Question about audio jack

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by JL, Nov 20, 2005.

  1. JL

    JL Guest

    I have a 94 sl2, is there a website on how to setup an audio jack
    where one can simply plug their mp3 player into and use the cars
    FM transmitters never work well for me.

    JL, Nov 20, 2005
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    Fred V. Guest

    I bought one of those fm modulator transmittters on ebay. It plugs into your
    cigarette lighter and you plug your usb flash card containing your songs
    into it. Works great. There is also a jack on it for direct audio feed from
    your mp3 player.
    Fred V., Nov 20, 2005
  3. JL

    JL Guest

    Thanks I'll look into that.

    JL, Nov 21, 2005
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    p_vouers Guest

    if you have a tape deck in your saturn those tape adapters work verg
    good also
    p_vouers, Nov 21, 2005
  5. JL

    JL Guest

    Unfortunely, it has only the radio
    JL, Nov 22, 2005
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    IYM Guest

    What's a tape? ;)

    Actually - I had the "adapters to end all adapters" set up in my '74 Buick
    Regal around 1992....The car still had an 8-track in it, of which I used a
    Radio Shack "cassette to 8-track" adapter, which then I had the cassette
    tape adapter popped into that, there-by allowing me to play a CD through an
    8-track recorder... As a student, the adapters were cheap and I couldn't
    afford a new radio. I went through 7 months of that thing before Santa got
    me a radio for Christmas... :)

    IYM, Nov 22, 2005
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    navaidstech Guest

    I wouldn't worry about setting up a jack, although it is dooable. It's
    not hard if you know what you're doing but it takes up time, etc.
    Have you considered using a tape casette adapter instead? You should be
    able to pick one up for next to nothing and it works quite well.
    navaidstech, Nov 24, 2005
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    Oppie Guest

    A little late in the reply...
    My son has a GM truck and was able to get a Line Input jack connected to the
    stock radio. He went through a professional sound installer service and they
    even programmed to radio to indicate Line Input on the display and one of
    the buttons to function as a source select (AM/FM/CD/Tape/Line). Pretty
    amazing! Don't know if there is anything similar available from
    Oppie, Feb 25, 2006
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