Have you taken a look at the Crutchfield www.crutchfield.com
Aside from all the various HUs, they now have a total section on just
There are also several versions of FM modulators which might be worth
checking into. I use one for my portable DVD/CD player to channel
movie soundtracks through my stereo system. I recommend the hot wired
(either hard wired or via lighter socket) over the batter powered
ones. The transmit the sound source over a given FM frequency.
Mine (from Crutchfield) inputs from the antenna, and outputs to the
HU. Has patch cord and power lines, and even has a wired on/off
On Sun, 10 Jul 2005 22:49:57 GMT, "disneyfan.nyc"
>I have a 99 mustang v6 coupe with a mach sound system. for some time
>now, I've been using the cassette player with one of those
>sound/cassette adpaters to play my music from the iPod.
>Any suggestions on a good dash stereo unit to replace the current one
>that will allow me to just use a mini-jack to mini-jack cord to get
>sound from the iPod? I want something that will continue to make full
>use of the power in my mach system. The new unit doesn't have to have
>cassette or CD (I have a CD player in the lower part of the dash from
>the factory install)
>I'm waiting for the day that someone creates an in-dash unit with full
>ipod controller, so I can just slide the ipod in and have full control
>from some kind of digital remote.
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Vintage Burgundy w/Black Standard Interior; Vintage 40
16" rims w/BF Goodrich Comp T/A gForce Radial
225/50ZR16 KDWS skins; surround sound audio-video.
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