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Auxiliary Input Adapter
Car Stereo Auxiliary Input Adapters
The best way to listen to your iPod iPhone mp3 Smartphone or any portable audio source in vehicles with factory stereos will be using an Auxiliary audio input interface. If you own an iPod, iPhone you can use an iPod adapter this are made for your Factory radios. Auxiliary input its a direct audio connection to your Oem Car stereo preamp, These interfaces are not tape adapters or FM transmitters. There is nothing wireless about them, which means the signal isn't getting degraded by the process of sending it to your Factory car stereo. The good thing about an auxiliary Interface is that it is a digital direct connection of the audio signal from your iPod, MP3, or portable satellite radio, smart phone to the Oem car stereo this way you will get the best CD sound quality. Aux audio input converter lets you add an additional digital audio source to your Factory stock radio. We have audio input adapters for many factory stereos as well as aftermarket systems, Radio needs to be CD-changer controller or have a CD, source BAND SAT AUX XM disc button Auxiliary input converters are designed to convert the CD-changer or satellite port of the radio (with external controls) into an Auxiliary audio input. Maintains full function of all factory features, steering wheel and rear seat controls. The adapter plug into the factory radios for most 1995 and up vehicles. Retains digital sound quality extends external audio source. No need to use noise FM transmitters or modulators that never work and will give static most of the time, Stay Away from FM adapters Sales@oemautosound.com we carry many audio input parts USB adapters, Bluetooth integration, if you need help finding the correct auxiliary AUX audio adapter for your vehicle contact us 800-727-1466
How this works
Original car stereos most from 1995 and up, Some Acura Honda radios from 1992 and up come with the optional connector on the back of the factory Radio for the optional CD changer.
This vehicles didn't come with the AUX JACK, but We can use this CD changer connectors to add an auxiliary audio input interface, In most cases you have to remove the factory CD changer, we also carry the x2 and x3 adapters that allow you to keep the CD changer in some Ford Chrysler and GM Radios
The Auxiliary audio input interface sound quality is much better than those tape adapters or FM Transmitters it will be direct and digital, this is the best way to input audio into your factory car stereo and to keep the original car stereo. aux input jacks
If you own an iPod or smartphone there are a few other options that
iPhone smart-cable interface
Bluetooth Media integration kits Access and control your music, calls,