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Why didn't you just get a iTrip or similar and tune the radio to the designated frequency and listen to it that way?
 

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because it is the worst quality ever. I had Itrip-mini. I fell for the bs and donated the $$. Total waste.
 

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Another alternative can be to skip the switch altogether and connect the iPod to a 3.5mm jack fitted to your dashboard somewhere. Female 3.5mms have extra connections that detect whether something is plugged in or not.
 

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Can you guys give me a better link, that isnt working anymore. I have also heard bad things about these fm transmitters not being clear. I'm getting a Nano for xmas and going to immediately try it in the spectra, so any recent pointers would be interested.
 

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Thats cool. I'm glad you sent me the links, I looked and found a Harman Kardon drive + play ipod device. I planned on keeping the factory radio so figured that work good.

Could you tell me if the factory 05 sx stereo has aux in?
 

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I just bought an 06 spectra and want to use my Ipod. The FM transmitters are awful. Can I do the modulator in my spectra.
 

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The stock unit in the Spectra isnt set up to plug an iPod into it. You will have to go the aftermarket headunit route like I did.
 
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