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XM Roady adaptor info needed...

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by tTater, Mar 30, 2008.

  1. Mar 30, 2008 at 3:35 PM
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    tTater

    tTater [OP] New Member

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    Tacoma Double Cab 4WD Auto Short Bed Indigo Ink Pearl
    Just got this truck and am adding XM and a sub-woofer (I kept the MTX Dual 15" woofer box from my old truck [20 yrs old and still kickin' !]). Will add a head unit at some point. I love this truck!! My first Toyota and it has really impressed me.
    Hello Fellow Tacos and Tacoettes :)!

    Just got a new 08 Double Cab short bed. I stumbled upon this web site/community and it is really great. Lot's of folks here from all over. :D

    I have a request to anyone who knows what kind of an adaptor I can use in my truck. I have an XM Roady that I had in my last pickup (S-10) and was using the supplied cassette adaptor. My new Tacoma has the standard CD player/radio (no external CD changer).

    I've seen some threads here that mention adaptors for IPods but not a direct mention that you can hook up an XM Roady to it. I've gotten the XM FM adaptor which plugs into the CD Player/Radio's antenna and it's better then just the FM/Power Plug that comes with the XM Roady.

    Anyone have some info to help me get better XM nirvana? :help:

     
  2. Mar 30, 2008 at 3:41 PM
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    ZonKs

    ZonKs Can speak french in Russian.

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    If you have an ipod, check out the USA SPEC PA-TOY adapter. If you have any other MP3 player, check out the USA SPEC DF-TOY adapter. The former has a specialized ipod connector + an RCA jack for your XM radio; the latter has 2 RCA jacks for your MP3 and your XM radio.
     
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