2003 Honda Accord Stereo

Tiny
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As the Honda Accord 2003 series does not have a aux cord hole nor a cassette player, which only means it has a cd player. I've been wanting to play music from my iPhone 5 to this car but I don't whether to use one of those auxiliary input systems that online with the YouTube videos or just take it to the car mechanic and ask to put in a new stereo that has a aux cord to my phone. I want to know what I should do because I don't know the pros and cons for the aux input system. I'm only asking this because the aux input is cheaper while you have to do it it yourself or I can get it professionally done which cost more.
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Monday, December 7th, 2015 AT 5:20 PM

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Tiny
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WHAT ABOUT ONE OF THESE DO-JIGGERS?

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_odkw=canon+cli-226&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.XWIRELESS+TRANSMITTER+FOR+I+PHONE+.TRS0&_nkw=WIRELESS+TRANSMITTER+FOR+I+PHONE+&_sacat=0

THEY AIN'T VERY EXPENSIVE, I HAD ONE FOR MY MP-3 PLAYER, IT WORKED REALLY WELL FOR ABOUT $15. I RECKON A MORE EXPENSIVE ONE MIGHT BE BETTER.

THE COOL THING WAS, MY BEATER CASSETTE PLAYER REMAINED AN UNDESIRABLE STEAL OUT OF MY SOFT TOP CJ-5, AND THE LITTLE TRANSMITTER COULD BE TRANSFERRED FROM VEHICLE TO VEHICLE WITH EASE. HECK, IT EVEN WORKED WELL ON THE HOUSE STEREO, OR ANY OTHER FM RADIO THAT WAS SET ON THE CORRECT STATION.

TO HECK WITH SPENDING BIG BUCKS ON A STEREO SYSTEM, MANY OF 'EM NOW DAYS WON'T LET YOU SWAP RADIOS, AS THEY ARE AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE CAR'S COMPUTER.

YOUR TAKE?

THE MEDIC
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Monday, December 7th, 2015 AT 5:50 PM
Tiny
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So I was think of getting a transportable stereo of what you said so I can pop the whole stereo when I want or take it with me but are these things compatible with every type of cat because I'm not sure to look a specific one for a Honda Accord 2003 or just get one. Also, would I just take it to the mechanics to take out the factory stereo in my car or is there a way I can do it?
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Monday, December 7th, 2015 AT 7:22 PM
Tiny
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YOU DID CLICK ON MY LINK LAST ANSWER?

THESE THINGS (OR THE ONES I'M SPEAKING OF) HOOK TO YOUR DEVICE, THEN YOU TUNE THE RADIO TO "LIKE" FM 95.5. USUALLY THERE ARE A FEW CHOICES OF THE STATION TO USE (NORMALLY A STATION THAT HAS LITTLE OR NO BROADCASTING ON IT)

STICK YOUR DEVICE IN YOUR POCKET/ THE CONSOLE/ WHEREVER, YOUR DEVICE WILL BROADCAST OVER THE ("BLANK") STATION IN WHICH YOU PICKED ON THE EXISTING STEREO. IT WILL PLAY IN STEREO.

FOR INSTANCE, GO OUT ON A LIMB FOR THIS HIGH DOLLAR ($5) DEAL FOR AN "I PHONE 5"

www. Ebay. Com/itm/Wireless-3-5mm-LCD-Audio-Music-FM-Transmitter-for-iPhone-6Plus-6-5s-5-4-4S-White-/141360409987?Hash=item20e9bcad83:g:2ZwAAOSwv1RUaeS8

IF YOU THINK IT'S A DO-ABLE DEAL, INVEST IN A NICER ONE!

JUST SOME THOUGHTS/ SOLUTIONS THAT MIGHT WORK FOR YOU

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Monday, December 7th, 2015 AT 7:45 PM

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