I didn't even bother with the iTrip- what I did was buy a whole new car stereo with an AUX input that I could directly connect to my iPod- the sound is as near perfect as you're gonna get, and I don't have to worry about interference or the cassette deck chewing up my adaptor...<br><br>For $100 American dollars you could probably find something to suit your needs...Not sure if places like crutchfield.com ship overseas, but AIWA makes some models with inputs in the front, if you can find them where you live...<br><br>[color:red]You slap my back, I'll slap yours!</font color=red>
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