My query was about a device that transmits the walkman to the car radio; the device produced a loud rumble - I think the power was too high; when I, with the use of a rubber band hold the start button down, the light stays on and I get no rumble or hum. Hope that helps.
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Some Cd players do not have the connections to allow IPOD connector to be added, So i would check Make/Model specs of radio before wasting time removing it to find it cant be fitted with ipod connection.
Check your stereo for a button that says "Aux" or a "Function" button. It could also say something else depending on the radio. The one in my 93' Mustang says "Band" and in my truck it simply says "iPod" Just mess around a little bit and see what you find.
JVC KD-S731R does not have the option of connecting an ipod. The RCA ports on the rear of the unit are a Line-Out. These RCA's only OUTPUT sound. Not an INPUT RCA that you require. The only other method of using an ipod with this stereo is to purchase an FM-Modulator to connect the ipod. Once purchased, you must connect the antenna wire coming from the vehicle to the module, then you must connect the antenna wire coming from the module to the stereo. The other wire will be connected to either a jack or a ipod specific plug depending on the type of modulator used.
Just installed a 'generic' KS-U57 (same as the KS-U58, but terminates in a RCA, $7 on ebay) that has the same black box--except I cracked the black box open and found that it is empty (only contains soldered connections). I imagine that the authentic JVC is the same.
I have a noise problem (engine static), but it is because my mp3 player is charged by the cigarette lighter--unplugging it eliminates the noise, so as far as I can tell, there is no need for a noise filter inside the KS-U57.
For Sony radios you need an aux Bus adapter called the Sony XA 300. It works with the Bus IN RCA, and there whould also be another plug spot for the Bus power and signal interrupter. That is how the Sony knows to access that port.