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    FM Transmitter / FM Modulator

    I got a FM Transmitter a few weeks back and the quality isn't too great, was just wondering how much better a FM Modulator would be.
    I have aux input but it will only work when the monitor is open and on that channel. If the quality is good must be alot better then transmitter then I think it would be nice to split my audio and then have it so I can listen while the monitor is closed, what do you think? How does the quality compare?
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    I have an FM modulator and it work very well, pretty much no hissing or distortion even at high volume levels, i used a transmitter in the past and i know what you went through and i can definately recommend the FM modulator it cost me $50 through a professional audio installation shop but it was money well spent

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    Does that Delco Radio in the cavalier have optional CD changer inputs? If it does, you can fabricate your own plug, and use the AUX/CD on the Delco, and have crisp clean RCA input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n0risc
    Does that Delco Radio in the cavalier have optional CD changer inputs? If it does, you can fabricate your own plug, and use the AUX/CD on the Delco, and have crisp clean RCA input.
    no theres no way to get RCA in on those delco systems.
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    theres no way???
    please there is allways a way just not the will to do it....
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    sorry to make you feel stupid djrkd, but...
    *cough* http://www.installer.com/acc/gm9.html *cough*
    or
    http://www.installer.com/aux/
    or
    http://nexxon.com/pie/pie.htm
    or how about this one...
    http://froogle.google.com/froogle?q=GM9-AUX&scoring=p
    ok I'm done looks like you never used

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    http://www.installer.com/acc/honaux.html

    If I were to buy that, how could/would I be able to connect the factory CD player to the radio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FakeSnake
    http://www.installer.com/acc/honaux.html

    If I were to buy that, how could/would I be able to connect the factory CD player to the radio?
    PM or IM me later, tell me, what radio and car do you have?

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    Fm transmitter???

    I was thinking about buying the c. crane transmitter... Anyone tried it yet? It seem to be better than the cheap ones...

    http://www.ccrane.com/fm-transmitter.asp

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