: FM transmiter



ThumperPup
08-16-11, 12:39 PM
are all FM Transmitters junk or are there actualy good ones out there ?
i know you get what you pay for and i have bough cheap and i have spent some major cash on them i have been threw 3 of them one was 5 on ebay the other 2 where from Micro Center and Best buy those cost one was 19.99 the other was 39.99
and they all seem to let static out
so does anyone els here use a FM Transmitter for your ipod or mp3 in your car ?
have you found one chanelle that works better then the other i have tried sevral chanelles and i just can't seem to get loose of the static like when i crank it up i hear it even more

so looking to see what others may have and what is working out for you

brandondeleo
08-16-11, 01:07 PM
It depends on the quality of the product and the car you use it in. I had a cheap POS one that worked perfectly clearly in my Sebring, but it wouldn't work in my girlfriend's jeep. The best one that I've come across is the Zune FM Transmitter, but you have to have a Zune for it to work.

ThumperPup
08-16-11, 01:21 PM
im thinking of breaking downa nd going to spend the 69 for one at the apple store and see if it works
im also going to try it out in a few other cars the ones i have before i take them back see whats going on

geek9211
08-16-11, 01:50 PM
I'm driving cts 04 3.6L and those $30 fm transmitters ain't performing very well at all. Let me know what works best for you bcuz I also wanna hookup my Bluetooth kit to transfer my calls over the FM. Any suggestions would be helpful.

ThumperPup
08-16-11, 01:52 PM
i think the best one i have is the cheap 5 dollar one from ebay lol
i tried the griffin itrip and it sucks the belkin is even worst

i also found some website like this http://www.belkin.com/mybestfm/ where you can type in your zipp and it will give you the best chanells to use for your fm transmiter in the area

ThumperPup
08-16-11, 09:21 PM
something els i just noticed with the transmiters is the closer to the radio it gets the more static and louder it gets where if i put it on the passanger front seat closer to the door and not the middle of the car it almost all goes awya if i put it in the back seat it gets better also
anything i can do for this ?

bill57
08-16-11, 09:47 PM
They are all low power transmitters, regardless of price. The closer the transmitter is to the radio's antenna, the better it will perform.

ThumperPup
08-16-11, 10:03 PM
so how come the father it gets from the radio the better it sounds ?
like i can place the transmiter and phone in the compatment under the Climat controls and it does not sound good but if i place it in the back see it sounds better ? im confused

brandondeleo
08-16-11, 10:48 PM
i think the best one i have is the cheap 5 dollar one from ebay lol
i tried the griffin itrip and it sucks the belkin is even worst

i also found some website like this http://www.belkin.com/mybestfm/ where you can type in your zipp and it will give you the best chanells to use for your fm transmiter in the area**One of the perks of living in the middle of nowhere where we only have 2 stations, one of which is country. :nono:

ThumperPup
08-16-11, 10:50 PM
im going to put it on the 107.9 chanell tomorrow wich is rap music and im going to play my country songs and drive around see if i get any one listening to 107.9 looking all funny when they hear country LMAO


hoping that perhaps they will pick up my signal

brandondeleo
08-16-11, 10:50 PM
That would be hilarious. Lol

ThumperPup
08-16-11, 10:56 PM
i was always thinking of putting some David Allen Coe on there also and see if there are any black ppl that look
like OMFG wtf is this

Ranger
08-16-11, 10:57 PM
I use a Belkin cassette adapter. Works perfectly. I was advised against the FM transmitters.

brandondeleo
08-16-11, 11:02 PM
I've always wondered how those cassette adapters worked. I've never even owned a cassette (just to make you feel old. lovingly.) :sneaky:

ThumperPup
08-16-11, 11:05 PM
i had one of those casset adapters for my cd player back in the day i think it was back in the 97 jimmy i got it not sure

ThumperPup
08-16-11, 11:10 PM
I wanted to get the Ipod iphon intergration units that plug into the CD Changer cable plug
but i was told that that will not work with the Navigation unit i read that one and someone on the board i forget who but someone said it wont work
im also thinking about Parrott blue tooth but the problem with that is i would have to have a custom harness made to hook it to the harness and unit
plus i would not have the fetures of it mutting the radio or turning down the Volume when a phone call comes in or when i have the phone in use
I know N Caddy was working on something like this but i don't think he has finished it yet

ThumperPup
08-16-11, 11:22 PM
like this unit here is what id like to get but someone on the forums said it wont work with the OEM Dezo navi unit wich i don't understand why it would not work with the unit

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/GM-ADAPTER-INTERFACE-AUX-INPUT-4-IPOD-IPHONE-CHARGES-/250855008332?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item3a681fa84c

Night Wolf
08-16-11, 11:30 PM
FM transmitter is the worst for sound quality. If your factory radio has CD changer controls, you can buy an adapter that fools it into thinking it is playing a CD but it gives you an aux input (or two). I had one on my '96 Lincoln Town Car and my '05 Jeep.

