I think he is referring to a fm transmitter/modulator; the dsbr100 is a fm tuner...Modulators/transmitters are known to be subpar to aux in jacks on headunits or direct connections to amps, but you should be able to go to any car stereo store and get an inline modulator, or you can go to walmart and buy an fm transmitter (does not directly connect to antenna line); both will do the job, and a modulator will work better, but neither will work as well as the direct connections to the hu or amp...
I one try to use FM Modulator for aux input to the Apline HU, but the sound quality isn't compare to the tape adapter. So I return it. If your HU can do tape, use tape adapter instead of FM Modulator. Don't get FM transmitter
In my opinion.
True aux input (HU capable) 100%
Tape adapter 80~90%
FM Modulator 65~85%
FM Transmitter 0~75%
i'm new in car computing and i'm glad to share any information with all of you about car electronic system esp. in computer installment and modification inside the car.. and my first question is how many battery did people usually install inside the car to make sure the computer system really works?? and for my peugeot 406 can it carry all this voltage and didn't effect on the batteries like any american and japanese cars?? for your info mtv pimp my ride inspired me to follow all the modi just like all of you being discussing.. that's all..
thanks and please make some respond to an amateur like me..