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3.5 Mm Audio Auxillary Jack Connection In Cayenne S ?

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Does the Porsche Cayenne S (2006) have this type of input jack that would allow an audio device to be connected directly into the sound system of the vehicle ? The source device could be an iPod, iPhone, or any other type of device that has a stereo headphone output jack. If not, is there another way of connecting an audio device directly into the sound system of the vehicle. My vehicle has the NAV option (I have not picked up the vehicle yet).

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Does the Porsche Cayenne S (2006) have this type of input jack that would allow an audio device to be connected directly into the sound system of the vehicle ? The source device could be an iPod, iPhone, or any other type of device that has a stereo headphone output jack. If not, is there another way of connecting an audio device directly into the sound system of the vehicle. My vehicle has the NAV option (I have not picked up the vehicle yet).

There are a number of options to link in an audio device such as mObridge, Denison, and even an OEM techquipment (fancy FM modulator). Some of these only come with an "iPod" style connector. I have the mObridge iPod / Bluetooth unit and it works great. It does have an aux connection as well where I could have plugged a 3.5 type jack with a simple connector from radio shack (I actually did do this but to plug in an aftermarket sat radio).

Good luck.

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You need an aftermarket kit to add this feature. Lots of info on how to do this on this forum -- vendors, options, install, etc. A few searches will sort you out.

The Porsche ( MOST) fiber system is not a breeze to work with and you'll need to pull the PCM unit to install.

If you live in an area with available frequency modulation bandwidth (not a major city) you may want to give a high quality FM transmitter a shot. If the quality is fine for you will save a lot of pain and cost.

I've had good luck with Griffin Tech products.

A universal (not iPod-specific) product is their 3.5mm iTrip. I like it because it does not rely on a cigarette/power plug close to the center console -- the Cayenne front plugs are far under the passenger-side dash. The rear seat center console -- or the trunk -- have jacks but none of which would be practical for an FM transmitter set-up.

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