Question about Clarion DB-235 CD Player
Your receiver does not have an AUX input, so you will need an adapter. Should be easy enough to find, there are many to choose from. Just go to any electronics store. What wires you'll need to connect will depend on what type of AUX accessory you buy. It could plug into the lighter, it may need to be wired.
You could also use an FM modulator. They work well enough in my experience(I'd stay away from Belkin though). This would probably be the cheapest solution and you would still use the AUX inputs and would not have to install/uninstall anything, just plug and play and run your antenna. You may want to wire the power to the 12v power wire on the back of your stereo if the FM modulator needs to be plugged into the lighter, if not then don't bother and just use the lighter to power the satellite radio receiver. :-)
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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