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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by zukyota, Jun 19, 2011.

  1. zukyota

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    Sorry if this is in the wrong section, I haven't learned to navigate this site yet. My question is I have an 07 camry & it has an auxiliary port. What size aux cable do I need for the droid x? Can I use this to listen to music through my speakers? Where is the best place to buy the cable?
     

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  2. mach1man

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    just a normal 3.5mm cable. Radio shack or best buy will have them. heck even wal-mart
     
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    If you have some money to spare, consider this...

    Griffin Bluetrip AUX

    They used to have it on their website that they were soon releasing a Bluetrip aux w FM transmitter built in also if that interests you.

    I hate going direct with AUX cables since the sound can get distorted and you have to keep switching your volume to ~80%. I'm not using the bluetrip but will definately be buying it when my current setup goes.

    I've been using a bluetooth receiver plugged into a pre-amp with a line out, and the sound is definitely better. I've heard mixed reviews about the bass handing of the bluetrip though, some say it's great, others say its non-existently. But the fact that people are getting bass must mean that there's some flaw in the other's setups/equipment.
     

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