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Peripheral PXDX/PXHTY3 Toyota Aux RCA/3.5mm In Adapter
List Price: $99.00
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Stock Status:In Stock
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The PXDX provides a seamless integration of an auxiliary audio input into the factory radio.
Audio is fed directly into the factory radio for the best possible sound quality.
This universal device can provide audio inputs into your factory radio for devices such as MP3 players, portable DVD players, laptops, gaming systems and more!
Best Sound Possible - retains digital sound quality
Complete kit for iPod connection:
1- Interface with Manual
1- Radio harness
1- RCA/3.5mm cable
Radio must be cd changer control compatible.
Plugs into the back of the radio- at the cd changer/satellite radio port.
If equipped, factory cd changer and satellite radio has to be disconnected.
May not be compatible with some radios that have a built in 6 disc cd changer radio or navigation- usually the 2007 and newer models.
This adapter is only compatible with single disc and cassette deck radios.
Attention International Buyers: We can not guarantee the compatibility of these adapters with vehicles sold outside the United States since these adapters have only been tested to work with vehicles sold in the USA. Please buy at your own risk. All taxes and duties as a result of shipping out of the country is the responsibility of the buyer. Thanks for your understanding.
Designed for the following vehicles:
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