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I use a cassette adapter to allow external audio equipment to play through the Wing's present system.
 

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i use an fm modulator made by dlo
 

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Yes sir you can......

You can contact these people and send your radio in to have them fix it to use and ipod.......http://www.sierra-mc.com/

Or if you are good at taking stuff apart and following directions and doing some soldering......here is a DIY link......

http://www.sheriart.net/honda/
 

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Hey Big D...you can find the cassette adapter at Radio Shack.....it is where I got mine...before I did the radio mod.

It is a cassette with a wire coming from it....you put the cassette in the player and then plug your ipod to the jack on the wire coming from it..


Here is a link to one at radio shack.........http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3932756
 

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Thanks Bameagle! We have something like that that we used in our car, but also had a plug that plugged into the cigarette lighter. Would that work?
 

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Thanks Bameagle! We have something like that that we used in our car, but also had a plug that plugged into the cigarette lighter. Would that work?
I'd think the cig lighter plug would be for power, which the cassette doesn't need; your iPOD might. I have an older iPOD that 's good for about 3hrs. I recently bought a Sony MP3-vid-etc player for like $55 that has a battery that lasts up to 50hrs on a charge. With that one, I don't need to plug it in on the bike. BTW, I also have the casette with wire hookup.
 

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Aspencades and SE's are a little more involved, while an Interstate has the 1/8" plug just under the left pocket which can be pulled out
 
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