Yup! You need an FM modulator that is wired in between your radio and antenna. That's really the only way to prevent interference.95Intrepisize said:Is it possible to get an FM Transmitter that works without interference for under $100?
That's exactly what I'm using cuz I still have an mp3 cd player I stuffed under the passenger's seat with its own remote, I tucked the tape's wire under the atc bezel so you don't even see it, ghetto but it works.ltrain01rt said:My friend had the monster cable one... it was like $75 at Best Buy. It worked pretty well... it's hard to get a clear channel here in Orlando though because we have so many radio stations. I ended up just getting one of those tapes like you would use with a portable CD player. It was 10 bucks at wal-mart and works pretty well.
would this work with a 93 intrepid with the stock radio?windowpane said:Various ones go for around 50 and up I cannot remember any brand names though but found this in less than a minute and much cheaper than I had seen on a couple of ones people had been talking about on the 300mclub board a while back.
what would happen if i connected the tunecast to the antenna with the wired fm modulator? would that work, or would that mess something up?Brownsound said:The Belkin Tunecast II is what I use. The sound is pretty damn good and it allows you to tune into radio stations from 88.0 to 108.0 I use mine with this little mod: http://www.jiggybyte.com/tunecast.php and it's perfect, although this mod causes it to eat up batteries so I have mine hooked up to the 12V.
If you hook up that antenna cable to a household cable tv pigtail and hook that up to a cable signal amplifier you can get a good 500 metre range on that badboy. I used to use mine to play music on my buddy's speaker system the next street over.stubborn0001 said:I soldered an antenna onto the tunecast and it works perfectly now, I can get a signal in my car while it's parked on the street while my ipod and tunecast is in my room at the back of the house