they are nice and a cheap way to get around not having a aux inout but i find them to be a bit of a leech. needs batteries and if you travel anywhere you have to change stations a few times. plus you have it hanging from the ipod/mp3 player. they sound pretty decent, i just dont prefer it. i payed about $80 for my kit and i find it well worth it compared to the compromise of a tranmitter.Hmmm. I never had any issues with a transmitter...
Do you have a link?I hate the transmitters, had one for a while until I bought my adapter. I bought a auxiliary kit for mine that plugs into the back of the stock radio with the harness. Makes it think it's a disc changer. It keeps everything normal like XM. Just hit the aux button a couple times to go from CD to the aux adapter.
I agree... I had the cassette tape adapter for my 2001 when I had it but it would always spit it out. Those are decent and cheap. Loved it in my S10 when I had no budget to spend on things.^^ I have done plenty of research on aux inputs for my car. FM transmitters no matter what brand are crap quality. They rely on an un-used fm station to transmit. Way less reliable and less quality than a hard source. Luckily I have a tape player built into my radio so, I ended up buying a tape adapter for my XM which, is far superior. Night and day difference. Either way I have done research about aux wired adapters and have found some good ones. Isimple and XM makes good quality adapters. Though the XM adapters are meant for satellite radio they work fine for just about anything.
Hardwired is king for quality. Screw transmitted crap. No offense
Hey, any idea if this kit would work? Just bought my 2002 Impala recently and didn't want to tear things apart yet. I really need an AUX input though..im trying to fin where i bought from but i cannot. but ive looked a while for a 2001 kit but cant find one for any impala under 2003. the kit i haev is made by ISimple