ThumperPup
08-16-11, 11:35 PM
FM transmitter is the worst for sound quality. If your factory radio has CD changer controls, you can buy an adapter that fools it into thinking it is playing a CD but it gives you an aux input (or two). I had one on my '96 Lincoln Town Car and my '05 Jeep.

yeah thats what i want to do but another member her that has the converison they did what i did i took the navi unit froma 02-04 seville and put it in my 2000
they did the same thing i think and they said that the intergration units like the Isimple units that go into the CD Changer plug wont work with the Cadillac OEM Naivation unit from a 02-04 seville
so i don't know if its true and it wont work or if it will work

Stingroo
08-16-11, 11:38 PM
FM transmitters are a waste of money whether they be $5 or $50.

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Ranger
08-16-11, 11:53 PM
I've always wondered how those cassette adapters worked. I've never even owned a cassette (just to make you feel old. lovingly.) :sneaky:
Wanna talk 8 tracks? I know, I know, what's an 8 track?

Night Wolf
08-16-11, 11:56 PM
yeah thats what i want to do but another member her that has the converison they did what i did i took the navi unit froma 02-04 seville and put it in my 2000
they did the same thing i think and they said that the intergration units like the Isimple units that go into the CD Changer plug wont work with the Cadillac OEM Naivation unit from a 02-04 seville
so i don't know if its true and it wont work or if it will work

Factory nav units are a bad thing IMO.... why would you want to swap in an almost 10yo unit into your car?

Keep the audio system dedicated to audio and use a stand alone $200 Garmin that does everything the in dash unit does - except it can be upgraded easily and cheaply when the time comes.

Night Wolf
08-16-11, 11:59 PM
Wanna talk 8 tracks? I know, I know, what's an 8 track?

My '79 DeVille had one! Along with with the original 8-track sales tape to demonstrate the premium sound system.

Vinyl tho - still around, still awesome. Of course the video does nothing for sound quality.

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ThumperPup
08-17-11, 12:05 AM
Factory nav units are a bad thing IMO.... why would you want to swap in an almost 10yo unit into your car?

Keep the audio system dedicated to audio and use a stand alone $200 Garmin that does everything the in dash unit does - except it can be upgraded easily and cheaply when the time comes.

ok lets not get started on this lol
i know i ahve said a few times more then i need to why i like my OEM unit and i have had it for 2 years and 2 months and i love it

Night Wolf
08-17-11, 12:17 AM
ok lets not get started on this lol
i know i ahve said a few times more then i need to why i like my OEM unit and i have had it for 2 years and 2 months and i love it

I misunderstood your post that I replied to. Thought you said you were thinking of swapping in the old nav unit, not that you already did. In that case, if it can't use some sort of hard wired adapter, I'm sorry you are stuck with the worst method for sound quality. Every one of them I've used has been equally bad.

brandondeleo
08-17-11, 12:18 AM
My '79 DeVille had one! Along with with the original 8-track sales tape to demonstrate the premium sound system.

Vinyl tho - still around, still awesome. Of course the video does nothing for sound quality.

ti5ujgQHdTwCassettes were miserable in every way... Vinyl, on the other hand, will never die. I have a pretty epic vinyl collection, my favorite piece in which is an original '67 Sgt. Pepper's album. I also have a Sgt. Pepper's picture disc from the early '70s, and a first edition Thriller.

