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Item #: 14950

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    With so many iPod players sold, it's inevitable that some of you will want to connect your iPod player to your car stereo. They easily connect to the USA-630 Series radios with the iCAMKIT iPod connector. Once connected, you can charge your iPod and access play-list all from the controls on the radio.

    Connects to: 8-PIN DIN at Head unit.

    �?� Compatible with any iPod with bottom dock connector
    �?� Power on automatic play function and power off automatic pause.
    �?� Automatic pause when switching to FM, AM, CD, or TAPE.
    �?� No battery required.
    �?� Keeps your iPod charged at all times.
    �?� Direct connection with CD-quality sound.
    �?� 1/8" stereo plug for other auxiliary input.
    �?� Use your head unit to change songs or fast forward and rewind.
    �?� Supports up to 9 play lists in "play list mode"

    This adapter will give you the best possible sound from your iPod while playing through your car stereo. Simply plug the iCAMKIT into the CD changer port on the back of your Custom Autosound radio and plug in your iPod. The unit will turn on, turn off and charge your iPod. Song selection is made with the CD control buttons on your Custom Autosound radio and includes play-list selection and random song selection. If you prefer the thumb wheel controls on the iPod can be used.The iCAMKIT can be used with or without the optional CD changer. If your iPod is not connected the iCAMKIT can still be used to input audio from an external device (satellite radio, portable CD, etc.) via the 1/8" stereo plug.

    Requires a USA-630 Series Radio.

    Model# iCAMKIT

    Weight: 3.00 LBS (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
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