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Stock Stereo to iPod - Newbie!

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Old 09-15-2007, 12:17 PM
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Default Stock Stereo to iPod - Newbie!

ive been looking online through the posts but i got easily confused.
ive been researching and foudn that ice link would be a good fit for what i want!
but then i read that all i need are just the rca aux in cables. so im curious to
knwo if thats true or not. i hope it is since it would save me 100 dollars

again i have an 2004 accord lx stock radio 4dr.
im very tired of this friggin fm trans and want something w/
better sound quality.
any help is tremendous
THANKS! :OD
 
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Old 09-17-2007, 11:44 AM
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Default RE: Stock Stereo to iPod - Newbie!

I bought an iPod adaptor from Crutchfield. Came complete with all I needed including install instructions.I chose to let an audio shop to install it because I didn't want to damage the trim. Works great and I can still use the steering wheel controlls to change songs. Hope this helps
 
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Old 09-17-2007, 12:30 PM
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Default RE: Stock Stereo to iPod - Newbie!

I would use the USA-spec one. Good reviews, pretty cheap.
 
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