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#1 of 50 iPod in car
Nov 08, 2004 (9:44 am)
Has anyone heard anything about the Neo Ion from www.mp3yourcar.com It connects your stock head unit to your iPod with one wire. Looks pretty cool - I am thinking about ordering one.
#3 of 50 Re: iPod in car [bswanson]
Dec 01, 2004 (11:30 am)
#4 of 50 Re: iPod in car [bswanson]
Dec 01, 2004 (1:33 pm)
Main question is: is your car audio original or aftermarket? If former, what is the car model. If latter, which audio model is it? According to their site, the device pretty much makes your audio think your iPod is a CD changer. Which means your audio should have built-in CD changer support and NOT have CD changer installed.
#6 of 50 Have anyone installed the ipod2car by peripheral electronics
Mar 03, 2005 (9:57 pm)
Just wanted to know if anyone actually used this product. What are the pro/cons. I'm thinking of purchasing this ipod2car.
#7 of 50 Re: iPod in car [scorrpio]
Mar 25, 2005 (1:30 pm)
I have a 03 Tacoma with the OEM deck.
#8 of 50 Unarchived by request
May 03, 2005 (6:53 am)
#9 of 50 Re: Have anyone installed the ipod2car by peripheral electronics [nikiblue1]
Jun 21, 2005 (9:23 am)
I have been using the neo ion I bought from www.mp3yourcar.com for awhile now and I really like it. Pretty much everyone who plays with it in my car wants to get one haha sound quality is the same as CDís and you can control it using your steering wheel controls, radio controls, and the actual iPod - I usually use the iPod because I like the wheel...
#10 of 50 iPod and Volvo V50
Jun 22, 2005 (6:41 am)
I am thinking about purchasing a V50 and I want to be able to play my ipod (3G with dock connector) in the car. My understanding of the new Volvo/Ipod relationship is that the v50 connection is through an FM transmitter. I hate the static inherent in the FM transmitters out there and I'd be reluctant to choose this option. The console design precludes any aftermarket stereo and the V50 does not come with a tape deck, so the only other option is a direct connection to the factory stereo.
So my questions are--Does the factory stereo (or the upgraded audio package) have an AUX input and an adapter available? Do any of them charge the iPod as well? Does anyone know of a source of information on the V50, factory stereos, and ipod adapters?