iPod: Ideas for playing in the car stereo
Posted 24 December 2007 - 10:32 PM
I firstly connected the ipod to car stereo via FM Radio and my god, the sound was terrible, i mean it was that terrible everything was distorted, hissy etc. so i took that back and got my $89.95AUD back and put towards a new CD player with AUX in and USB slot for $199AUD.
Having the iPod connected via USB, it gets charged while you play your music, excellent sound just like a CD. The big downside to this method is: It takes a while to load, by the time it starts playing you can be halfway to where you want to go. The other downside is, the iPod screen shows "Connected" and i can't do ahything with that to selec what i want to play. The CD player itelf plays the files at random which is ok if you're in a hurry, but i still can't select exactly what i want. I can skip a song if i don't want to listen to it and listen to the next one it lays but still not good enough.
Has anyone any ideas on what i can do???
Posted 27 December 2007 - 10:57 AM
Posted 27 December 2007 - 10:46 PM
i went to Australia recently and drove from Sydney to Melbourne (stopping oat various places) and it needed charging every couple of days of driving.
So in answer to your question; if you drove non-stop between two cities in Oz you would
Posted 04 July 2018 - 10:46 AM
the best way i was able to connect my iPod Classic or the ps4 headset under 100 bucks was to connect it from the headphone jack to the AUX IN jack, though this is lesser quality than using the USB, but much better than that FM idea...i can now select what i want to play without witing for it to load...one downside, it runs on pure battery without recharging, but who would drive long enough to run it flat....
Thanks for the info. I have used headphone to the ps4 and car also by this way. But i am looking a good one for my ps4.