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Old January 26th, 2005, 09:39 AM   #1
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Hey everyone, I did a search on this and came up with NADA. Does anyone know if it is possible to hook up an i-Pod to the radio w/ Nav? I got so use to being able to listen to MP3's on my old car, that burning regular CD's just plain sucks! I have an i-Pod already and was wondering if it is a pain to hook up. I have seen many of them in cars before.. I am just not sure if it's possible with my Nav and XM activated.

I read somewhere that if you have XM hooked up that the auxillary factory hook up is used up and you can't hook anything else up to it. Anyone know for sure, or what is envolved with hooking one up? Any help would be appreciated.
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Hey everyone, I did a search on this and came up with NADA. Does anyone know if it is possible to hook up an i-Pod to the radio w/ Nav? I got so use to being able to listen to MP3's on my old car, that burning regular CD's just plain sucks! I have an i-Pod already and was wondering if it is a pain to hook up. I have seen many of them in cars before.. I am just not sure if it's possible with my Nav and XM activated.

I read somewhere that if you have XM hooked up that the auxillary factory hook up is used up and you can't hook anything else up to it. Anyone know for sure, or what is envolved with hooking one up? Any help would be appreciated.
I would like to know as well.
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i've read about that but doesn't that require an aux input? the 04's with navi have xm using the aux input. I would like a way to keep xm but add mp3 as well.
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i've read about that but doesn't that require an aux input? the 04's with navi have xm using the aux input. I would like a way to keep xm but add mp3 as well.
This isnt hard to do.......but, it does take ALOT of time.

i have a dvd player and my Ipod hooked up, and i have an '04 with XM.

you need to get a "Y" cord from honda, its about $60.
you will also need the SHOND adaptor as well.
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Old January 27th, 2005, 10:28 PM   #6
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I have pictures of how I mounted my Ipod and connected it to my car with Navi Send me a PM with your e-mail and I will send them to you. I don't know how to post pics on this forum. If some one tells me how to post pics I will be gald to post them here for all to see.

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This isnt hard to do.......but, it does take ALOT of time.

i have a dvd player and my Ipod hooked up, and i have an '04 with XM.

you need to get a "Y" cord from honda, its about $60.
you will also need the SHOND adaptor as well.
also, i just order'd a new dvd playfrom avelectronics and will be installing it monday night.

i will be taking pictures of the install and i post them on here.
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