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Iphone To Car

   I own a 2006 Toyota Avalon XLS and I would like to be able to listen to music from my iPhone 5. I don’t have a USB port or a 3.5mm jack in the car. My car has the navigation system which therefor takes away the cassette adapter capability.  I would like a cheap, reliable option to look to. I would like Bluetooth but my main priority is being able to listen to my music over my cars speakers. If there is a device that plays music while simultaneously charging, that would be nice but again, not necessary.

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Re: Iphone To Car

You could use a FM transmitter like this one: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/corded-fm-transmitter-for-apple-174-ipod-174-and-iphone-174/2490866.p;js...

But you will also need the 30-pin to Lightning adapter.
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Re: Iphone To Car

Hey 7Seas50,
 
If your car has a standard cassette player, then you could also use a cassette adapter. These adapters connect to mobile phones and MP3 players using the regular 3.5mm headphone jack and don't usually require any adjustments to your stereo's pre-set stations to function.
 
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Aaron,

The OP said they have a navigation unit without cassette and besides that no car I have seen with a navi head unit have a outdated tape deck Smiley Wink
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Re: Iphone To Car

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Well, that was a reading fail on my part. Completely missed the "no tape deck" bit.

 

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