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    confused USB Socket/Aux In

    Was gonna get one of these

    http://www.justkenwood.co.uk/stock01/kosa200.asp

    Abyone got one? like it cos it's completely hidden and the track names etc come through the RDS on the radio.

    What ya reckon?

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    Looks good to me!
    I bought one similar to this - ebay Item number: 300121036919 - just to test its use really. The one I have has a ciggy lighter power adaptor too. Transmits to a range of about 100 feet so its great to watch the faces on other drivers as their radio stations refuse to play what they want!
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    I have an InPhase mp3 stereo. its amazing but i think you will loose steering controls. i havent got an adaptor and dont know if one will work tbh

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    Of course i won't loose steering wheel controls, it's basically a fancy FM modulator with USB and Aux in.
    The origonal Stereo will be intact, gotta go down that route cos i got a CD70 sat-nav and color screen, don't wanna loose all that.

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    This company also trades as bluespot.co.uk for blaupunkt and clarionworld.co.uk for ?????

    Me and a mate have bought stuff off them in the past and no probs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astrase20 View Post
    Looks good to me!
    I bought one similar to this - ebay Item number: 300121036919 - just to test its use really. The one I have has a ciggy lighter power adaptor too. Transmits to a range of about 100 feet so its great to watch the faces on other drivers as their radio stations refuse to play what they want!

    Do you get a good signal from this? I had one from my ipod and the bass notes were fuzzy. :-(

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    dunno aint bought it yet! was asking to see if anyone has before i commit.

    Just saw it for £89 too, bargain

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    tempting at that price.. would it be cheaper / produce better results with a new head unit with a 3.5mm input ??

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    doubt it but i ain't taking out sat nav

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    If you have the time/inclination I reckon you could fit your own 3.5mm socket onto the CD70. IIRC it has a line-in at the back that people have wired their bluetooth units to, so it must be an option to use a switch blank for a 3.5mm socket and wire a couple of connections to the line-in at the back.

    Depends on the gain on the line in I suppose.
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