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Old 17 Mar 2013, 12:06 am
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Default What ipod cable is best for Honda pilot 2003?

Which kind of ipod adapter is the best? I've tried two version of Monster cables and they were both pretty static-y. Which one should I buy?
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Old 17 Mar 2013, 12:20 am
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As long as there is no dust on the jack or inside the jack hole any cable should work, even the ones from the 99 cents store, it is all depending on the quality of the music, if you dont have high quality music, then your sound will be static-y. Try the rhapsody trial, they have high quality music available for free for 14 days and you can test the auxiliary cable,































it might also have something to do with your speakers, if they are the stock ones from the factory, then they are 10 years old and it might be time for an upgrade.
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