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Thread: XM radio input to '99 Nissan Maxima with Bose?

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    May 2004

    Cool XM radio input to '99 Nissan Maxima with Bose?

    Hi all, not sure if this would be the right forum, but i'll give it a try. I have a '99 Nissan Maxima with the factory Bose stereo, with no factory CD changer. I recently purchased an XM radio, which is currently playing through the FM Modulator. i'd like to find a way to run this signal through the CD changer input on the head unit. do you know of a connector available? i've searched the net with no luck. Does anyone know if this is even possible?

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    Constant Bitrate DJKhan85's Avatar
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    May 2004
    Boston, Mass
    Try asking the guys at the maxima forum. They should know.

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    Aug 2006
    I just sold my 99 max with bose...there is no way to add a direct input that I know of. The only thing you could do...but it looks weird, is to use the tape adapter that comes with discman cd players and plug it into the audio output on the xm receiver

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