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Initial post: Dec 21, 2012 12:48:03 PM PST
Dan Lewis says:
How can I listen to my Kindle 3 in my car through the speakers, a 1995 Nissan. Thanks for your help, Dan ><>

Posted on Dec 21, 2012 12:57:32 PM PST
It depends on what kind of stereo you have in the car. You could use a cassette adapter if the car has a cassette player, or a male-to-male connector if the car has an auxiliary plug-in for mp3 players and the like. Just connect to the headphone jack of the Kindle.

Posted on Dec 21, 2012 1:05:05 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 21, 2012 1:10:14 PM PST
Bixillarla says:
The type of car does not matter, what matters is the type of stereo you have.

If it has a auxillary plug in for MP3 players then you can use that, get a cord and plug in the Kindle using that. Something like this:

RND Auxiliary Audio Cable for MP3 Players, Smartphones, iPads, and Tablets (2.5 feet/black)

If it doesn't have the mp3 plug in option then you can use a RF transmitter device to listen on the radio, you plug the device into the headphone jack of the Kindle and it transmits the sound to a empty FM station on the radio. Something like this:

Insten LCD Stereo Car FM Transmitter for MP3 Player iPod touch

If you have a cassette tape player on your stereo they make adapters, it is a cassette tape with a cord attached. You plug the cord into the headphone jack of the Kindle and insert the cassette tape and it will play through the speakers. Something like this:

Philips USA PH-62050 CD/MP3/MD-To-Cassette Adapter (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

It all depends on your stereo which option you can use.

Posted on Dec 21, 2012 1:41:01 PM PST
I use a little dado transmitter. You plug it into the headphone jack and tune the car radio to the Fm frequency it's transmitting on.
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