Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Regional Municipality of Durham
I Purchased my car based on my research about the car's specifications, not because of the radio's features. The radio I got was a pretty basic model, so yeah I can see some people are also in the same situation as me where they buy the car based on the car's features that suit their needs, and not because of the features of the radio. Also when buying a car, some people can't afford new, so they buy used cars and can not customize the radio option and have to take the radio "As-Is" that comes with the car, and often the radios are pretty mediocre at best, with a basic AM/FM and CD Player. No USB, No Bluetooth, No iPod, no Android, and some cases no Aux. Yeah it sucks, but those are some of the reasons people may want a FM modulator, so they can listen to music without the need to constantly burn audio CD's. Some cars may not have an aux button, but still compatible with auxiliary input, as long as it accepts a CD changer. you need to do your research first which is difficult, but I managed to find this out in my previous car how to Macguyver my own auxiliary connector with a 3.5 MM jack which I could use with my ipod. There were also people who were much more knowledged they were able to macguyver a better connector with an ipod connector which interfaced with the cd changer port which even allowed them to change tracks using the car radios Skip and rewind buttons, pretty cool eh?
Bell Satellite TV, 9400 HD PVR, 65 Inch LED TV, Smart Blue Ray Player, No sound system.