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Anyone had any luck running an ipod through the stereo NOT using the cassette adapter? If it makes a difference, I don't have a CB. I'm not averse to doing some mods but not sure where to start.
 

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you can use an fm modulator
 

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I just put mine in and it works great. In the left fairing side pocket I installed a power point, then bought a itrip fm transmitter. Then all you do is plug in the ipod and plug it in to the power point. Tune your fm to 88.1 or any channel that has no station and it sounds great. I just put ipod and the transmitter in the pocket, set it on shuffle and go. I bought the transmitter at Best-Buy but I think Wal-Mart has them also. Be sure and turn the volume up on the ipod or you can't hear it. Good Luck
 

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the griffin fm modulator that i use powers the ipod or in my case sansa 280r and charges the battery
 

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I purchased an FM modulator from Best Buy, it was made for the ipod. I installed the unit under the seat over the rear fender well. Ran a switched power wire from my handle bar switch block to turn the unit on, and the ipod interface wire under the false tank and out from under left side pocket (with the intercom cord). When I choose to use the ipod, I put it in one of those athletic arm bands and strap it to the tunnel cover, plug it in, turn it on, tune the stereo to a pre-set (87.9) and rock on, I even have control of the ipod too! When turned on, the ipod is charging, when not in use, I roll up the interface cord and tuck it in the left pocket. :D
 
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