: Cheapest and easiest way to get audio patched into stock system from phone?

04-08-13, 01:32 PM
I have an Android phone that I currently run all my music through. I use one of these to mount it, and then just use an FM adapter. The FM adapter doesn't work great, though, and I've never had one that had great quality or consistency. http://www.amazon.com/Mountek-nGroove-Universal-Mount-Black/dp/B004G1L52Q

This is a stock non-nav Bose system, and I simply want the audio from my phone (mp3 and video) to go out through my speakers. I looked at the audio interface thing, but for close to 100 dollars, I'd rather save my money and put it towards a real in dash unit. If this is really the only/cheapest way, though, I might consider it.

I'm not afraid of soldering/hacking something up for this. :)

04-08-13, 02:47 PM
From walmart ive been using the griffin i trip been using it for over a year with little to Jo static depending on were im at. The real expensive ones suck compared to this one. And its only 50

04-09-13, 08:09 AM
Do you have XM? If so this might be of value: http://gmtnation.com/f93/%243-00-aux-input-via-xm-interface-1722/
I didn't have an XM module in my 03 Envoy and ended up using a wired FM modulator. Not perfect but works OK considering my choices were limited.