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    Anyone have to buy these?

    Thanks to no audio streaming, I had to get these bad boys. Check your calendar, it's not 2001.

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    I just use the aux in port with my cell phone.

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    ^ this
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    I had some kicking around.

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    Thanks for the chuckle. I think I have a stack around here somewhere too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    Thanks for the chuckle. I think I have a stack around here somewhere too.
    Now I have a stack too. Only 49 left to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy View Post
    I just use the aux in port with my cell phone.

    Because of distracted driving laws I'm not using the AUX when I drive because I have to pick up the phone to change songs.

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    I'm rocking a rotation of MP3 CDs right now while I wait to find the perfect double din deck.

    I have a cellphone mount and aux cable but I honestly find the quality pretty hard to handle and avoid using it at all costs. Bluetooth even sounds better than aux (as much as I hate to admit it).

    Stereo audio from crappy DACs in standard cellphones was just not meant to be EQ'd to 4+ speakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacewolf View Post
    I'm rocking a rotation of MP3 CDs right now while I wait to find the perfect double din deck.

    I have a cellphone mount and aux cable but I honestly find the quality pretty hard to handle and avoid using it at all costs. Bluetooth even sounds better than aux (as much as I hate to admit it).

    Stereo audio from crappy DACs in standard cellphones was just not meant to be EQ'd to 4+ speakers.
    I found I had to turn the volume up quite a bit with the aux, thought it was normal. The volume isn't any better with cds that I have in .WAV format since I can't find a decent mp3 converter from iTunes formats.

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    The boost setting on the factory deck for AUX input is a must, I think I have mine set to 2.

    Why would iTunes be defaulting to .WAV? Are you using iTunes on Windows? Performance for iTunes on Windows is pretty terrible IMHO but it has the ability to convert between file types natively. You should be able to convert what you have downloaded in your library to .mp3, mpeg-4 or .m4a. Conversely, Windows Media player has the same conversion features built in so you could use that as well to convert and burn mp3 CDs (if you are indeed on Windows).



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