Percy a yellow belly lier we never attact without reason unless its the moderator triying to throw his weight around becouse he thinks he so special and above us lowly members.Percy said:Aaaah, dirka dirka dirka....
I wondered how that was going to work. I figured we'd have to hardwire somekind of harness to the back of the stocker stereo... That's good to know. When I looked at the port at SEMA, it really didn't make much sense at the time. Thanks for that Rover... Welcome to it, by the way.
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csherrill said:That is a great suggestion...its almost like you are a modern day MacGyver.
As far as the MP3 jacks, I'd recommend an FM transmitter. I don't have a Creative, but I am fairly certain that they do make an FM transmitter and I can't imagine that it run any higher then $40-50. Plugs right into ur MP3 player and you don't have to worry about the length of the cables and what not. Just plug in the transmitter, throw it in a cup holder or what not...and disco.
found a link to give you the general idea. To me much more convenient...and it works in the house as well.
yeah I'm a bit of a freak about sound quality, and to me the Itrip on my Ipod sounds boomy and just terrible on any station (you are not limited to one station). The Itrip has frequency options btw....you switch it through the Ipod itself. I have a tape adapter that I use more....it gives better sound quality even though it looks a little crappy...csherrill said:I live in Houston. 4th largest last time I checked. And I don't have any problems with mine as far as static. But I have an Ipod, so I am not sure if the Belkin is better or worse. At least with the Belkin you can switch frequencies, etc. On the Itrip you only have one option. There is a drop in quality sure, but I don't think it is a 90 foot cliff. I prefer the marginally poorer sound quality to the convenience of not having ghetto wires hanging out my dash.