DSound - How connect USB interface to original Lexus IS200 car radio ?

Simple solution how to connect USB to original Lexus IS200 radio. Find USB interface compatible with Your car at - http://www.dsound-shop.com/vehicles/interfaces/grom-audio-usb3-usb-android-aux-ipod-bluetooth-audio-interface Digital Music Changer for Lexus auto is a revolutionary replacement of CD Changer. It delivers CD quality sound directly into car stereo system via CD changer port. It is full-featured solution to decode and play MP3/WMA on car Head Unit, without FM Transmitter control. Combining USB slot, SD/SDHC/MMC slot, and AUX IN slot, adapter provides car owners access to vast audio sources. Acted as a converter of "Entertainment Source", adapter can make travel more entertaining and increase peace of mind. Features · Connected with wire harness, not FM signal controlled, Hi-Fi guaranteed · Controlled by car Head Unit, support Steering Wheel operation · With SUNPLUS Hi-Fi Decoding Chip, perfectly support MP3 and WMA tracks · Supports SD/SDHC/MMC Card/USB Stick/Card Reader/Hard Disk · Supports external audio source (MP3, MP4, PSP, mobile phone) via AUX IN slot · Playlist function same as multi CDs · Support last position memory(LPM) · Shock proof and electromagnetic interference proof · Easy to install, without hurting the original car circuit Specification For these car models GS300 (1993 - 1997) IS200 (1999 - 2005) IS300 (2001 - 2005) LX450 (1996 - 1997) GX470 (2002 +) SC400 (1991 - 2001) SC300 (1991 - 2001) Head Units For 5 + 7 connector Connections USB, SD, AUX IN Audio file suport MP3, WMA Weight 0.40 kg Warranty 1 Year · Voltage:11V~14.6V DC · Operational Current: 200 mA · S/N Ratio: 95dB · Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.05% · Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz · DAC Resolution: 20bit · Operating Temperature: -35℃-80C℃

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$1 AUX Stereo Input Hack
Here's how to hack into your radio to add an aux input to connect your phone or mp3 player. This method applies to the Honda Accord, but may also be similar for the Civic, CRV and Element from the mid 2000's that did not originally come with an aux input. Forget expensive aux adapters that cost $30-$100! Add your own for the cost of the 3.5mm stereo cable - $1! This DIY video shows you how to open up the radio, examine the motherboard circuitry, solder and connect your own aux line. Also shown is a second method, that you don't even have to open up your radio - just add it to the CD changer lines going to the radio through the accessory port. Honda radio's internally use digital data transmission to select inputs. Traditionally, this hack would be easy with a tape player or analog CD player. However this radio uses a digital CD player. Therefore, the radio is the only analog signal that can be hacked into. Wires are soldered to the AF OUT port on the AM/FM modulator, and automatically override the FM signal when audio is played. The downside is that it's only a mono input. The second method to getting an aux input requires a Honda accessory plugged into the 14-pin M-bus connector. The accessory, be it an external CD changer, tape player or ipod connector, will use the internal I2C protocol to fool the radio into thinking there's an audio input from the accessory port. We then inject our own signal from our phone/mp3 player. This will give you clearer stereo sound, however at line level volume, so you'll have to crank it up a bit. Additionally you can add a bluetooth adapter to pair your phone with your car wirelessly. Now you can finally throw away that FM transmitter for some much improved quality sound! This hack was performed on a 2004 Honda Accord and will be the same for 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Accords. A full DIY writeup can be found here: http://www.driveaccord.net/forums/154-audio-electronics-lighting/434978-diy -%241-aux-input-hack.html Check out the new speedkar99 Facebook page!: https://www.facebook.com/speedkar9/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/speedkar9/ Subscribe for more videos just like this: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=speedkar99




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