ipod in a 02 nissan sentra se-r spec v?
hey, i need some help por favor...
ok, so... im sure many of u have heard so many people complain about this...
i want to hook up my ipod to my 02 nissan sentra se-r spec v. ive looked around online and i cant seem to find any good solution to this. and i definitely do not want to end up using one of those crappy fm transmitters. if u guys have any suggestions, please give me some.
cuz this is really pissing me off since i cant find anything.
Get one of them adaptors for headpfohnses to RCA and run it straight to youir deck, thats' what I did
I mean you could spend a mint for a bay or adaptor but why not just do what is easiest?
yah! sorry about the spelling, im kinda.... not sober... (i really tried
this time :mrgreen: )
but yah, works like a damn, they cocme with some sets of speakers for computers, that's what I used, it even has a built in volumse controle into the wire that i mounted. Better sounds quality than sending an fm signal too.
i have no idea wut ur talking about. wut kind of adapter r u talking about? go into more detail on this thingy. it sounds intriguing.
take a look at http://www.apple.com/ipod/accessories.html
iPod has a Auto Integration and Car Stereo Solutions that will be comming
out for nissan. I suggest you wait until its available.
Many companies are starting to build interfaces that will allow you
to interface the ipod to your exsisting deck. Monster cable will have
an adapter available soon called iCruze. You can check it out at http://www.monstercable.com/computer/mac.asp#iPod.
Logjamelectronics also has a solution available -http://www.logjamelectronics.com/soundalns1.html
Nissan as I mentioned before will also be comming out with a solution.
I don't know what features the Nissan interface will have interms of
navigating through the ipod's music library, but I'm hoping that
it will be more capable than Monstercable's and Logjamelectronics' simple solution. Both Monstercable and Logjamelectronics only allows you to search the first n playlists on your ipod (where n is the number of cd changer select buttons you have on your deck). For your Spec V, you have 6 buttons; therefore you can only search through the first 6 playlists.
All the above mention manufactures should be taking notes from Alpine
when it comes to integrating the iPod to a head unit. If you want to
see an excellent solution take a look at what Alpine has done -
http://www.alpine-usa.com/driveyouripod. Alpines' iPod interface allows
you to search by playlist, artist, and album. When I say search by playlist
, artist, and album, I mean all your playlists, all your artists, and all your albums that are stored on the iPod. For a clearer idea how it works, go through their demo at the above mentioned site. After seeing this solution, I'm tempted to go Alpine.