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Old 06-01-2015, 12:30 PM
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I have an 07 Honda Accord with stock stereo. No aux. input. What the best way, other than replacing the system, to get an input?


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Old 06-01-2015, 04:36 PM
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There are many FM transmitters (priced from cheap to expensive depending on features) on the market which include input jacks. Simply plug the transmitter into a power outlet then tune the car's radio to a specified frequency
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Old 06-08-2015, 12:26 AM
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agreed, the cheap FM modulators that are wireless will result in static and competing radio stations will overpower the signal. fine for a single town but when traveling you may need to change the frequency of your transmitter to a band that isn't used. in addition, sound quality is terrible.

any FM modulator (wireless or wired) will be no better than FM.

this is an idea if you have the port at the rear
Pac-Audio.com Product Details | iPod Integration for your car and More by Pac-Audio - Connecting you to the future

this is an FM version
Pac-Audio.com Product Details | iPod Integration for your car and More by Pac-Audio - Connecting you to the future

this is for models with an XM option
Pac-Audio.com Product Details | iPod Integration for your car and More by Pac-Audio - Connecting you to the future
 

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