Question about Car Audio & Video
Not directly. You can connect an FM transmitter to the MP3 player and play it through the radio, but you cannot connect the MP3 player directly.
Posted on Jul 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The multichanger has to be connected,with a cd in, but then the head unit will play whatever is fed to the bus in sockets. This effectively means the multichanger is playing to itself. If you want both to work, use a pair of piggy back rca leads into the head unit, one to the cd, one to the mp3. Then break into the cd leads and feed one of the pairs, one +ve, one -ve to a double pole switch so that you cut the sound from the cd allowing the mp3 in. To play cd's, flick the switch.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
Yes you can. You will need to get an RF adapter and connect it using the antenna or an RF adapter that send out a signal and tuen your radio with either one.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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