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HARMAN/KARDON IPod Drive + Play £22.99 or £26.51 delivered
HARMAN/KARDON IPod Drive + Play £22.99 or £26.51 delivered

HARMAN/KARDON IPod Drive + Play £22.99 or £26.51 delivered

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First post. I have seen this on here recently, but believe that this is the cheapest yet.

Drive + Play puts the familiar iPod menu on a backlit display right on your car?dashboard, where you can read it at a glance. The system is controlled by an intuitive interface that mimics the navigation on your iPod, and is just as easy to use - browse by artist, album, song, genre or composer. Mount it someplace convenient and you can scroll through playlists or switch tracks at your leisure, all while keeping your eyes on the road.

Simple controls: The control knob is virtually identical to iPod?Click Wheel so it is immediately familiar to iPod users. With three mounting bases for the most comfortable placement, the Drive Play will be your right-hand man.

Nerve center: The brain is the hidden central hub of the Drive Play. You can connect your iPod and place them both out of sight under a seat, in the glovebox or in the centre console, with no messy wires and no chance for damage to your iPod. It even charges your iPod when it?plugged in.

Multiple mounting options: You can connect Drive Play in one of two ways. Use a 3.5mm audio line output or the wireless FM transmitter with five preset frequencies.

Auxiliary in: The unit has a second auxiliary input to provide access to other audio devices like navigation or mobile phone without unplugging your iPod.

Compatibility: The Drive Play works with 3rd, 4th, 5th generation iPods, iPod mini and iPod nano.

* Harman Kardon Drive

Manufacturers link; - harmankardon.com/pro…e=C

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Thanks for the pic Pedro

Note this is the US version with the wireless transmitter not the UK version which is wired.

Thanks for including the P+P in the title:thumbsup: Heat added:thumbsup:


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Bucky4321;2451998

Note this is the US version with the wireless transmitter not the UK … Note this is the US version with the wireless transmitter not the UK version which is wired.



You can connect Drive Play in one of two ways. Use a 3.5mm audio line output or the wireless FM transmitter with five preset frequencies.


So wired or wireless - the choice is yours

Interesting bit of kit, but FM transmitters are junk! Wired just means even more cables in the car to fiddle with....

Brewer;2453077

Interesting bit of kit, but FM transmitters are junk! Wired just means … Interesting bit of kit, but FM transmitters are junk! Wired just means even more cables in the car to fiddle with....



And the other choice is .......:whistling: ...........:?

rozza38;2452851

You can connect Drive Play in one of two ways. Use a 3.5mm audio line … You can connect Drive Play in one of two ways. Use a 3.5mm audio line output or the wireless FM transmitter with five preset frequencies. So wired or wireless - the choice is yours



As it's stated "Use a 3.5mm audio line output". This will only work if you have an AUX in connection to your car stereo. The UK version has an optional fm modulator inside the kit which connects to the back of your aerial connection on your stereo (this method produces a clearer sound and also means you can set it to any frequency you want instead of using one of the 5 presets).

I have an UK version of this and my friend has the US version. You can notice the quality in the playback.

Bucky4321;2453673

As it's stated "Use a 3.5mm audio line output". This will only work if … As it's stated "Use a 3.5mm audio line output". This will only work if you have an AUX in connection to your car stereo. The UK version has an optional fm modulator inside the kit which connects to the back of your aerial connection on your stereo (this method produces a clearer sound and also means you can set it to any frequency you want instead of using one of the 5 presets).I have an UK version of this and my friend has the US version. You can notice the quality in the playback.



Lucky I have aux in eh!:thumbsup:

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Bucky4321;2453673

As it's stated "Use a 3.5mm audio line output". This will only work if … As it's stated "Use a 3.5mm audio line output". This will only work if you have an AUX in connection to your car stereo. The UK version has an optional fm modulator inside the kit which connects to the back of your aerial connection on your stereo (this method produces a clearer sound and also means you can set it to any frequency you want instead of using one of the 5 presets).I have an UK version of this and my friend has the US version. You can notice the quality in the playback.



Surprise, surprise Bucky eh? Is that not the case with any hardwire Vs wireless product. Of course you can notice the difference in quality. The beauty of wireless is portability and ease of set up.

Lets face it, if you were after quality sound, you would buy a decent in car player rather than using an ipod and an interface device.
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