I have been looking for something that will work with my 2G MP3 player. The only ones I can find are for ipods. Does anyone know of one that will work. I want to be able to play this in my car or on my home theater system. Any suggestions would be great!! Thanks!!
The best way to get it on your home theater system (best sound quality) would be to purchase one of these adapter cables:
This of course is a wired solution. If you want a wireless solution or want to use FM transmitting:
Well, depending where you are, there are stores that sell fm tuners for about 30 $. These fm tuners are universal. They just plug in the earphone jack and you tune to 88.1 mhz. It works with batteries or even the ones made for cars, you plug it in the cigarette jack. So go see at radio shack or best buy. They have for sure, im in canada and well they have like 4 diferrent models ! Be sure to ask someone there, its easier that way !
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Hi there, Check near where you plug the adapter into the cd player, it should tell you what power input it requires - 6 volts or something, then head to your nearest elctrical store and find a replacement.
The iPod Classic OS is same as the Nano. However, it looks to be so close as to come with the same settings checks off. The code to run the FM tuner is on the Classic and should have been disabled but Apple must have forgotten to turn it off.
Hi iPods do not come with FM tuners. FM tuners can be bought and added on as an extra feature, but this is a third party device, not an iPod device.
Generally, when you connect the third party FM tuner to the iPod, the iPod will recognize it and you can use the 3rd party FM tuner to change stations.
If you do not have the FM tuner to connect to the iPod, the individual that sold you the iPod did not include the FM tuner to connect to the the iPod. In that case, the Menu will still list the FM tuner, but there is no device to connect to the iPod.
you would need to purchase an aftermarket devise to send an rf signal to the fm tuner- there are also fm modulators the have a direct connection to to antenna plug on the rear or the radio- your radio does not have any jack for a direct connection or controls for it to operate an ipod or mp3