Tape casette adapter isn't the "best" way. You lose A LOT of sound quality through a tape adapter. An AUX adapter keep the music digital quality, and sound quality isn't lost.PhantomGrey said:Tape cassete adapter.
I never liked iPods at first either. I thought it was all about hype and people get too obsessed with them and all. I went from a Sony Walkman CD Player to a Sandisk Sansa e250 and now an iPod Video. Well, the Sandisk broke so I needed a replacement, and I had to choose between the iPod Video, the Zune, and a Zen Micro Photo 8GB. I chose the iPod because the what I've heard from the Zune, that when you trade songs via Wi-fi, it only lasts 3 days or 3 plays, it was bulky, and it was hard to navigate using the buttons. Also, it has the same resolution as the iPod but on a slightly bigger, wider screen, so the video quality on the iPod is better. The Zen on the other hand, was cheap for its price but I read reviews about it breaking, and the controls suck. I purchased the iPod because there are many accessories for it, it's easy to use, and it's not as bulky as the Zune. Also, the video quality is better, and you can actually buy high quality videos from iTunes, unlike the Zune Marketplace, where all you can get are songs. However, the Zune does havea built in FM tuner that tells you what song is being played on the air. But yeah, so I bought the iPod, not because of hype or because other people like it. I bought it because it's a good buy for the money, it looks nice, simple to use, and there's a lot of stuff out there for it. And no, I didn't turn into some iPod obsessed person. Hahhaa. All I bought for it was an eVo3 case and that's it.JSM1284 said:I will break any ipod I see, i just dont like them. They are taking over the world, End Short rant.
I think he meant CD player with casette player built in.CamrySExxx said:^really...my 04 came with a cd player.......
Those cables will work, but those are pricey. You can get some generic ones from any Best Buy or Circuit City for much much cheaper and they'll work the same.alexk3954 said:Are these the cables I need?
Yes, that will work... except I don't think it comes with the RCA<->Mini cable.alexk3954 said:Even better
is that everything I would need?
How much did you spend on your Headunit and the adapter?Frank20 said:Or you could always buy a new headunit. Some companies offer an ipod adapter that hooks up to the back of the deck and allows you to control your ipod using the controls off the headunit, and it also charges your ipod when it is hooked up. I have the Pioneer one which works awesome. I can search by song, album, artist, genre, etc, using the controls off my deck while my ipod is locked in my glovebox. Other companies that offer this are Alpine, Kenwood, JVC, and i'm sure more but i just can't think of them.