Aux inputs

Discussion in 'General Car Audio Discussions' started by jibit, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. jibit

    jibit Well-Known Member

    My buddy has an '05 ALtima (2.5S), he wants somehow to have aux inputs but without an FM modulator (doesn't like the sound quality) Anyone have any suggestions without getting a new radio?
  2. pedro quiroga

    pedro quiroga Well-Known Member

    whats he trying to hook up?
  3. aznboi3644

    aznboi3644 Full Member

    If the factory player doesn't have auxiliary inputs than I don't see how your friend is gonna go about this
  4. Ranger SVO

    Ranger SVO Full Member

    Peripheral Electronics make an Aux In Interface for the 05-06 Altima. I think you want part # PXNI
  5. aznboi3644

    aznboi3644 Full Member are just plain crazy
  6. Ranger SVO

    Ranger SVO Full Member

    No not really, I'm just old and tired. There is another company that makes aux interfaces, I cannot remember who it was. Thought it was American International.
  7. Ranger SVO

    Ranger SVO Full Member

    PAC Audio is another company that makes an AUX input. The part # is AAI-NIS2. It will be very similar to the Peripheral part.

    I still cannot find anything from American Internation, this is bothering me. I wonder if Soundgate also makes an Aux In for Nissan.
  8. danracer

    danracer Full Member

    hey Ranger that was ur post # 1000
  9. pedro quiroga

    pedro quiroga Well-Known Member

    sorry to jack.

    what can i get for a 2005 neon to hook up my ipod.stock cd player.

    no fm transmitters though
  10. Ranger SVO

    Ranger SVO Full Member

    Dodge tends to be a problem. 05 makes it more interesting. First is your radio CANBUS (google it), if so I don't know whats available. I have not had to deal with these yet (other than replacing them)

    If its non CANBUS and the radio says "DISC" on preset 1, then we are in business. Peripheral definately make an interface. PAC also may make an interface.

    Now back to CANBUS, these radios have model numbers REF, REC and I dont remember the rest. If you do a little research and discover anything let me know.
  11. jibit

    jibit Well-Known Member

    you guys rock! Mainly he wants to connect an MP3 player.
  12. pedro quiroga

    pedro quiroga Well-Known Member

    it does say disc on preset 1.

    i may just put my pioneer 7800 in it.(the one with the bad rca out's) it has an aux in for anything with a headphone out.would probly be cheaper than the pac or Peripheral

    an install kit and wire kit cant cost more than 35.
  13. Ranger SVO

    Ranger SVO Full Member

    Then you should have no problem adding an aux in. The main thing is that the radio needs to be a changer controller. The changer controls is what will actually control the Ipod. In my opinion the Pioneer is a better choice. I just added Ipod to my wifes car and it was plug and play.

    And jibit, thanks, never been called awesome before. Most of the aux inputs I've used have RCA ins. The only other thing you'll need will be a 1/8 stereo jack to RCA cable. that should be easy to find
  14. pedro quiroga

    pedro quiroga Well-Known Member

    thank you.i think i will just do the pioneer.her birthday is comeing up,and it does no good just sitting in my closet.
  15. jibit

    jibit Well-Known Member

    yeah, actually have one from an old cd player I used to connect to my home stereo (over 15 years ago, jeez I'm getting old :rolleyes:). I think Radio Shack sells them. Thanks again!