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Old 02 Oct 2003, 05:36 am
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Default Honda CR-V: how to add an external audio input for MP3 player

I just took delivery of a 2003 CR-V with factory radio with cassette and 6
disk CD player. I would like to add an audio input for my Ipod. Currently, I
use a cassette adapter, but audio quality is less than ideal. This is a
leased car, so I cannot make major changes, at least none that are obvious.
Ideas?


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Old 02 Oct 2003, 08:59 am
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Default Re: Honda CR-V: how to add an external audio input for MP3 player

I am not a Honda expert or anything, but lets see. Since you have both the
cassette deck, and 6 disc changer, I assume one of these is a separate unit
that then feeds into the main head unit right? That being said, what about
"tapping into" that audio line?
"Z1Z" <z1z@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> I just took delivery of a 2003 CR-V with factory radio with cassette and 6
> disk CD player. I would like to add an audio input for my Ipod. Currently,

I
> use a cassette adapter, but audio quality is less than ideal. This is a
> leased car, so I cannot make major changes, at least none that are

obvious.
> Ideas?
>
>



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Old 05 Oct 2003, 04:07 pm
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Default Re: Honda CR-V: how to add an external audio input for MP3 player

The cd player/radio is an integrated factory unit built into the dashboard
of the car. I don't see any obvious mean of tappingot the audio line.

"Shadow of James" <snowleopard99NOSPAM@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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> I am not a Honda expert or anything, but lets see. Since you have both

the
> cassette deck, and 6 disc changer, I assume one of these is a separate

unit
> that then feeds into the main head unit right? That being said, what

about
> "tapping into" that audio line?
> "Z1Z" <z1z@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:FcTeb.1477$E95.499538@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net ...
> > I just took delivery of a 2003 CR-V with factory radio with cassette and

6
> > disk CD player. I would like to add an audio input for my Ipod.

Currently,
> I
> > use a cassette adapter, but audio quality is less than ideal. This is a
> > leased car, so I cannot make major changes, at least none that are

> obvious.
> > Ideas?
> >
> >

>
>



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