You may have tinkered around and found that your car doesn’t support aux input, which means one less way to listen to music.
However, it shouldn’t stop there. You still have a number of ways to modify your auto audio setup- add a bass to improve sound quality or replace the audio deck, for instance.
Here’s how to play music in your car without an aux.
Add an FM Transmitter
An FM transmitter connects to the car’s cigarette lighter socket for power and will have either aux or Bluetooth solutions.
Aux is a good input option when you want good sound quality and don’t mind wired. Bluetooth is wireless but it does allow less clutter.
FM transmitters are relatively cheap and have several dozen varieties. In the city you may have trouble finding unused signals and will have to switch when going for a long drive.
New Deck Replacement
Your car may be due a new deck if you want to stream music wirelessly.
You can even upgrade to a display dashboard so you can unlock more features, such as having a map navigation, hands-free calling and even getting to watch video content.
Going back to topic, after you’ve read the article on how to add subwoofers you can then choose the deck you want. Most local auto shops will have a variety of products depending on your preference.
New Car? Check or CarPlay or Android Auto
Most new car models will have added bells and whistles when it comes to audio and video entertainment. You can check your car’s manual or online to see if it has the capability of playing music through Bluetooth or via an app.
Bluetooth pairing must be done before music can be played through the car’s speaker system. However, it’s only done one time and the succeeding connection will be done automatically.