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Adding Apple's "i-touch" To Existing Oem Radio


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Hi,

I have a 2000 Porsche Carrera 4 with a great OEM stereo. The radio has a casette player with a storage area for 6 casettes directly below the radio. I recently purchased the new Apple 'I-Touch' (super I-pod) and would love to tie it into the existing speakers system. I do not want this to look crummy and would bring it to an aftermarket shop to have it professionally installed if It does not come out very neat. I just don't want to do that without asking for suggestions first. I would like to remove the 6 casette storage unit as well. This will give me another sunglass or in my case reading glass storage area. Thanks for your help.

Andy T

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Dension makes an ipod adapter for your car. it emulates the factory CD changer. if you live in southern california, check out my shop. we've been in business for 22 years and are featured in the up coming Mobile electronics TOP 50 retailers/installers!

www.lajollaaudio.com

or email me at Jaudio@pacbell.net

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