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    Sound

    How should I hook up my sound to my car speakers?

    Whats a cheap maybe FM Audio Transmitor or how should I do it?

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    would a FM modulator work bad?

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    There are a few questions you need to answer before your question can be answered. Factory or aftermarket stereo in your car right now? Do you have an aux or cd changer input on your stereo? How much do you want to spend?

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    i have a JVC aftermarket deck. It has AUX and I have a CD Changer in my trunk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoodlum
    i have a JVC aftermarket deck. It has AUX and I have a CD Changer in my trunk.
    It would be best to use the auxiliary input on your deck if you are after sound quality.

    An FM Modulator is not even equivalent in quality to a strong FM radio station. It is mean't as a quick fix when you do not have AUX input available or you are on travel with a rental car and want to use your MP3 player with the car's radio.

    If you travel a bit, FM Modulators are prone to adjacents Station interferences and sometimes finding a wide enough gap between Station is a major undertaking if you do not want interference signals coming in.

    Best regards

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    Where would i would I be able to get a AUX wire to conect to my JVC deck and to the carputer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoodlum
    Where would i would I be able to get a AUX wire to conect to my JVC deck and to the carputer?

    Without knowing the type of conectors used, may I suggest the local JVC dealer unless your deck is equipped with RCA on the AUX input, then it's only a matter of getting a cable long enough with 1/8" stereo plug at one end and 2 RCA plugs at the other end.

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    Here is one place. Search and you will find more.

    http://www.pie.net/sec14sb4.htm

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