|10-24-2006 01:35 PM|
In my German spec BMW, I installed a JVC with an IPod connector. It works really well and I like the ability to control the IPod through the head unit. I also like the fact that I put the IPod out of sight in the glove box and leave it there. For the Jeep, right now, I use an FM transmitter. It actually works very well. When I go back to the states next year, I'll be pulling the JVC out of the BMW and putting it in the Jeep. I'll keep the IPod out of sight in a Tuffy glove box then.
Anyway, I was never really impressed with FM receivers until I got this latest one from iLuv. It is the i701 and is by far the best transmitter I have come across. Very powerful and rarely do I get static. Here is the link: http://www.i-luv.com/iLuv/product_in...roducts_id=272
|10-24-2006 12:25 AM|
I've tried a lot of devices and ended up replacing my stereo for an Alpine unit (about 200 bucks) and bought the additional Ipod adapter cable (30 bucks) which allows me to control it from the receiver itself. It also charges it while plugged in. I got it all at crutchfield.com (very knowledgeable and helpful). I installed everything myself including new speakers. They may have a cheaper solution for the factory stereo too.
Hope this helps.
|10-23-2006 01:20 PM|
|wr@ngl3r||Hey Atom, I just bought a Kensington adapter that connects through the cigarette lighter and its sounds great and crystal clear. I get a little static every once in a while but 95% of the time its like listening to a CD.|
|10-22-2006 03:42 PM|
|97REDTJ||i believe that www.quadratec.com has a devise that may be able to help you out. Here ya go man heres the link to the product im talking about. http://www.quadratec.com/products/96080_94.htm Its kinda costly but i reck'in if it works its worth it!|
|10-22-2006 02:18 PM|
ipod for jeep wrangler?????
has any one found an affordable appliance to connect an ipod to the factory stereo in a unlimited wrangler 06???? i have an itrip transmitter, but it sounds like crap.