Question about JVC KD-G310 CD Player
This particular cd player doesn't have an auxilliary input and I want to connect my ipod on a direct line and stay away from fm transmitters. I have been trying to find the right connector and really haven't had any luck. Any suggestions?
Try this, you can connect thru CD Changer Input, that called J-Link. There is cables, that goes from J-Link to 3.5 mm jack.
So you need to buy on the ebay "JVC J-Link to 3.5 mm".
Best regards, Zhenya.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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From reading the manual on your deck, you do not have an Auxilliary input for something like a MP3 player. now if you want to hear your MP3 player on the Deck , you will need to get you a Fm transmitter with auxilliary input. I think they have those at Best Buy. Thats where you hook your MP3 head phone output to the AUXilliary input on the FM transmitter. You would have to tune your Tuner on the deck to the frequency of the Transmitter. Coolest thing to do with your Deck is to download all the songs you love in MP3 format on your computer, and burn about 150 to 250 of those songs on one CDR. Then play that in your deck.
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