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Mp3 or rca input in a makita 18 volt radio

Hey is there a way to open up a makita Lithiun ion radio and install a line in input for MP3  or ipod

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    in short, yes there is a way to do it, but i think if someone was capable of wiring it up they wouldnt need instructions.



    if you want to give it a shot, just follow the line to the feed into the speaker and then locate the line running power. all you really need to do is hook into those.



    the bmr100w radio actually comes mp3 and ipod ready.

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You can buy a fm transmitter for about 15 bucks that will allow you to connect via radio.

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