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ipod connection problem!

Old 04-14-2009, 11:57 AM
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Hi guys,

I am in the uk and have 2003 Accord Executive tourer which has the premium stereo upgrade and i want to connect my ipod to the it. I have been told that i could use a Parrot cell phone hands free kit(MKI9200). This comes with a ipod connector, line in and a usb connection. I thought this would be a good idea just for easy of installation. I need a telemute(SOT) lead to allow connection but i have been told that if i play music via this system i may not be able to use the active sub! Has anyone used this system or does anyone know a way around the sub problem?

Thanks in advance

Old 04-14-2009, 05:24 PM
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I would get a dICE adapter so you can fully control the iPod, get digital sound, and be able to use the sub, all while charging the iPod.

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