How to Install an MP3 Player for your car & top-shoppingmall
Though MP3 players are primarily designed to be used with a standard pair of headphones, you can also install one into your car stereo and listen to it over the speakers in your vehicle. How you will do this will depend on exactly what type of car you have. There are two distinct ways to install an MP3 player into a car: you can use what is called an FM transmitter or you can use a standard audio auxiliary cable.
Connect your FM Transmitter to your MP3 player. Typically this involves plugging your FM Transmitter into the power adapter in your car for power, as well as into the headphone jack on your MP3 player. For iPod FM Transmitters, the unit gets plugged into the USB jack on the bottom of the iPod for power.
Tune your FM transmitter to an FM radio station. Use the dials on the FM transmitter's face to do this. The station you are currently tuned to will be displayed on the FM transmitter's LED screen.
Tune your car's FM radio to the same station of your FM transmitter.
Select a song and play it using your MP3 player. The song will now be broadcast by the FM transmitter to the FM station, at which point it will then be received by your car's radio and played over its speakers.
Connect an audio auxiliary cable to the headphone jack on your MP3 player.
Connect the opposite end of the audio auxiliary cable to the audio input on the front of your car's stereo labeled "AUX."
Press the "AUX" button on the face of your car's stereo.
Select a song and play it using your MP3 player. The song will now travel from the MP3 player, through the cable to your car's stereo, then be played by your car's speakers.
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