cpnwrx13 said:I have the Alpine CDA-9855 headunit, which is one of the more expensives models, and purchased the ipod interface adapter. All the Alpine models that are Ai-Net compatible will support the interface adapter and allow you to play the ipod through your headunit, not having to touch the ipod at all. With the Alpine headunits that aren't Ai-Net compatible, an accessory can be purchased that plugs into the back, which allows you to play the ipod through the headunit. The interface adapter runs about 100 dollars, and headunits can run fairly affordable. I love my set up, worth every penny. Now i don't have to worry about cds and such
Heres the interface: http://www.alpine-usa.com/products/leading_technology/leading_tech_kca-420i.htm
felo3769 said:I dont remember where I saw it, but someone hardwire an aux plug into the stock headunit and mounted it in the dash. that is antoher option, but you have to open up your radio and solder some wires, which isnt too hard, but pretty risky if you dont know what your doing.
but someone hardwire an aux plug into the stock headunit and mounted it in the dash.
No way on a wrx, I went to three different audio shops and they all said no way no how to adding an aux to the stock head unit.DJSHADOW7 said:Anyone have more info on this?????
they all cost a fortune. one popular one is a pioneer avic-d1, which looks sick in a wrx.jeffbmx00 said:hey i have an 05 wrx and i was wondering if i can get a screen that will fit in where the stock head unit is. Can the screen be a head unit too? cause the only ones that i know that can do that are the flip up ones, and those cost a fortune!
protocol0 said:No way on a wrx, I went to three different audio shops and they all said no way no how to adding an aux to the stock head unit.
disclaimer: I have an 06. That said, I'm pretty sure its the same deal on previous my's