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Date Registered: 10-2009
Location: Albany Creek QLD
TOTAL POSTS: 33
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Re: Conection for i-pod or USB


Mm.. Good idea Tony. I will have to ohm out an iPod connector to USB to find audio and power points, dont think audio goes to the USB.
Then source a USB socket. 3.5mm is easier but not as elegant. On Jaycar the only USB socket one I could find was PS0782 .
I will have to do research

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Date Registered: 01-2010
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Re: Conection for i-pod or USB


Just thought I'd add my 2c.
I have installed a full alpine soundsystem into my X-Trail, including 2 amps and a subwoofer.
I have an iPod connection from my head unit and I dont know how I could stay sane in the car without it!


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