Question about Sony Network Walkman NW-HD3 MP3 Player
I have a new sony nwz-728 mp3 player that I would like to connect to my pioneer deh-5800mp in dash stereo that will transmit the best sound. How do I go about this connection?
Thanks in advance
I am not specifically familiar with the DEH-5800MP but many car stereos these days have an input jack on the faceplate (or under it) which is used to connect the stereo to a MP3 player using a special cable which is available from the manufacturer.
If your stereo doesn't have an input jack, there are other options. One popular method is to connect a wireless transmitter like this one to your MP3 player set to an empty FM radio frequency which you can receive using your car stereo
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