ThumperPup
08-17-11, 12:27 AM
I misunderstood your post that I replied to. Thought you said you were thinking of swapping in the old nav unit, not that you already did. In that case, if it can't use some sort of hard wired adapter, I'm sorry you are stuck with the worst method for sound quality. Every one of them I've used has been equally bad.

i have the RCA Video and left and right audio that comes hooks into the wire harness then comes out from behind the radio so i can plug that into my headphone jack on the iphone
but im tired of having to pick the phone up when i wnat to change songs i wanted to be able to use a remote or my audio steering wheel controls to change songs and scan wich is what the Isimple would let me do going threw the cd changer but someone said it didnt work i might just buy one for 80 bucks on ebay and see if it does if it doesnt i think they have a return policy

Night Wolf
08-17-11, 12:31 AM
Cassettes were miserable in every way... Vinyl, on the other hand, will never die. I have a pretty epic vinyl collection, my favorite piece in which is an original '67 Sgt. Pepper's album. I also have a Sgt. Pepper's picture disc from the early '70s, and a first edition Thriller.

Very sweet!

I agree about cassettes - I grew up on the tail end of them. Still often sold in stores and I have no idea why cars up to the late 90s still came with a cassette player?

I couldn't stand them even as a kid. Just the whole rewind/fast forward thing got real old. I had many Walkmans and ended up usually listening to FM instead because I got frustrated.

I just read a recent news artical about vinyl sales actually climbing this past year... and not old folks, but the younger generation buying modern music. Very cool. Even better if the tables are properly set up so they don't destory the record every time it's played.

I've got the same album, on CD and vinyl. Some of the vinyl is new, most used. I have a (at one time) very high end CD player on my home system. My turn table is the "all out" table of an otherwise cheap brand, so it is very good quality but uses a friction drive system which adds much more background noise than direct or belt drive (as can be heard in the video when the needle first drops). My Shure M91ED cartridge is real old and needs to be replaced (Grado Black is on the list).... yet with all that, I still prefer the sound quality of the vinyl. Yes, it has more background noise, but when you sift through that, the overall sound is far more open and airy... just sounds much more realistic.

cadillac kevin
08-17-11, 12:33 AM
Cassettes were miserable in every way... Vinyl, on the other hand, will never die. I have a pretty epic vinyl collection, my favorite piece in which is an original '67 Sgt. Pepper's album. I also have a Sgt. Pepper's picture disc from the early '70s, and a first edition Thriller.
I disagree that cassettes are miserable. I own alot of cassettes from the mid/ late 80s which are very good quality- not as good as vinyl, but pretty damn close. then again, I've had some cassettes that had god awful- am radio down the block quality (that got pitched). I love the sound of vinyl. pink floyd's the wall on vinyl is awesome as is the quadrophonic pressing of aqualung. for best effect though, a great hi fi set and some hi fi speakers are a must.

Night Wolf
08-17-11, 12:37 AM
i have the RCA Video and left and right audio that comes hooks into the wire harness then comes out from behind the radio so i can plug that into my headphone jack on the iphone
but im tired of having to pick the phone up when i wnat to change songs i wanted to be able to use a remote or my audio steering wheel controls to change songs and scan wich is what the Isimple would let me do going threw the cd changer but someone said it didnt work i might just buy one for 80 bucks on ebay and see if it does if it doesnt i think they have a return policy

It's real hard to understand what you are trying to say, but I think I got it.

In that case, there isn't much you can do. You want full iPod integration with an older factory car head unit. You can do things to get the sound, but as for full iPod control, I'm not sure.

Thats why I ditched the factory radio/cd player in my Jeep (even with the dual aux input hard wired). I bought a 2nd 5yr old Pioneer deck that is far more awesome than any of the new ones I've seen. Along with the iPod controller, all that is hidden and it charges the iPod. I then have full iPod control/function/display on the face of the head unit itself as well as via the remote. Besides the ease of funtion, that Pioneer deck has excellent features for fine tuning the sound. I had one for a few years that mades its way into each BMW, then I liked it so much I bought another used one off Craigslist for the Jeep.

Your best bet may be to just make many playlists with your songs in groups, that way you don't have to keep fussing with it and instead can just pick a play list and leave it.

brandondeleo
08-17-11, 12:37 AM
I have that one too. LOVE The Wall. Awesome album.
My current set-up is a set of Grado Signature HP-2 headphones powered by an Acoustic Lab headphone amplifier with an RCA tube and 2 Czech tubes, and a (best in the world in its time) Sony CD player ca. ~1990. I also have an EPIC Sinatra live record.

