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Car audio and mp3 player

I posted another question somewhere else in here but I bought a jack to plug it into the lighter of my car and play it. It comes on but with plenty of static and even with my mp3 player and the radio jacked it still doesn't play that loud. Any ideas???

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Turn volume up all the way on goGear, then turn volume up on your car stereo.

Static is caused by the headphone moving around in the jack - find a place where the GoGear can sit relatively still w/o shuffling, etc.

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