2nd Gen Touch for Use in Car

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  1. SupaFly10579

    SupaFly10579 New Member

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    My friend had a cord that plugged into the face of her car stereo to her Ipod. I used it with mine and it worked beautifully. Where can I get this cord and how much is it?
  2. SupermanCS

    SupermanCS New Member

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    the cord you mention, i think, is a 1/8" male-to-male adapter cable

    It should look like the end of your headphones, but the other end has that same piece, so that one end connects to your ipod headphone jack, and the opposite end connects to the jack in the stereo

    i got mine from radioshack for about 5 bucks

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    some longer ones can cost more, but they are readily available in many places because using mp3 players in cars has become so popular

    hope this helps!
  3. 1adam1

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    i saw one at walmart for about 10 or so bucks, but first make sure your car has the auxilary port that your friends does, or spring for the audio-cassette with line-in, however the latter has less audio quality (probably not noticable, though).
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    darc10222 Banned

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    Um, ask your friend?
  5. SupaFly10579

    SupaFly10579 New Member

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    Someone gave it to her. I bought the cord, but I don't have a plug-in spot for it on my receiver. Great. I'm going to keep it anyway. It was only like $5. What are other options for a CD receiver in a car besides the horrible FM transmitter?

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