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Thread: What's the best way to add mp3 player capability to my car?

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    Aug 2008

    What's the best way to add mp3 player capability to my car?

    I drive a Mitsubishi Eclipse 2007 and it has a pretty nice factory audio system with an am/fm/6-cd head unit, 10-inch woofer and mp3 disk capabilities. One thing which is conspicuously missing is an audio jack for an mp3 player or satellite radio.

    While there is no "AUX" button, when I cycle through the inputs with the steering wheel controls, an AUX option appears. I cannot find any audio jack anywhere in the car and the manual does not have any information of it. I figure this is just a mistake or something that couldn't be engineered around.

    My real problem is that I want to hook up my mp3 player to my car but what most of my friends use is an fm radio adapter but it always provides lackluster sound quality with intermittent interference.

    Is there a higher powered fm adapter that you recommend or is there another option for me to hook up my mp3 player?
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    Constant Bitrate
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    Jun 2008
    Georgia, USA
    There is no input on the rear of the head unit? What brandd/model HU is it?


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