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Old 11-16-2005, 10:07 PM   #1
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Hello,

I am thinging about adding a small pc for music and such to my 2000 ssei, however this will depend on mainly one thing. I am wondering if there is anyway to steal the input from the stock 12disc changer in the truck to provide sound to the pc. I do not mund loosing the changer if the inputs can be used by the pc because well there is a player in the head unit and all my cds are on mp3 anyway, however I really am not interested in using a modulator or tape deck converter so they whole thing pretty much relies on the answer to this question.

Any help would be appreciated.
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crutchfield and others have a few adapters that allow you to plug something with audio jacks into the cd changer input in the back of the radio. I am thinking about buying one so i can have an input for my alpine unit.
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Just like this. I hope this is what you are trying to do...

http://www.crutchfield.com/*-Ss9kRto...r&i=469ALPAIRC

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You can definitely get the adapter, as other people have provided info above. Instead of connecting a small computer though, you might find it much easier and possibly less expensive and hassle to just plug an iPod or similar mp3 player into it. They are made for just that sort of thing, really. Why re-invent the wheel?
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