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    music on 8330

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    i was wondering if its possible to play music thru my car speakers with my 8330
    like you would with an ipod? id hate to go out and buy an adapter for nothing
    thanks in advance

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    I bought an FM receiver which plugs right into the jack on the bb for about $20 at Best Buy. It works great through the car speakers and you can hear and make calls too.
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    That was gonna be one of my suggestions... (Good one cgliffi)

    Other options, if your car stereo has blutooth, you can use that...

    Some stereo's have an auxillary input port, just use a double sided 3.5 mm jack for that...

    OR, if you've got an older tape deck, there's always the 3.5mm to tape converter...

    Good luck...
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    Make sure you enable mass storage mode if using a usb device in your car.
    For the aux or any jack just plug it in the headset port area. The advantage of using the usb option is that you can control your music selection from your remote control. peace
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    Quote Originally Posted by rajafarhan View Post
    Make sure you enable mass storage mode if using a usb device in your car.
    For the aux or any jack just plug it in the headset port area. The advantage of using the usb option is that you can control your music selection from your remote control. peace
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    So the cassette adapter thing would work? My truck has the factory cd/cassette combo and I can play the music I downloaded on my phone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrvictor65 View Post
    So the cassette adapter thing would work? My truck has the factory cd/cassette combo and I can play the music I downloaded on my phone?
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    Yupps...
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    Two more quick notes. If you you have the audio inns on your stereo & get the 3.5mm jack adaptor you can not only listen to music but take calls. The person your talkin to will broadcast over your car stereo. Another nice addition is a Gateway Bluetooth adaptor. It will plug in using the 3.5mm plug. Then "BAM" your wireless (unfortuanetly it won't transmit your calls through your speakers). But the sound quality improvement makes it worth it. Now if I can just figure out how to make it alert me when I am getting calls. The Gateway doesn't allow this feature to my knowledge. Hope this helps.
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