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iSimple IS31 Antenna Bypass FM Modulator for Factory or Aftermarket Car Radios
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- Universal aux audio input for all FM radios
- Simply flip the switch
- Enjoy the clear, clean audio, Car radio aux input has a sleek, compact design
- Antenna bypass FM modulator, Play almost any portable device directly through your radio
- Audio connections and docking cables sold separately
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We both own GM vehicles (hers: 2007 Chevy Malibu Maxx, his: 2004 Chevy Trailblazer) and neither stock radio had an aux-in port for our Apple products (iPad, Nano, or iPod), our daughter's DVD player or PS3, or my Samsung Galaxy S II. We travel quite a bit by car, and we enjoy sharing the entertainment instead of having everyone put on earphones while the driver gets control of the radio by default. We had tried the cheaper FM transmitter, which had mixed results on the Trailblazer. All brands (and we tried 3 different ones) were all a miserable failure on the Malibu Maxx due to the fact that the antenna is located at the rear of the vehicle. Since FM transmitters have a short transmission radius, the antenna was always too far away to be effective. We also tried the Dynex cassette adapter with the Trailblazer, but the audio was murky and muffled.
We don't like removing perfectly good stock radios from our vehicles, so after researching other alternatives on how to integrate our various audio devices, I decided to give the modulator a try. I'm a fairly handy guy, and while I had never gotten too involved with any of my vehicles' wiring in the past, this seemed like a relatively straightforward task. I was pretty accurate. The installation took about 2 hours total on the Malibu, and I'm sure it will go faster with the Trailblazer now that I'm familiar with it.
A few things you need to know:
1) Know how to remove the trim from your vehicle to successfully remove/access your radio. I did a Google search and found the exact walk-through I needed.Read more ›
My first FM modulator was the Scosche FMMOD01. I hooked it up and there was constant static at all volumes. I tried two different 12v sources and two different ground locations but the static wouldn't go away. Maybe I got a bad one. But I decided to try something different.
Today my iSimple IS31 came in the mail and I just installed it a short while ago. Now THIS is what I was looking for! I hooked it up to the same power/ground locations as before and am receiving all but zero static. There is a small amount detectable when you have the volume cranked with the MP3 player off. But that is beyond negligible. The volume gets nice and loud and there is no loss in sound quality.
One thing I did which I think makes things a little easier. There are two 12v sources in the wiring harness for the radio, a constant and a switched. The switched only delivers power when the key is turned over. So I hooked up the 12v wire to the switched wire and eliminated the on/off switch that comes with the iSimple (just cut the plug and solder the two wires together)
Recently I acquired a 2003 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer. I actually liked the truck so much I stopped driving my Regal GS as much!
This truck was fully - fully loaded, however it didn't have one thing i sorely missed. The aux jack! After trying cheap FM transmitters and always being extremely unhappy with them I randomly came and found the iSimple IS31. After waiting anxiously for about a week for delivery as soon as it showed up, I started the install. (I also bought a Belkin Audio Y Cable Splitter 1-Mini Plug, 2-RCA Plugs [Belkin Audio Y Cable Splitter 1-Mini Plug, 2-RCA Plugs (6 feet)]
The install was painfully simple and I did not need an antenna adapter for my vehicle. I ran the switch directly under the the radio / climate control cluster. I hid the unit inside with the radio near the lower space. I ran out the audio cable from underneath and tucked it within the center console. The power and ground were ran over to my inside fuse panel where I found an adequate ground, and power. I plugged in my iPhone, turned on the iSimple and clicked over the set radio station. I couldn't believe how great it sounded. I had to adjust the gain a bit, but that was also extremely painless. I couldn't recommend this product more. It's solved my biggest gripe with my truck and I will continue to use it everyday!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This thing really works great. I've not had an issue with it thus far. No hiss, no hum, no white noise. Make sure to test for a good ground and you'll love it.Published 1 day ago by Mitch H.
Great product with BIG caveat! These can short out very easily. The first one had to be returned. TIPS: One, never hookup power to the opposite leads (may short out). Read morePublished 3 days ago by Integral
Well the install was pretty straight forward. I had it up and running in less than an hour. It works fine at low to medium listening volumes but when I turn the stereo up high it... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Works as expected. Had to purchase 2 adapters for 2006 Pontiac, but I assumed I would. This modulator works perfectly.Published 11 days ago by Nicco A. Figley
It works for 5 seconds then start cutting out back to static. If you again if you turn the switch off for a few seconds, it would sometimes play clearly again for about another 5... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Thien Nguyen
The product works great. The package was resealed, but stated to be new condition. I dont know if instructions were missing, but I was able to install it and I'm satisfied with the... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
Did not work, at all. 05 Chevy Astro. Noise. No music. returned, no problem, though. I used... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dougc
I have spent months trying to find a way to get my phone to connect to my Honda Accord stereo and this was the winner. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kenneth J Gross