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Airplay Auto Adapter Kit Hw - Add Apple Airplay To Any Car, Truck Or Motorcycle on 2040-parts.com

US $199.00
Location:

Pompano Beach, Florida, US

Pompano Beach, Florida, US
Item must be returned within:30 Days Refund will be given as:Money back or replacement (buyer's choice) Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Part Brand:Apple Manufacturer Part Number:A1264 Warranty:Yes

How many times have you thought..  I wish I could play my music on my iPhone in my car or truck! Well now you can using our AirPlay Auto Adapter Kit with genuine Apple Airplay high definition sound quality!

This auction is for one Apple Airport Express A1264 reconfigured to run on 12VDC for automotive use with splice tap power connectors. 

Your car audio system MUST have an AUX input and have a 1/8" stereo phone jack to plug use the included audio cable.

Kit comes complete with everything you need to connect to your car sound system. Simply plug the audio cable into the Airplay Adapter and your car stereo AUX input, then clip the splice tap power connectors to your desired power source. The black wire should be connected to a ground wire and the red wire should be connected to a 12VDC+ power wire that is powered on when the vehicle's key is turned on. The indicator light on the Airplay Adapter will light up green, turn amber for about a minute, then turn green again when it is ready for use. 

Simply use your iPhone or iPad to connect to the AirPlay Wi-Fi then switch to your Music app. Press the Airplay icon and select the Airplay Adapter from the choices. Now you are ready to play your music from your device through your car, truck, or motorcycle audio system.

We can also custom configure your device using your vehicle name or whatever name you would like to use. We can also set a password so only those you give the password to can access your Airplay Adapter. Please add $25 to your payment for this extra service. Make sure to include in the comments what you want the name to be and what password you want to use. By default the device has a generic name and no password.

Handling times are typically 2 to 3 days. We want to ensure the product we ship you is properly configured and well tested. If the typical handling time is to exceed 7 days, we will contact you to notify you of the delay. 

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