ThumperPup
08-17-11, 12:41 AM
the fm transmiter i got from ebay actualy came with a remote control and it works i ean the remote works good and the only thing i hate is the sound quality wich sucks unless i have the phone somewhere tha ti cant even see it lol

cadillac kevin
08-17-11, 12:47 AM
nice!. I have a sony hifi set from the mid 80's (84 or 86 dont recall which). has a digital tuner, dual cassette deck (replaced with a mid 80's marantz deck because the sony deck whined), cd player (awesome quality but doesnt play burned cds), 2 channel 7 bar graphic equalizer, 200 watt amp, driving a set of KLH model 23s (1968) and a set of penncrest cabinet speakers -either 10 or 12 inch woofer, 3 inch mid, and 3 inch tweeter IIRC (been a while since I looked at the paperwork for them.) I've been looking for a good turntable because mine is wearing out (I might pluck one of the garrands out of one of my stereo consoles though)

Night Wolf
08-17-11, 12:48 AM
I have that one too. LOVE The Wall. Awesome album.
My current set-up is a set of Grado Signature HP-2 headphones powered by an Acoustic Lab headphone amplifier with an RCA tube and 2 Czech tubes, and a (best in the world in its time) Sony CD player ca. ~1990. I also have an EPIC Sinatra live record.

I have Grado SR-60s, and also a headphone amp - a custom one my friend built, a copy of a popular unit. Real nice though.

My main system consists of the '74 BSR 810 Transcription table. My CD Player is equally old, 1991 model Nakamichi CD Player2 Limited. Though it's specs still surpass many modern players. It has neat features like Nakamichis Music Bank system and also a variable output so I can control the volume via the Nak remote.

Amplification is via a late 70s Sansui 9090DB receiver. Though I have been thinking about selling it. I also have a same era Sansui AU-517 integrated amp that has been fully recapped by the same friend who built me the headphone amp. The 517 is not for sale. Speakers used to be a vintage pair of JBL L100s, which are now sitting in the closet (also may sell) and I'm using a pair of JBL S38s now.

Home audio was a huge hobby for me 10+ yrs ago, before I got my drivers license and was really into cars. Now the stuff just sits around and gets used as any audio system would, which is why I'm thinking of downsizing by selling the 9090DB and L100s.

*Edit, found some pictures.

Here is the headphone amp. My friend built it out of a single piece of wood. Runs off 2 9v DC batteries, and since he knew I was into vintage audio gear, has an old Sansui switch from a broken turn table as the power button and a knob from another broken old Sansui as the volume control. I like blue lights, so he put in a blue LED as power indicator. Also has the large headphone jack which allows higher end headphones. But for my headphone use, the SR-60s are awesome. I've had them now for ~8yrs or so.

http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e363/InoventionsEast/audio1/misc/IMG_0001.jpg

The Nak, Very neat features, this thing is now 20yo!

http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e363/InoventionsEast/audio1/12-19-07/12-19-07198.jpg

Vintage audio porn. Yummy dual mono!

http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e363/InoventionsEast/audio1/12-19-07/12-19-07187.jpg

Playdrv4me
08-17-11, 06:01 AM
A couple of things... First of all, any and I do mean *ANY* FM transmitter is absolutely worthless for listening to music. When you understand more about the way high power FM transmitters and exciters work, and the ridiculous amount of circuitry needed to keep an FM station CLEAR and within it's specified frequency allocation, you understand why anything a consumer would ever be able to buy and stick in a lighter socket will never have the level of circuitry necessary to not only hold a frequency in high interference areas, but also be able to transmit the FULL spectrum of audio frequencies being input to the unit.

Frankly? If it came down to having a fancy navigation screen OR being able to use a cassette adapter, I would use the REGULAR h/u and a cassette adapter any day of the week. Much as most people don't understand why FM transmitters are so awful, they also usually assume cassette adapters are also awful, when this is completely flawed. What you essentially get with a QUALITY cassette adapter (PHILIPS, Sony) is the equivalent of the sound quality that was available from the BEST Metal (Cr02) cassettes. In many cases, with MOST car audio systems, this will be every bit as good as you would have even with a dedicated aux input. In fact, in our 2004 LS430, which had a cassette deck, I got a great deal on a dedicated iPod control/input unit and was astonished that outside of the convenience of being able to advance and reverse tracks from the steering wheel controls, the actual *SOUND* quality was almost indiscernible from the cassette adapter I started out using in the first place!

That said, one of the best FM transmitters I've heard is built in to my XM radio. Fortunately, the ONE thing an FM transmitter is decent for is listening to talk radio stations, so this works out well.

