Re: Indash Stereo MP3 Player
>>Get an iPod with an iTrip or use the AUX input (if your head unit is
That's what I did in my Civic. I have a Creative Zen Micro (5GB micro
drive). I had a nice bracket and grip device installed that secures the
player. Then I have a line-in jack that loops back behind into the AUX
jack (with an adapter) through the small CD bin located in the dash (the
only way I had to alter the dash was to drill a small [3/8"] hole on the
inside). Best part is I don't have to have any CDs in my car and all my
music comes with (I can listen at work, too).
I am going to do the same with the 'stang since it already has a line-in
jack in the face plate (Aiwa). Just need to get the bracket and clamp
installed and I am 'good-to-go'. 8)
I can provide details about the bracket/clamp setup if desired.
From: Matt [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Posted At: Saturday, July 02, 2005 2:12 PM
Posted To: rec.autos.makers.ford.mustang
Conversation: Indash Stereo MP3 Player
Subject: Indash Stereo MP3 Player
My 2002 GT came with the indash 6 disk changer. I was thinking of
it out for the indash MP3 player version. Thing is that will still only
hold about 10 CD's worth. I would like something that supported a DVD
so I could burn virtually my entire CD collection in MP3 format to a
DVD-R to play in my car.
Anyone know of such a thing that won't break the bank and would still
good in a Mustang dash? I am finicky about my Mustang and do not like
look of most aftermarket stereos.