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ray
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Login 10-17 17:10:45
Date: 2008-04-03 12:27:12
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Bring your favourite music with you in your car wherever you go!


Brand new high quality 2-channel FM transmitter for cars.  It\'s very easy to use.  The extendable power and ...

Price: $6.99

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jenkos
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Login 04-05 16:53:39
Date: 2008-04-05 17:03:02
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Hi,

It appears (to me) that the 12volt negative and the common from the MP3 player are joined at the USB connector. If so, that is a no-no in most of the audio installation manuals for car stereos so probably, not good for MP3 players either if there's a fault.

jenkos.
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ray
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Post 471
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Date: 2008-04-05 21:35:55
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interesting observation jenkos, are you saying if there is a short circuit or something the 12v might zap the mp3? also, why is it not good for the car radio? sorry for my ignorance.
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Login 04-05 16:53:39
Date: 2008-04-06 09:09:10
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Hi,

Not sure what could/would happen, but I guess that's the possible reason. Any time I've installed a car radio/cassette/CD, the manual says to not connect the common from the speaker to the chassis.

jenkos.
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ray
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Post 471
Login 10-17 17:10:45
Date: 2008-04-06 17:04:44
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i see jenkos...i am not a car radio person, as you can see, but when and if i have a chance i will see if i can find out from the supplier/manufacturer. thanks for your posts jenkos! hope to see you again soon.
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