Some car stereos still have cassette decks? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by manker
    Quote Originally Posted by Barbarossa
    i got a handy little gizmo that pops into the cassette player of the car, and the other end is a headphone jack you can pop into a personal cd player, ipod, or any thing really so long as there's a headphone socket to plug it into.

    It cost about £5 (€149.95) and works a treat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manker
    Quote Originally Posted by Barbarossa
    i got a handy little gizmo that pops into the cassette player of the car, and the other end is a headphone jack you can pop into a personal cd player, ipod, or any thing really so long as there's a headphone socket to plug it into.

    It cost about £5 (€149.95) and works a treat.
    Some car stereos still have cassette decks? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbarossa
    LOLZ, sadly, yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BawA
    hey did any1 tried connecting iPod to car Speakers thro FM channel?
    basicly i saw one of my friends friend who has Honda Accord to connect his Ipod to his car speakers without any wire links, he just tuned to one of the channels on the FM and i think he tuned to Podcast on same frequency and was able to hear audio output from his car speakers. does anybody know what accutly was done to do that?

    i checked THIS site and all of thier guides are to connect Ipod via Wires.
    an FM transmitter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbarossa
    i got a handy little gizmo that pops into the cassette player of the car, and the other end is a headphone jack you can pop into a personal cd player, ipod, or any thing really so long as there's a headphone socket to plug it into.

    It cost about £5 (€149.95) and works a treat.
    the same as I use Dude!
    Car Audio Cassette Adaptor, I got from eBay for £2.99.
    I use in my home Hi-Fi as well as it don't play mp3 data disks

    Great sound no probs at all, I use it on a Pro Line 256mb mp3 player
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proper Bo
    Quote Originally Posted by BawA
    hey did any1 tried connecting iPod to car Speakers thro FM channel?
    basicly i saw one of my friends friend who has Honda Accord to connect his Ipod to his car speakers without any wire links, he just tuned to one of the channels on the FM and i think he tuned to Podcast on same frequency and was able to hear audio output from his car speakers. does anybody know what accutly was done to do that?

    i checked THIS site and all of thier guides are to connect Ipod via Wires.
    an FM transmitter
    Yeah, they're serviceable, but in a metro area you'll be whinging over changing frequencies constantly.

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