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How can I add an auxilary jack to my car stereo?

I have a JVC KD-LH910 and it doesn't have an auxiliary input in either the front or the back. I don't have the money for a new stereo and I don't want to use an FM transmitter of any sort. So I would really appreciate it if you helped me with my problem. Thanks

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The best solution if you are using the speaker outputs to power your system, though you specifically opposed it, is an FM modulator. If you are running any external amplifiers and only 1 set of RCA preamp outputs you could add a "switch" to the preamp input of your amp(s) to select between the headunit and an auxilliary source. I do not, however reccomend this as you may clip the preamp circuits and damage the amps. FM modulators actually do a good job of reproducing the frequency range and, if installed correctly, will not add a great deal of "noise" to the system.

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