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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-12-2005, 02:11 PM Thread Starter
 
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GTO auxilary in adapter

I am currently working on a project for my GTO, but I ran into a little problem. I am trying to install a computer in my car, but in order to get good sound I will need to be able to use an auxilary in port. The factory GTO radio doesnt come with this. I was wondering if anyone here knows of an aux in adapter that can be bought for the GTO. I have seen many adapters for other GM models, but none for the GTO. My last option will be to use an FM modulator, but I dont want to do that. Thanks for the help.
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I am currently working on a project for my GTO, but I ran into a little problem. I am trying to install a computer in my car, but in order to get good sound I will need to be able to use an auxilary in port. The factory GTO radio doesnt come with this. I was wondering if anyone here knows of an aux in adapter that can be bought for the GTO. I have seen many adapters for other GM models, but none for the GTO. My last option will be to use an FM modulator, but I dont want to do that. Thanks for the help.
To my knowledge there is no way to adapt another input to the GTO system. I've researched it, and there really isn't a reason for GM to have included any accomodation for another input.

I'm curious-why are you adding a computer to your car?
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BUT you may be able to use the JLAudio Clean Sweep to accomplish what you want. Check the thread from Seattlegto above to see my response to him, and check JLs website.
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Thanx for the info, it really helped... My reason for adding a computer to my car is because it will allow me to do everything possible. My computer will have the following features...
DVD/CD-RW Player
Will play MP3s, DVD's
Reverse Camera
Front Camera
Bluetooth
Navigation

Basically, you can add whatever you want.
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