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Infiniti G35, Audio, Coupe, Sedan
#345 of 365 Re: Something Weird with iPod [paulo6]
Feb 17, 2009 (3:16 pm)
I think I figured it out. It will only do this when the iPod battery has run out. I still don't know WHY it does that (maybe to alert me to the fact?), but that's the only time it happens. It was through this that I discovered that the iPod itself doesn't shut off when you turn off the car. It stays on, though apparently without draining the car's battery (otherwise, the iPod would be getting recharged).
#346 of 365 Re: iPOD connection to a G35-'08 [adeeyl]
Feb 17, 2009 (3:20 pm)
As someone else mentioned, the car should have come with a connecting cable. Mine was originally in the trunk (in a plastic bag) when I test drove the car; however, the salesman put it inside the center console (where it plugs in) as part of the final prep of the vehicle before handing over the keys. This is all that is necessary to work the iPod through the steering wheel and console controls. I'm surprised that your salesperson didn't go through all of these things with you; mine did (and would have set up the Bluetooth system as well, except for the fact that I do not yet have a Bluetooth phone).
#347 of 365 Re: iPod Nano 4th Generation [silica1]
Feb 18, 2009 (10:09 am)
After using my iPod Nano 4g for a few weeks, I admit it was a pain to recharge. I usually had to charge almost twice a week. I didn't notice any significant battery drain when the G35 was off.
The solution was an iPod power adapter by Scosche for an iPhone 3G. It can be purchased from a well known, large internet retailer. It worked perfectly with my 4g Nano. Now I only remove the iPod when I load more content. It's as if the iPod is part of the car now, and I don't think about it much.
#348 of 365 Re: iPOD connection to a G35-'08 [jjackflash]
Feb 27, 2009 (1:48 am)
i have the same problem. not only did my salesperson not tell me about the cable or put it in the front, i don't have this connecting cable! though i would try to go back to the dealership and inquire, but can you please tell me what kinda cable is this? maybe i can look for it in some regular apple store (easier than going back to the dealership). for now i am using an AV cable to connect my ipod but i cant control the ipod through the car controls. Thanks!
#349 of 365 Re: iPOD connection to a G35-'08 [adeeyl]
Feb 27, 2009 (7:59 am)
I bought my G35X in November There was a blue bag in my center console with the cable. The bag is marked;
HARN-AUX AUDIO SYSTEM
A2C53297014 Rev. 01
Made in China
Plati 400 MM
There is than a BAR CODE with this number above it 370171920229
This is probably the nissan/Infiniti stock number
If you have and iphone 3G or a new IPOD you may want to read this msg 347
#350 of 365 One side of audio cuts out
Apr 22, 2009 (7:28 am)
I have a 2004 G35 sedan with Bose stereo. The radio works fine when I start the car, but, after a variable period of time the right side front and back speakers have no sound output. It remains this way until I restart the car, all speakers work and then the right side will go out again. Is it the circuit board? the radio itself?
Apr 23, 2009 (6:07 am)
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#352 of 365 Audio system in the standard G37x (ie. without "studio on wheels" system)
Apr 24, 2009 (8:00 am)
I'm looking to get out of my lease of my '05 G35x and keep the same monthly payments. The only way I can do this is to get the G37x without the premium package (ie. "studio on wheels" audio system). Does anyone know how good/bad the standard audio system sounds? How does it compare with the standard system in the '05 G35x? I'm quite happy with my '05 audio which has plenty of clean highs and deep bass once speakers are broken in. I'm sure this has a lot to do with the sub-woofer in the '05 but I'm not sure if the standard system in the '07 comes with a sub, they only list it as a 6 speaker system (vs. 10 for the "studio on wheels" system). I'm not too concerned about the lack of the 6 disc changer, IPOD interface etc., I'm just concerned about the overall sound quality comparing listening to a CD between the 2 systems.
Any help or thoughts would be appreciated.
#353 of 365 Audio system in the standard G37x (ie. without "studio on wheels" system)
Apr 24, 2009 (8:07 am)
Oh yeah, I should mention that I was at my dealer yesterday and they don't have any G37's on the lot, nor any that come in, without the premium package. Otherwise I would have figured this out on my own and did my own sound testing.
#354 of 365 2007 G35 iPod Connection
Jun 25, 2009 (7:56 pm)
I just purchased a 2007 G35. There is a cable in the glove box that my iPod connects to. It will charge the iPod but I cannot get it to play from the iPod. When I scroll through the "Radio" buttons, I get FM1, FM2, and AM but no satellite or auxilliary channels. What am I doing wrong? Is there further setup required to get my iPod to play through the car's audio system?