Is this even possible?

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  1. McMastaFee

    McMastaFee New Member

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    i have seen those adapters that you connect to your ipod/iphone and then you set to a radio station that is not in use and you can play your music from your ipod/iphone on that station..but is there an app that can do this?

    i am wanting to play my music on my surround sound system but my iphone can't connect in any possible way(damn BluRay Players)
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    Xhiea Member

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    Nope, but you can get those little dongles pretty cheap now i think.
  3. omokas

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    Does your Bluray Player have Audio IN (Those 2 red-white cables) ?

    There isn't any app that can transmit music via FM or AM

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    McMastaFee New Member

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    yes it does have multiple AV plug ins
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    my tv has a headphone jack on it..could i plug in a two sided audio jack and play it through that?

    i have a panasonic vierra hd tv
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    You can get a cable which makes the headphone jack (which is connected to the iPhone 4) to 2 cables (RED - WHITE), connect these to your BluRay player and you are done

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    I_R_CH33F Banned

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    I have a cable that I plug into my car's radio and bam, instant music.
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    jalexis4192 New Member

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    Same. I hear the radio ones don't work as well as a good 'ol AUX cable.
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    Or if you want to go really oldschool you can get one of those tapes with a cord sticking out to plug into your ipod... but seriously.. who has tape players any more?
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    I do. I made sure my car had one in it for music, because the FM ones don't sound as good as the tape player ones.
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    personman Active Member

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    But AUX cables or better yet, USB cables are always best if your car can have them plugged in.

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