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Playing my Ipod through a JVC-S733R, Best resuls

Hiya, What is the best and cheapest way of playing my I POD through my JVC-S733R, there is no aux in on the front of the unit. Also will it display on the head unit. Thanks....Bob

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Hello bob2154,

Well, best and cheapest are mutually exclusive.

The best way would be to replace the head unit with perhaps the newer JVC KD-DV5400 which does have an aux input on the front. If you order from Crutchfield and use my referral number, you'll save $20 and shipping is free. www.crutchfield.com
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If you want the cheapest way, I recommend using an iPod FM adapter. Here's a link to buy.com which sells the Belkin F8Z075 fro $37.49 plus shipping.

http://www.buy.com/retail/product.asp?sku=202494906&listingid=37031845&dcaid=17902

Most older head units cannot directly translate the data from MP3/MP4's so your head unit will probably display something like "UNKNOWN TITLE".

Hope this helps.

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