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ipod mod for non-smokers

smith

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I used a Connects 2 universal ipod connection. This piggybacks the arial, effectivly hardwiring the ipod into the arial circuit and is fed from the back of the head unit up through where the ash tray used to be, so no wires are visible. The sound quality is much better than an itrip ( near CD quality ) and another plus is that you don't have to retune. The unit is also connected to the ignition circuit and charges the ipod when in use. The radio channels work as normal. The ipod plays on 88 mhz and is tuned to button 6. The base is made from milliput. May paint this black to match the facia.
 

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As long as you remember to take it with you when you get out of the car, nothing like leaving things on display,lol

Looks very tidy though
 
Yes look svery neet. If anyone from land rover is hanging around here then maybe we will see it in the next line up :)
 
I used a Connects 2 universal ipod connection. This piggybacks the arial, effectivly hardwiring the ipod into the arial circuit and is fed from the back of the head unit up through where the ash tray used to be, so no wires are visible. The sound quality is much better than an itrip ( near CD quality ) and another plus is that you don't have to retune. The unit is also connected to the ignition circuit and charges the ipod when in use. The radio channels work as normal. The ipod plays on 88 mhz and is tuned to button 6. The base is made from milliput. May paint this black to match the facia.


look the business, do you have a link to the above.
thanks.
 
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