Tip & How-To about Apple iPod touch
Apple's iPod is a great way to listen to your favorite music
in private and comfortable. The transfer of this experience in the private
confines of your Miata is a great way to enjoy your music while you drive.
Apple recommends a variety of devices that you connect your iPod directly to
your Miata radio. Attaching your iPod to the radio in his 2002 Miata is a task
Hable accompli given the right materials and installation.
1. Buy a car adapter. Apple recommends a variety of products
at a price range and power, the Monster iCar Play Wireless 800 FM Transmitter $
79.95 Belkin Tune Cast Auto for Live for $ 69.95 in FM Transmitter Griffin Road
Trip with Smarts scan for RDS + Power $ 99.95. All products are recommended by
Apple, the producer and distributor of iPods and all are available through the
online store Apple Auto Accessories.
2. Attach confirmation that the iPod radio tuner device purchased
at the door on your iPod and plug the other end of the device in device port
Charger / charger in his 2002 Miata. Depending on the interior options that you
selected for your Miata, and the automatic or manual transmission, the device
port cigarette lighter / charger is located in the panel below the radio in the
glove compartment or center console area between the two banks front.
3. Miata Turn on the radio and choose a radio station with
little or no audible sound. Typical among the 90 FM stations are reserved for
local stations with low transmission towers, so they are often your best
4. Connect your iPod and select the radio through stereo
cables to your Miata on your device FM radio tuner. For example, if your radio
is tuned to 88.1 Miata, you have radio receiver can be tuned to 88.1.
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