$5 Bluetooth Car Hack

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+23 1. tsar911 commented 8 years ago

Now I want a Blu-Ray adaptor for my VHS tapes...
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+32 2. Sluggishadj commented 8 years ago

Quite cool but…who in heaven still has a cassette player in the car!? :x
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+8 3. LaoMa commented 8 years ago

Now all I need is a car that still has a cassette player. Even my crappy 1989 Japanese sedan had only CD... :P
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+9 4. irishgek commented 8 years ago

Or for 2$ you can buy a FM Transmitter.
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+3 5. Premtm commented 8 years ago

#4 I agree with you instead of going through the hassle of modifying the junks ..... :D
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+5 6. KikooStyle commented 8 years ago

#2 #3 got a Peugeot 206 from 1999 - always used the cassette player + jack adapter -> cheap and useful hack 8-)

If I add bluetooth in my car, I can almost double its value ! :x
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0 7. ol1v33r commented 8 years ago

How do i do this for cd.
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+2 8. thoruus commented 8 years ago

#7 Unfortunately there's no way to do that kind of "hack" with CD player. In short bluetooth device and casette header use electric current to transfer sound to speakers while CD player uses light.
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-3 9. manxman commented 8 years ago

cheaper to put your music onto cassette and play it in the cassette player and not dick about with hacking open adapters and headsets
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-2 10. Stillgoose commented 8 years ago

Oh BTW! This is the same FAKE crap such as Bic Lighter Laser and those other youtube dumbass vids.
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+3 11. bella1 commented 8 years ago

what is this "casette player" ,what does it do?
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+1 12. Zebulun commented 8 years ago

<--- 2000 Volvo S80 w/ a CD and cassette player.

I'm totally doing this.
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0 13. YoArgentino commented 8 years ago

How can I do that to y CD player?