Also, if your Seville was equipped with the factory CD changer (and maybe even if not), there IS an adapter out there designed to replace your changer with a dedicated AUX input in its place. It *also* allows track advance and reverse etc. from the steering wheel controls. If you have the navigation headunit, this will be the all around best option to get the best sound quality in to your Seville.

My solution currently in the Seville is an excellent RF remote control unit that has a receiver that plugs in to the dock connector of the iPod (between the iPod and the charge/sync cable) made by Scosch. The remote control itself is a tiny egg shaped thing (about the size of a keyfob remote) that I have attached with double stick tape to the back of the steering wheel. The beauty of being RF is that the iPod can be COMPLETELY hidden away except for the cable running to the cassette adapter and the cable going to the charger. It works FANTASTICALLY well and the battery in that remote seems to last forever.

Here it is pictured with the little retarded strap it comes with to attach it to the rim of the steering wheel. I circumvented this and just taped it to the BACK of the wheel so it isn't in the way...

http://lh3.googleusercontent.com/public/pBNWfcjty4o0FFKpCP1tfQb7dkKCvQDYujToZoxFxtD5KrlspZ Yv0b6wz3FtVKDxkkuBcoox4lsa0qEu4bQ1rnjBkgLrkg5JLvi-AUIIg9dUrfgQJgnnufr5IeVZMtL2l-s5XlENSdrR

http://www.google.com/products/catalog?rlz=1C1CHKZ_enUS440US440&q=Scosche+RF+remote&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=shop&cid=12745486767199672061&sa=X&ei=_4JLTs6RKce0sQKph-GhCA&ved=0CD4Q8gIwAQ

As for headphones, Grados are pretty highly revered by many (including Jesda), but I have found the Koss PortaPros for portability and comfort, and the UR-55s (can style) to have a far richer and fuller sound. They aren't so much better as they are different, but the Grados have always been just a bit too bright for me.

ThumperPup
08-17-11, 09:56 AM
A couple of things... First of all, any and I do mean *ANY* FM transmitter is absolutely worthless for listening to music. When you understand more about the way high power FM transmitters and exciters work, and the ridiculous amount of circuitry needed to keep an FM station CLEAR and within it's specified frequency allocation, you understand why anything a consumer would ever be able to buy and stick in a lighter socket will never have the level of circuitry necessary to not only hold a frequency in high interference areas, but also be able to transmit the FULL spectrum of audio frequencies being input to the unit.


Frankly? If it came down to having a fancy navigation screen OR being able to use a cassette adapter, I would use the REGULAR h/u and a cassette adapter any day of the week. Much as most people don't understand why FM transmitters are so awful, they also usually assume cassette adapters are also awful, when this is completely flawed. What you essentially get with a QUALITY cassette adapter (PHILIPS, Sony) is the equivalent of the sound quality that was available from the BEST Metal (Cr02) cassettes. In many cases, with MOST car audio systems, this will be every bit as good as you would have even with a dedicated aux input. In fact, in our 2004 LS430, which had a cassette deck, I got a great deal on a dedicated iPod control/input unit and was astonished that outside of the convenience of being able to advance and reverse tracks from the steering wheel controls, the actual *SOUND* quality was almost indiscernible from the cassette adapter I started out using in the first place!

That said, one of the best FM transmitters I've heard is built in to my XM radio. Fortunately, the ONE thing an FM transmitter is decent for is listening to talk radio stations, so this works out well.

Also, if your Seville was equipped with the factory CD changer (and maybe even if not), there IS an adapter out there designed to replace your changer with a dedicated AUX input in its place. It *also* allows track advance and reverse etc. from the steering wheel controls. If you have the navigation headunit, this will be the all around best option to get the best sound quality in to your Seville.

My solution currently in the Seville is an excellent RF remote control unit that has a receiver that plugs in to the dock connector of the iPod (between the iPod and the charge/sync cable) made by Scosch. The remote control itself is a tiny egg shaped thing (about the size of a keyfob remote) that I have attached with double stick tape to the back of the steering wheel. The beauty of being RF is that the iPod can be COMPLETELY hidden away except for the cable running to the cassette adapter and the cable going to the charger. It works FANTASTICALLY well and the battery in that remote seems to last forever.

