Car radio fascia adapter trim to allow the fitting of an aftermarket single din car radio upgrade. I checked out the adaptor Tillytomp has but am a little concerned because the info says, from Discovery 2 April 2002 onwards. I bought a Belkin cassette adapter, cost about 17 pounds, which plugs into the cassette slot, and, the good bit, this works the iPod controls, volume and track change. The Belkin stuff is really good, and designed especially for an iPod. Take a look at this little device: Click to expand. I think the latter maybe for a 98-01 year model and the puy is for 02-04. This shows the adaptor works for models 1998-2006, so the one you found should work if it works for 2002.
I reckon the best settings are piano or acoustic. We reserve the right but are not obligated to review all submissions and edit or remove any image s in any manner which we deem necessary. But if I went for something like this Blaupunkt on ebay to tie me over til I either got mine repaired or replaced. The interface needs to be used with a. You could use Bluetooth, particularly if there's a Bluetooth capability on the radio. These adaptors will convert the non din-sized aperture left after removing the factory stereo to a standard size ready for a new car stereo unit installation.
But best of all same stereo and steering wheel controls. I bought it from a Mac dealership and only discovered it did the clever stuff by accident. The hardest part about replacing a factory radio is finding all the parts needed for the correct year, make and model but we have simplified the process with our factory radio replacement packages. Delighted you found a cheaper one. Analog Discovery 2 is small enough to fit in a pocket, but powerful enough to replace a stack of lab equipment, providing engineering students, hobbyists, and electronics enthusiasts the freedom to work with analog and digital circuits in virtually any environment, in or out of the lab. The interface and radio adapter cable is plug and play, it is used to connect an aftermarket stereo upgrade and retain the use of the volume, track skip and source buttons from the steering wheel with the new radio. This gets the engineering student, hobbyist or electronics enthusiast out of the lab to work with analog or digital circuits in any environment.
Apologies all round, but Belkin and Griffin stuff is sold in all the Apple stores and in the Apple site, so I presume it's of reasonable quality. Apologies all round, but Belkin and Griffin stuff is sold in all the Apple stores and in the Apple site, so I presume it's of reasonable quality. The regular speaker outputs are bit high level for the amp to be honest but I've got used to it after 12 years and there's been no problem with mismatches of the levels or any obvious noise issues. Copyright ©2019 Mouser Electronics, Inc. The steering interface will allow the original audio control buttons on the steering wheel to work with the new aftermarket radio.
So any ideas anybody or indeed if any member had the 110puy for sale let me know please. The high quality finish, colour and texture are designed specifically to maintain the original look of your vehicles interior. I have seen plenty of cheap used versions being offered from the U. Only down side is that the feed comes from the radio and if the phone is plugged in, no radio, its not a problem for me as reception is sometimes poor. Thanks again,thats great ,I get the picture a bit more now. ! This single din trim fills out the gap left below the radio giving a tidy finish to the installation. Now I need the correct adaptor! Sorry again for the mis-information.
I have to be sure about this. Or could I put a large sdhc card inmy phone and even Bluetooth the music. Duty, customs fees and taxes are collected at time of delivery. And it works the controls on the steering wheel. So now am on the lookout for a good used one as an original costs over £1,000.
Right then, I looked at it just to be able to pass on the part number and surprise surprise, it's made by Griffin, not Belkin, and it's called a SmartDeck. Unless its a classic car I don't see the value in paying over the odds for outdated equipment that's not as good as the replacement kit you can buy. The interface will work the volume, track skip and source buttons. Any suggestions very much appreciated asap Please. Does your model have a tape deck? It saves you money, as you won't have to pay someone to do it, and most customers feel a great sense of accomplishment that makes the effort worth it. The only thing you might want to check is if the new unit will support the steering wheel controls if you use them, many do I believe but it's not something I've had experience with.
An alternative option is to purchase a band 2 radio adaptor for your iPod. Each package is vehicle specific and includes everything you need to do the job correct including the dash kit, wire harness and if it applies an antenna adapter. Best, G A thread from the dead indeed- almost five years ago. I'd be interested to know what you think of the sound- you might want to try playing with the equaliser on the iPod to find the optimum sound. Registration is quick and easy and will give you full access to the site and allow you to ask questions or make comments and join in on the conversation.
I've never seen a reliable adapter for a cd player, only for a cassette - good luck if you're still looking. I have to get 2 new tyres and ball joints so they are a high priority right now. A new unit would no doubt have a connection method for external devices such as an mp3 player. And it works the controls on the steering wheel. You can get some pretty small physically sticks with a huge memory these days. .
There was an adaptor available so that the steering wheel controls worked but I didn't bother. Then you can either make up a connector to suit or buy one from somewhere that sells them. These packages are designed for vehicles that only have the standard audio system and will not work in vehicles that feature premium audio sound systems. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. You probably know they also have an adaptor check service online to see if your car is compatible with their products. G Right then, I looked at it just to be able to pass on the part number and surprise surprise, it's made by Griffin, not Belkin, and it's called a SmartDeck.