Ford Transit Connect, Running MP3 or CD though tape

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Hi everyone,

My company van is a 2004 plate Ford Transit Connect, with a bleedin tape player. Now Tapes are crap, and so I want to be able to use MP3 or normal CD. One of the other chaps has a unit which I presume just broadcasts at a certain frequency (From his iPod) and picks up on the stereo, but the quality doesn't sound that great. What's the best thing I can do?

Thanks in advance,

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Get one of these mate - £5 from any large ish Tesco & the like.
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And they are indeed much better than the FM variety - which in my experience are crap! :)
 
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I used one of the above for a while, only problem I found was that you can hear the mechanism if you have the sound down, but thats really quite a non-issue :D .
 
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4ndy89 said:
I used one of the above for a while, only problem I found was that you can hear the mechanism if you have the sound down, but thats really quite a non-issue :D .

True, can't say I've had a problem with that - probably due to the noise of my 14 litre engine rumbling away under my trucks cab!

The noise issue does not arise in my Bm. :)
 
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