Cool.....I will check that out....thanks DarthFrom what I am reading your kenwood's RCA are pre-amp outs there may be an adapter to turn the cd changer plug into a AUX-in, but you would have to get the adapter. The Kenwood CA-C1AUX might be what you need. Do some research and see if it works with your HU. If it does I would say that this is the way to go.
What? I live just north of Chicago and my daily commute brings me even closer to the city. My FM transmitter kicks right through the OTA noise and brings a surprisingly clear signal.Hello everybody and thanks for your cool info. Being that I live in the city an FM transmitter would be a bad option.
Really?? I guess that would depend on how good the transmitter is. Probably those off the side bootleg ones have sucky reception.What? I live just north of Chicago and my daily commute brings me even closer to the city. My FM transmitter kicks right through the OTA noise and brings a surprisingly clear signal.
But, hey ...it's your reception perception that counts.
Yea, that's that I'm doing....I bought a Kenwood HU but it only has RCA pre-outs. So now I'm selling the Kenwood and going after a Pioneer HU that has an aux input, that will be a whole lot better for me and my MP3.I have a belkin FM transmitter that sucks because it can transmit on 4 channel only. If you get one, buy one that you can select multiple stations for better reception. If your HU has a AUX-IN jack that would be better to use.