2012年2月24日星期五

How do I Connect a Car Radio to my Mp3 Player

how to connect car radio to mp3 player

The majority of car radios can not only play music, broadcast but also play audio coming from the MP3 player in the following three ways. You can really ease the trouble of storing abundant music, CDs and audio cassettes in the car, since after the connection between the car and the MP3 player is made, you can directly access the music library. You can have ways to make it, either per using the auxiliary connection or per using the tape deck conversion. For the first one, it can be applied in the cars with the suitable inputs; for the second choice, it is used mainly by the older raidos with an audio cassette deck.

Now we OemCarGps get started with the Auxiliary Connection-how to connect car radio to mp3 player.

Step 1
Find out the location of the auxiliary connection input on the car radio. Maybe it is a small port on the front of the radio deck named as "Aux," sometimes it can be an input between the driver and passenger seats. Of course, you can find it somewhere else. Some trunks even come with connector for mounting multi-CD devices.
Step 2
You should link a male-to-male 3.5 mm audio cord to the input, and then connect the other end to the MP3 player's output port.
Step 3
Switch the car's audio input to use the auxiliary port. In this step you can turn to your car or radio manual for detailed instructions.
Step 4
Play the MP3 player file to start listening to music. The playback volume depends on the MP3 player's volume control and the car radio's volume control.

Secondly, let’s make it through the Tape Deck Conversion.

Step 1
You need to insert an MP3 player cassette adapter into the car radio's cassette deck. Make sure that the cord connected to the adapter reaches out of the deck without snagging or kinking.
Step 2
The connection between the cassette adapter's 3.5 mm connection cable and the headphone jack on the MP3 player should be made. Turn the MP3 player on and play an audio file.
Step 3
Play the cassette deck to enjoy music stored in the MP3 player. You can have access to the control of the volume either per the car radio's controls or per the MP3 player's built-in volume settings.

The last way is through the Radio Broadcast.

Step 1
You should connect a radio broadcast device to the MP3 player.
Step 2
Put away the MP3 player and connected radio tuner in the car, in close proximity to the radio receiver. When the MP3 player is moved farther from the receiver, the reception will degrade. Besides you have to notice that the sound quality often changes since it is transmitted from different points.
Step 3
Turn the car radio on and set the tuner to a dead frequency. When frequency shared by a radio station is used, the sound quality will be affected by the interference.
Step 4

Switch the radio broadcast device to use the same frequency as the car radio. Play the file to start listening. The majority of radio broadcasting devices just allows volume control by the oem car stereo controls.
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