Here it is pictured with the little retarded strap it comes with to attach it to the rim of the steering wheel. I circumvented this and just taped it to the BACK of the wheel so it isn't in the way...

http://lh3.googleusercontent.com/public/pBNWfcjty4o0FFKpCP1tfQb7dkKCvQDYujToZoxFxtD5KrlspZ Yv0b6wz3FtVKDxkkuBcoox4lsa0qEu4bQ1rnjBkgLrkg5JLvi-AUIIg9dUrfgQJgnnufr5IeVZMtL2l-s5XlENSdrR

http://www.google.com/products/catalog?rlz=1C1CHKZ_enUS440US440&q=Scosche+RF+remote&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=shop&cid=12745486767199672061&sa=X&ei=_4JLTs6RKce0sQKph-GhCA&ved=0CD4Q8gIwAQ

As for headphones, Grados are pretty highly revered by many (including Jesda), but I have found the Koss PortaPros for portability and comfort, and the UR-55s (can style) to have a far richer and fuller sound. They aren't so much better as they are different, but the Grados have always been just a bit too bright for me.


I get what your saying about FM transmitters
one thing about the ones i have they don't plug into a cig lighter they plug into the bottom of the phone and get there charge from that multi purpace plug in the iphone but im guessing it doesnt make much diference where it gets its power from


further down you say about the intergration unit that plugs into the CD changer Control
All sevilles 98-04 from what i have seen even if they don't come with the CD changer option are already prewired for it
So i do have the hook ups for the CD Changer and i know it works because i had a cd changer in there for a few months but pulled it when i got my Iphone no need for it and needed the storage room more
But from my Understanding on what i have read on the forums by another Member the Intergration won't work with the Factory Navigation wich i don't understand why because it does have the CD button for changer and also has a Aux Button so not sure why it wont work im still waiting on a reply from Pac.audio to find out if there unit will work or if it wont and if they say it will then i will ask them if it doesnt can i return it for a refund so im going to try this in the near future

Playdrv4me
08-17-11, 05:13 PM
I get what your saying about FM transmitters
one thing about the ones i have they don't plug into a cig lighter they plug into the bottom of the phone and get there charge from that multi purpace plug in the iphone but im guessing it doesnt make much diference where it gets its power from


further down you say about the intergration unit that plugs into the CD changer Control
All sevilles 98-04 from what i have seen even if they don't come with the CD changer option are already prewired for it
So i do have the hook ups for the CD Changer and i know it works because i had a cd changer in there for a few months but pulled it when i got my Iphone no need for it and needed the storage room more
But from my Understanding on what i have read on the forums by another Member the Intergration won't work with the Factory Navigation wich i don't understand why because it does have the CD button for changer and also has a Aux Button so not sure why it wont work im still waiting on a reply from Pac.audio to find out if there unit will work or if it wont and if they say it will then i will ask them if it doesnt can i return it for a refund so im going to try this in the near future

It would be a shame if the iPod integration adapter doesn't work with the Nav headunit cause that is definitely your all around best option in every way.

ThumperPup
08-17-11, 06:14 PM
It would be a shame if the iPod integration adapter doesn't work with the Nav headunit cause that is definitely your all around best option in every way.

I actualy just spoke with PAC Isimple Company Tech on the phone he said that the ISGM73 Model will work with the Navigation unit
so im going to get that
he said also that if it doesn't work then to let him know and he will try to work on something that will work he said hes never run into this question before but one of the websites that sells the unit says not compatible with OEM navi this information comes from http://www.ipodcarpros.com/
The tech said they never reported an isue of it not working with a Navigation OEM unit
he said its possible that they had a unit reaturned ones and the customer said it did not work and that may be why they have that on there but he thinks it should work but if it doesnt then to let him know and he will try to get working on something that will let it work

ThumperPup
08-17-11, 08:34 PM
just remember something i forgot to ask the guy from PAC ISimple today
does anyone know if the pac isimple units will stream voice or is it just audio like will it suport for phone use or just the ipod use ?
i noticed that my FM transmiter only does audio wont let me use it for the phone so i was just wondering if the pac system works the same way

Jesda
08-17-11, 09:51 PM
Nakamichi !!!

Next time I roll through Georgia I'm going to bring my Alan Parsons album to play on your equipment.

bill57
08-17-11, 11:20 PM
Remember that the lead from your antenna is shielded, so placing the transmitter close to the radio (and not close to the antenna) isn't necessarily going to improve the radio's reception of the FM transmitter's signal.

Night Wolf
08-17-11, 11:25 PM
Nakamichi !!!

Next time I roll through Georgia I'm going to bring my Alan Parsons album to play on your equipment.

About time ya stop by again!