We all love to listen to music, especially in the car. A good piece of music can always lighten up the mood. But if you are on a long journey, then you probably have to listen to those same songs over and over again, which may not be a pleasant experience at all. But by any chance if you have an iPod or any other music system, then you can easily enjoy the ride with new songs all the way. The good news for you is that you will not face any difficulty installing your portable MP3 player to your car audio system. I will describe some easy procedures on how you can install MP3 players on your cars. |
1. Cassette Player Adapter 2. FM Transmitter 3. Headphone to RCA cable 4. Line-in jack 5. Built-in music player jack
Cassette Player Adapter If your car’s stereo has the capacity of playing cassette players, then you can use cassette adapters. This is like a typical cassette that is connected to a wire and an earphone jack. Plug the music player into the earphone jack slot and insert the adapter to the cassette deck. Then play the music in your music player, the music will transmit to your stereo and then transfer to your car’s speakers.
FM Transmitter By the help of a small FM transmitter, you can send the signal from your hand held mp3 device to your car stereo speaker. These signals will be sent over radio frequency and there will be exchanges of signals. On some transmitter, you will only get a preset frequency. Some transmitter allows you to transmit from multiple devices.
Headphone to RCA cable You can use a stereo to RCA cable to connect your handheld mp3 player to directly input audio into the stereo in your car. Read the stereo user manual for the compatibility of these cables and the devices they support.
Line-in Jack Many stereo systems come with a 3.5mm headphone jack for the input of data. A 3.5mm male to male cable will connect your portable mp3 player to your stereo and you can play the music on your device, and the sound will come from the stereo speakers.
Built-in Music Player Jack These are just like the Line-in jacks, but the only difference is that the Built-in jacks, as the name suggests, are built into the stereo system by default from the factory. The audio jack can be anywhere, like on the stereo, the dashboard, or on the store compartment. The stereo jack can be an RCA audio cable, or a USB or the blending of the both. If you have the built-in player jack, you can scroll through the list of songs and playlists and control the volume using the console itself.
Using a portable mp3 device to power the playlist of your music for your journey can be very lovely, and if you choose the right elements and procedures to play it, you will not be having a flawless musical journey ahead.
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