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    IP-Bus to 3.5mm

    Hey Guys whats up am new here, and hopefully you guys can't help me out with this, and hopefully am not violating any rules here...

    I have a Pioneer DEH-7600MP, and It has a IP-BUS hook up in the back and I want to be able to listen to my SE W580i (MP3 player phone) through my sound system, and on the web i found a bunch of IP-Bus to 3.5mm cables but I don't know if they are good. Heres and example.....
    https://www.discountcarstereo.com/detail.aspx?ID=762

    Do you guys thinks this is a good buy, in terms of am not going to lose sound quality.

    Any other suggestions would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpman87 View Post
    ...and hopefully you guys can't help me out with this...


    Yeah, ip-bus input is good, sound quality is excellent (typically). It's the same thing I used to use for input from my CarPC. Sounds good to me. I have since then purchased a pioneer deck with a 3.5mm input jack, but my previous deck worked good for years and years.
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