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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Hi,

I've just bought Ford Explorer 2002 XLS with its factory made in-dash
radio/CD.

I'm interested to find a way to connect my MP3 player to this head unit
without using FM transmitter. As far as I've seen there is no Auxiliary
or line-In input in the head unit, so what exactly do I suppose to do?

Should I replace completely the head unit with one that has an
Auxiliary input with it?

Any other ideas?

Thanks,
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Use an FM modulator instead of an FM transmitter.
I have XM Satellite in my Explorer, installed with a hard wired FM modulator
between the antenna and the head unit.
I can unplug from the XM jack and plug into my iPod and it works great.
The audio quality is far superior to a wireless FM transmitter.



While using a wireless FM transmitter will result in poor
"yuval" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Hi,
>
> I've just bought Ford Explorer 2002 XLS with its factory made in-dash
> radio/CD.
>
> I'm interested to find a way to connect my MP3 player to this head unit
> without using FM transmitter. As far as I've seen there is no Auxiliary
> or line-In input in the head unit, so what exactly do I suppose to do?
>
> Should I replace completely the head unit with one that has an
> Auxiliary input with it?
>
> Any other ideas?
>
> Thanks,
>
>
 
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