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Question:
Can I play the songs on my BlackBerry threw my car’s audio system?

Answer:
Yes, and an easy and reliable way to accomplish this is via an Old Fashioned Cassette Adapter1. We recommend using the Philips USA PH-62050 CD/MP3/MD-To-Cassette Adapter.1


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The Solution
You’d simply insert the Cassette Adapter in your Tape Deck of your cars audio receiver and plug the wired end with the jack into your BlackBerry’s 3.5mm standard stereo headphone jack. Then its as easy as playing your Song Playlist off your BlackBerry!

Now it doesn’t stop there, as far as connectivity. There’s 2 more ways to listen to your favorite tunes from your BlackBerry unto other audio devices. 3 in total! And there’s more then just listening to your favorite tunes. Ever think about playing XM Radio and feeding it to your Car? Movies? Phone Conversations? Yup, it all works.

One common way to accomplish this is via a FM Transmitter. A great an inexpensive FM Transmitter is the Belkin Tunecast 3 FM Transmitter1. Plug this in, set the Radio frequency and listen away. Please keep in mind that this method will undoubtedly accept interference and will cause unexpected audio loss due to local radio stations frequency’s being picked up. That’s why our #1 choice was the cassette adapter we first mentioned above.

Another cool way is via a Bluetooth Hands-free Fm Transmitter for Car Stereo (A2DP Compatible)1. Currently the BlackBerry 8130 Pearl is the only BlackBerry that supports the Bluetooth Audio Transmission (A2DP). So pretty much if you don’t have that Bad Girl then this last option is not for you.

BONUS TIP!
One sure way to connect your BlackBerry’s Audio to an external audio component ex(Computer speakers, Television, Stereo System, Larger Speakers etc) would be using a 3.5MM Male-to-Male Stereo Cable.

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Products mentioned above are brought to you by Amazon.com

  1. Philips USA PH-62050 CD/MP3/MD-To-Cassette Adapter.1
  2. Belkin Tunecast 3 FM Transmitter1
  3. Bluetooth Hands-free Fm Transmitter for Car Stereo (A2DP Compatible)1
  4. 4FT Retractable 3.5MM M-M Stereo Cable1
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