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Old 08-21-2009, 04:31 AM
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Radio Antenna in Rear: FM Transmitter Recommendations

Hey all. I drive a 2000 model Camry LE which, I assume, has an antenna in the rear window since an antenna is not visible in the front and later Camry models have the antenna in the rear as well. The car has no aux input and the tape deck has been experiencing trouble in the past year. I have decided to give up on the tape deck and attempt to buy a good FM transmitter. Does anyone have any recommendations for cars that have radio antenna in the rear?

iLounge reviews say the Kensington digital FM transmitter is quite good, but the transmitter is not corded so it can't move away from the power source and can only transmit signal from the front of the car. Do you think this relatively long range will affect the transmission quality? And if so, would getting an FM transmitter that has a corded power plug be better?

thanks for all your thoughts and opinions!
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Old 08-25-2009, 03:15 PM
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You can add auxiliary input interface to most toyota radios from 1998 to 2009
your radio needs to have a CD button

toyota auxiliary

you can also add ipod to the factory radio and most toyota radios will display text from the ipod
radio needs to have a text buton ,in your year there was no text
look at this toyota radios
ipod interface for toyota
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