Easiest way to connect an iPod to a car with no aux input?

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  • eskay
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    I use a jabra cruiser over BT that streams to an FM frequency.

    Premier Icon amplebrew
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    I can recommend a Griffin itrip.

    wrecker
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    As above, however I found they sucked battery so make sure you have a charger.

    sc-xc
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    Have a look at connects2 – I picked up something g for a out £25 that plugged into the back of the stereo.

    2nd the Itrip. Works great (until you travel a bit & a radio station crops up, then you need to re-tune, easy peasy)

    Premier Icon amplebrew
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    I always thought my Griffin itrip charged the ipod as well through the cigarette lighter, but don’t quote me on it.

    Edit – Just checked, the Griffin itrip does charge your ipod as well.

    PeterPoddy
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    Fit an aux input.

    That’s what I did to our Focus. Cost £25 for the genuine Ford kit. Unscrew glovebox, drill hole for socket, plug wire into back of radio.
    Job done.

    bland
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    Got an accord with the sat nav and unfortunately as its a late model the technology is quite old so it has no aux in.

    I can get a box of tricks that plugs into the cd multi changer and kids it but it involves stripping the dash and its about £120

    Is there something like the parrot that will work, be cheaper and easier to install? I’m not sure how these work exactly

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