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so on mine 05 Envoy Denali, i have actually the bose system which has the choice for cd/aux. I know a most cars these days come with a aux port of some kind to plug in a ipod. Ns think i have looked everywhere, but cant it seems to be ~ to find a aux port of any kind in my brand-new truck. is there one? if not, what deserve to i carry out to hook up mine ipod?
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You must hook up an adapter come the wire harness of your radio like this one.http://www.crutchfield.com/p_469GM12AX2/Precision-Interface-Electronics-GM12-AUXv2.html?tp=1672The adapter over requires a "band" button. Not sure if this one works with bose therefore someone here may chime in. That is probably best to execute a search on the tasiilaq.net site with the keyword such as "mp3 adapter". There are various other adapters obtainable as well.You can also go come the crutchfield website as well and put in your truck details such together year, bose, and also if you have a cd changer. This should allude you in the right direction.http://www.crutchfield.com/app/car/carselector.aspx?lp=/app/Car/MyCar.aspx
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http://www.crutchfield.com/p_581PA11GM/USA-Spec-iPod-Interface.html?tp=120This is the one i purchased......and LOVE IT! ns tried the isimple and also it didn"t work-related well for me. I have the ceiling bones no bose single CD. Ns bought the USASPEC indigenous a different site for much cheaper---couldn"t be happier :m2:
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You should hook increase an adapter come the cable harness of your radio like this one.http://www.crutchfield.com/p_469GM12AX2/Precision-Interface-Electronics-GM12-AUXv2.html?tp=1672The adapter over requires a "band" button. Not certain if this one works with bose so someone here may chime in.
I have actually this one running on Bose 6-CD HU. Functions pretty well and also sounds great. The crutchfield website looks prefer it has some poor information though. You need a "band" button but it uses the "seek-up"/"seek-down" buttons to move to aux. In enhancement you need to have an external maker (CD changer, XM slave, etc.) for this adapter come work.
http://www.crutchfield.com/p_581PA11GM/USA-Spec-iPod-Interface.html?tp=120This is the one ns purchased......and LOVE IT! ns tried the isimple and it didn"t occupational well for me. I have actually the bare bones no bose solitary CD. Ns bought the USASPEC indigenous a different site for much cheaper---couldn"t be happier :m2:
Does the USASPEC permit you manage the mp3 player indigenous the radio? I have actually seen part that also display the track name on the radio. Walk you notification if it supports Zune players?
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Does the USASPEC permit you regulate the mp3 player from the radio? I have actually seen part that also display the track surname on the radio. Walk you notification if it support Zune players?
Yes in Hybrid Mode. There are 2 settings "HYBRID" and also "DIRECT". Direct mode way full regulate of your ipod from the an equipment itself. Hybrid mode allows you usage your radio and/or steering wheel controls to carry out some functions. It does screen artist and title but it restricted due to the amount of text allowed by our factory radios. Zune I"m not sure about......check out this website for more info-this is where I ordered mine.http://www.mp3carpros.com/-J
Yes in Hybrid Mode. There space 2 modes "HYBRID" and "DIRECT". Direct mode means full regulate of your ipod from the machine itself. Hybrid mode lets you use your radio and/or steering wheel controls to perform some functions. It does display artist and title but it restricted due come the lot of text permitted by our factory radios. Zune I"m not certain about......check the end this site for an ext info-this is where I notified mine.http://www.mp3carpros.com/-J


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