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Scosche Pca2 Universal Cassette Adapter For Car Stereos - Free Shipping on 2040-parts.com

US $8.99
Location:

Altoona, Wisconsin, United States

Altoona, Wisconsin, United States
Like new, excellent condition.
Brand:Scosche MPN:PCA2 Model:PCA2 UPC:080850484588

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Product Features:

  • Play your iPod, MP3, CD or other audio players through your car stereo's cassette deck
  • Handy cord plugs into audio device's 3.5 mm headphone jack
  • Ideal for older car stereos without CD players or auxiliary inputs

Product Description

Play your iPod, Zune, and other MP3 players through your car's cassette deck.

Play your iPod, MP3 player, or personal CD player through your car stereo's cassette deck with this Scosche cassette adapter. The adapter is easy to use: simply plug the attached cord into your audio device's 3.5 mm headphone jack, then insert the other end into your car's cassette deck. Once connected, you can enjoy all your favorite iPod playlists and digital audio tracks through your vehicle's stereo speakers without requiring an auxiliary input or FM transmitter.

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