Using Incredible in the car - PandoraSupport


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    spence341 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have a 98 Trans Am and want to listen to Pandora in the car over the stock Stereo system. It does not have a cassette player nor AUX jacks. Has anyone found anything that works well? I bought a FM modulator from Belkin, but the sound quality stinks.
     

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    Alfast Well-Known Member

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    Buy a new stereo
     
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    necosino Well-Known Member

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    I got a Belkin FM transmitter and use Pandora and the sound quality is amazing. :)
     
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    spence341 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Which one do you have?
     
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    necosino Well-Known Member

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    Not sure. I'll have to look next time I'm in my car. It has a USB port and does 1A output for charging, with a green/red LED that shows when it is putting out the full 1A (when the phone is charging).
     
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    radio_flier_18 New Member

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    hi spence341,

    I (well, my WIFE) had the same issue in her '97.

    Found a new product that is not a wireless modulator, made in USA and priced the same as the one sold at Wurst Buy. They call it RediRad-FM. Go to RediRad dot com and go about 3/4 the way down under "Products" - the last one is the link to the RediRadFM product page. HIH.
     
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    spence341 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    That looks cool. If I have to go to all that work to hard wire something though, I found an inexpensive way to tap into the CD output of the stock stereo. It would cost me about $20 to do it that way. I was looking for an option that would keep me from taking the dash apart.

    I am going to be parking hte car for the winter soon, so this will become my spring project.
     

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