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Add an auxiliary (MP3/Ipod) input to your car's stock radio
aka_bigred is right, sort of. There is no easy, permanent way to do what you suggest. I assume you still use CDs because of the sound quality - I can't think of any other reason - so I see two options.The first is to use a decent portable CD player that can use a DC charger. If you want to make this somewhat more permanent and safer I'm sure you can figure out a way to mount it somewhere in your car, although if you want it to look good too you might have to get creative.The second is to rip your CD collection and use the files. If you go this route, I would recommend using a program called Exact Audio Copy to rip them as FLAC - if you're going to do something, do it right, and as a bonus even if you don't play them these files can be kept as a full-fledged archive for future use - and then use another program to copy and convert to mp3 en masse later if necessary. You can find more info on doing this sort of thing online. Then, play the files with an iPod Classic or some other portable player with a decent DAC (ie *not* most phones).
You likely can't easily do what you suggest, unless your head unit already supports your CD changer. This instructable allows you to "trick" the OEM radio into playing your MP3 audio as if it came from the CD changer. What you describe would need the head unit to interface/communicate with a different CD changer that is wasn't designed to work with. Unless your head unit is compatible with your old CD changer, I think you're out of luck, or need to find some specialty interface to allow it to communicate with an OEM changer. Unfortunately, that's a completely different animal that what I've done here.FYI - they do make "wire glue" but I've never used it and wouldn't trust it to something installed into a relatively harsh, inaccessible environment like a car. You want the best, most permanent connection you can make, because if it comes loose 1) you'll have to pull apart the dash again to fix it, and 2) you might accidentally short out something else important if a wire's just loose & flapping around as you drive down a bumpy road. Wire glue might work elsewhere in a pinch, but you'd have a much better connection, and also have a very useful skill for the future if you lean to solder.
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What a great idea. Head Units have moved on. Mine now has Bluetooth and 2 x AUX inputs (front and rear). But I still use CDs. I want to carry on using my CD Changer. How would I do a revers of this? That is, use the rear AUX input for the CD Changer? Guidance from someone who can figure this out very welcome!. Also, instead of solder, thought I'd use electric glue - I'm sure there must be some these days?
Had the same issue. It's your ground. Try finding a better spot or cheking your solder joints.
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Hey... so i did this in my jeep and everything works.. except I hear engine whine when playing anything through aux jack.. any ideas?
could this be done without the cd changer unit? i have the head unit with the cd changer input pins but not the changer it self
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