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Zoe Maree

Usb Through Car Stereo.

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Wanting to play music from ipods or phones etc through the car how do i go about doing that? I have a 54 plate streetka is it easy to install if its possible?

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aux imput... what unit do you have?

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often an aux cable can be hidden behind the glovebox, but it depends on the unit you have in the car.

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Dont believe that it has the capability to have the aux in, your best bet is to sell this stereo, and get a combination of hardware, I read somewhere that you can get the 6006 and buy a "Connects2" device that allows you to connect Aux, USB etc onto it without issue.

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You can buy a fascia adaptor off ebay to allow fitting of an aftermarket single or double din radio.

Not sure if your car has a steering column remote or not but if it does then an interface adaptor to match whichever radio you go for would also be needed.

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On looking myself, the Ka will only take single din radios but loads of fascia adaptors are available.

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Not sure what a single din radio is, so il need to search this if all fails il just need to use a cd, sounds alot of work for just a cable this is all if i can get the stereo working!!

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A single din radio is a standard sized one that used to be seen in most cars.

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Basically, you have two styles of Radio:

Single DIN is about the width / depth of the average TV remote control, whereas a double DIN unit is about the width / depth of two remotes side by side.

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I have a 6 cd changer just noticed does that have an aux bit for the cable in the back of the unit its tricky to get out so could someone tell me before i break it :( x

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If you have an AUX button ob the radio you will be able to connect a cable.

No button = no port.

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Keep us updated on how you get on.

TBH there is only so much you can do with an original stereo :)

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