Listen to iPod, iPhone and More on Your Car Stereo Many of today's car audio systems have a convenient 1/8 inch minijack audio input for easy hookup of any iPod, iPhone or other portable media player. Unlike wireless transmitters and cassette tape adapters, the iCable 800 for Car gives your media player a direct wired connection to your car's audio system so it can deliver your music with full fidelity that's free of static and FM interference.General Information--Product Line--iCable::General Information--Product Name--iCable AI 800 MINI-3 Audio Cable::Miscellaneous--Compatibility--Apple: iPod iPhone iPad::Technical Information--Device Supported--iPod, iPhone, iPad::
Monster iCable 800 MP3 Player to Auxiliary Input Cord (3 Feet)
based on 288 Reviews.
Great for connecting ipod in car to auxiliary port
by M. DeMeo "pdemeo" (February 28, 2010) 27 of 27 people found this review helpful
I just bought a new Subaru with an auxiliary port, so I wanted to get a cable. This works perfectly and the Ipod sounds great on the stereo! The length of the cord is perfect - my port is in my console between the front seats, so I store it right there.
by George J. Abdallah (March 10, 2010) 29 of 30 people found this review helpful
I originally tried the "Griffin" Aux cable that sells for $15 at AT&T retail locations and was not satisfied so I figured I'd try these given the low price on Amazon.
There is a night and day difference in quality. This is the best quality that I've found in terms of not having a factory installed iPhone/iPod adapter.
There isn't too much else to say. Definitely a solid purchase after being skeptical from the previous cable I tried.
Malfunctioning Just Like Cheaper Cords
by J. Francis (June 1, 2011) 39 of 43 people found this review helpful
These cords that connect your iPod to the 1/8" jack common in many cars today are proving to be notoriously faulty. I'm not particularly hard of anything, these cords included, and they stay continuously plugged in to my car's jack. So it isn't as if it's constantly being plugged in and unplugged.
After going through several cheap cords, I decided to purchase the Monster version for nearly four times the price of the cheap ones thinking it would hold up better. However, after a few months of use it has developed the exact same issue as the cheap cords. It begins cutting out one channel of the audio, leaving you with sound coming out of either right or left side of the car only. The cords will limp along for a few weeks with some jiggling, but eventually permanently fail to carry audio to both channels. Currently I'm searching for my receipt so I can request a replacement directly from Monster.