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Hey Guys.....just got my CTS....really enjoying it!!! Now I really know why people say a Cadillac is a Cadillac - no comparison whatsoever!!! I was just wondering....being a music freak, I do like to listen to a wide range of music...so is it possible anyway to hook up my ipod to the factory system? I have a bose one installed. Are there any kind of interface? (except the FM Transmitter one...I hate that!!!). I'm talking about directly hooking up the ipod...are there any options? :hmm:
 

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I hate the FM interface the quality sucks, I prefer to use the cassette method although I don't care for the wire dangling out of the cassette deck but the quality is much better than the FM interface. I have a 2003 CTS I noticed that the newer CTS's do not come with cassettes
 

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Thanks guys for all the feedback.....yes, the FM tranmitter sucks!!! The quality sucks and you have to change the station if you are in a city with lots of radio staitons!!! My personal opinion....never go with this crap!!
 

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think this works only if you have a cassette player. Alot of us may go with the new solution being released on 1 Dec.
 

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i took the easy way...I have the Pioneer NAV unit and the Ipod interface...everthing is control on the touch screen. It was very well with the Video Ipod.
 

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How easily did this connect to your CTS? Do you have a NAV stereo or Standard?

The Mp3yourcar solution is basically the same as a cassette tape adapter that you can buy for $10 at radio shack (and will do the same thing)....


The radiosandmore.com kit is full integration (charging, titles on the display, Radio controls, etc)..

They are not comperable in my mind...

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