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iTouch to play in Mini Cooper car?

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I have bought my wife an iTouch and she has a mini cooper S convertible (Sept 2004)... what do I need to buy so that she can play music through her iTouch in the car speakers?

She has a cassette player hi-fi system with a 6 changer CD in the boot...
Cheapest options please as was told that she would need a complete system (from mini) costing £200 and that she wouldn't be able to play CDS anymore?

Many thanks
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Read up on FM Transmitters. The review below is old now and there will be newer & better transmitters on the market now. If the car has FM radio this looks the cheapest option.

http://www.itreviews.co.uk/hardware/h1138.htm
#2
http://www.iworld.co.uk/iWorldSite/pages/category/category.asp?ctgry=all_iPods_Cassette%20Adapters&cookie%5Ftest=1

if shes got a casette player all she needs to do is stick in that cassette and attach the other piece to the ipod.

edit: dont know 100% if thats ok with itouches :S
#3
Buy her the Griffin i-trip. :santa:
#4
allyn
Buy her the Griffin i-trip. :santa:


I agree these are the best linky! hope this helps :thumbsup:
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think;3799737

only problem is I will need an extension as this will not fit where the cigarette lighter is in the mini...any further ideas?
#7
If you take the car into a mini dealership, they can fit a lead that runs to the glove compartment and you can control the ipod from the mini stereo controls. I think it costs £100 - Bit steep, but a nice tidy option if she is going to use it a lot...

Oops didn't read your post correctly. In that case, you can pick up a transmitter from Dealextreme for about £4. I've got one and it works perfectly.
#8
I have an AudiaX DGT-202 FM Transmitter
Includes car charger & instructions
Converts audio from your mp3 player's headphone jack to a high-quality stereo FM signal for crystal clear sound
Fantastic battery life (Up to 18 hours with one AAA)
This is the newer version of the AudiaX DGT-202 that was upgraded by adding an Auto Off Feature and is CE certified

You can find full details & reviews here http://www.itripstore.co.uk/product/4035/new_audiax_2_fm_transmitter_dgt202.htm

I used this with excellent results, no longer required as I have fitted an audiolink cable from my car stereo to my ipod. The display screen is slightly scratched

Looking for £17 delivered 1st class – can’t guarantee you would get it in time for Xmas though.

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