Hey im lookin for a good fm transmitter to connect the jvc with my itouch, and i wanna know if there is some kind of aux input or any kind of input in the jvc to have better reception for the transmitter.
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The KD-S570 does not support an Aux device (MP3 or phone) either with a Bluetooth or 3.5 mm connection directly. There are FM modulator or FM transmitter to Aux device retrofit kits that you can build/buy. (The FM transmitters require less work but can have lower sound quality.) The manual and specifications for the KD-S570 are available from the product support site: http://support.jvc.com/consumer/product.jsp?modelId=MODL026430 .
You can connect your IPOD in this radio.All you need is an Apple Composite AV Cable part# MB129LL/A. It's about $50 online. Once you have that cable, you can connect it to the AUX Input jack in front of your radio and then you can play your tracks from your IPOD.
With out an input jack you cannot connect straight to your head unit. The RCA out puts only send a signal out. Your best bet is use an FM transmitter for your Ipod. The sound wont be as good but I can't think of another way with buying a new head unit.
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
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.
If your autochanger has an input as well as an output connector it will be possible. The iPod adapter would have to be plugged into the changer's input, and the changer's output cable would run to the KD-G421.
This manual here from JVC shows a diagram on the middle of page 1 where an i-Pod adapter (I'm assuming you have the KS-PD100) is connected daisy-chained with an XM tuner or a DLP unit. Although it doesn't explicitly say that it would work with a CD changer, I don't think it'll be a problem as long as you have an input on the changer.
Normally, your JVC Car Stereo will not allow direct connection to an Apple iPod.
However, there are several aftermarket interface adaptor that will allow you to do so:
1. Connect the iPod to a JVC KS-PD100 which in turn is connected to the CD changer jack of the KD-G720 (rear of the unit). Set the stereo to CD changer external input setting and you're ready to go;
2. Connect the iPod to an FM Transmitter such as the Griffin iTrip (w/ Dock connector) which in turn will broadcast the IPod music as an FM signal. Operating the KD-G720 on FM radio setting will receive the IPod's broadcast music.
Hope this be of some help to you. Pls post again how things turn up. Good luck and kind regards.