2008-2013 Cadillac CTS General Discussion Discussion, Adding USB to my CTS (Non NAV/Bluetooth) Stereo? in Cadillac CTS Second Generation Forum - 2008-2013; What is the best way to accomplish this add-on? In my van, I simply found a small LG DVD player ...
- 09-29-13 03:58 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
- Automobile(s): 2009 CTS 3.6L
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Adding USB to my CTS (Non NAV/Bluetooth) Stereo?
What is the best way to accomplish this add-on?
In my van, I simply found a small LG DVD player with a USB port and hooked it up with a small DC-AC inverter. I used the AUX input on the car stereo for the DVD output. Cumbersome, but it worked great. Not much room in the CTS for that kind of setup.
- 09-30-13 01:22 PM #2
Re: Adding USB to my CTS (Non NAV/Bluetooth) Stereo?
I used an old iPod mini to do that in the CTS console, but it's a pain to turn it on and off and to deal with the all the cables in the console.
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