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This is a discussion on XM commander question within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; do we have an aux in on the back of the stock 6 disc changer. I want XM but I ...

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    XM commander question

    do we have an aux in on the back of the stock 6 disc changer. I want XM but I don't want to do it through the wirless FM modulator. Any ideas?
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    I just added XM radio to the stock 6 disc changer by using the cassette tape provided in the XM Roady. I had the XM Commander in my last set up, Mercury Marauder with after market Alpine system, and the guy who installed that system told me that utilizing the cassette tape heads was a much better alternative than using the FM Modulator, second only to direct connect which may or may not be possible with the stock player.

    I am happy with the quality of sound so far. I have the updated speakers and subwoofer/amplifier in my system. XM sounds better than CD's in this current system. I must say that it is not horrible for a stock system overall. If I were you I would purchase the XM Roady for $50 less than the XM Commander and install the cassette tape option yourself.

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