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Old 12-12-2010, 00:50   #1 (permalink)
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Adding USB to the Stock Stereo System on Navigator 2007

Hi All,

Just recently purchased Navigator 2007. It has stock GPS touch screen and i was just wondering if there is a way to hook up a USB port somehow, so i can listen to the music from USB, rather than MP3s. I know you can buy wiring to be able to listen to the music from your iPod / iPhone, but in my case i'm curious how can you add USB. do you have to do it through AUX? Would be very helpull for your feedback!

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Re: Adding USB to the Stock Stereo System on Navigator 2007

Hi! Welcome to the forums.

The easiest way would be with a USB - FM Transmitter. Plug unit into cigarette lighter, attach USB drive and tune it in on your FM receiver.
Amazon.com: SD/MMC/USB/MP3 Wireless In Car FM Transmitter with Remote (Black): Electronics Amazon.com: SD/MMC/USB/MP3 Wireless In Car FM Transmitter with Remote (Black): Electronics
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The easiest way would be with a USB - FM Transmitter. Plug unit into cigarette lighter, attach USB drive and tune it in on your FM receiver. Amazon.com: SD/MMC/USB/MP3 Wireless In Car FM Transmitter with Remote (Black): Electronics
Thanks for the response! i know that option, but unfortunately the quality of the sound is very poor then, that's why i'm not looking at this one at all! looking more for an adapter that you can hofelly somehow to hook up to the stereo!!
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Re: Adding USB to the Stock Stereo System on Navigator 2007

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The easiest way would be with a USB - FM Transmitter. Plug unit into cigarette lighter, attach USB drive and tune it in on your FM receiver. Amazon.com: SD/MMC/USB/MP3 Wireless In Car FM Transmitter with Remote (Black): Electronics
Thanks Jwko...Now I know what I'm going to get my Wife, and Kids for Christmas..that is one neat little accessory.
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