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Goliton® AUX 3.5mm Cable Connect iPod iPhone MP3 Phone Audio to Mazda Car Player connector adapter cable (2 Meter Long)

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  • Radio has to be external cd changer compatible- identified as a cd changer port in back of radio
  • Anything connected to the port including factory external cd changer or satellite radio will have to be disconnected
  • This cable works only in 2006 up models.
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  • Item Weight: 9 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 45 g
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  • Item model number: E-EMTU-MAUX
  • ASIN: B006FFCONA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 Dec. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
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Radio has to be external cd changer compatible- identified as a cd changer port in back of radio.

Anything connected to the port including factory external cd changer or satellite radio will have to be disconnected.
This cable works only in 2006 up models.

Before you buy, pls be sure that the connector is fit for you.
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This item fits the Ford Ranger or Mazda BT50 2006 model onwards 143ps that has no AUX input but has a media button, the lead connects to the back of the standard radio cd unit in the bottom corner nearest the glovebox, remove your glovebox then squeeze your hand in and feel for the aerial where it inputs the rear of your radio, this will be in the bottom corner, again nearest the glovebox. The socket you need is just next to this lead going towards the middle of the radio, no tools are required, it took me no more than five minutes to fit this item, squeeze the sides of your glovebox when open it will then tip towards the floor. Root the wire where you like then connect to your headphone socket on your phone and press the media button on your radio, AUX will come up on your radio, make sure your phone volume is turned up as if you were listening through your headphones and enjoy. This is a brilliant and inexpensive product.
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My Mazda MX-5 NC / Mk3 (MY 2006) has the Bose entertainment system. Many AUX/iPod-interfaces state they cannot connect to Bose (and I fear others do not state it, but still can't interface to Bose).

Based on earlier reviews I decided to try this cable and indeed, it works perfectly well. Installation takes no more than a few minutes, then connect the iPod (I have the cable end in the glovebox), switch on the radio, press "MEDIA" and enjoy your iPod music.

With the iPod on maximum volume, the output is similar in loudness to radio and CD.

Of course this simple connection does not charge the iPod (I have a separate cable in the car for that), it can not skip titles op the iPod nor does it display music titles on the head unit's display. I can live without these nice-to-haves as long as my need-to-have music is available. And that is exactly what this cable delivers.
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I've been looking for something for years to allow me to play my Walkman mp3 player through my Mazda 3 (2006) factory fitted radio/cd player unit.

This is so simple it defies logic but Ihave happily paid for it. I followed the video on youtube that shows you how to fit an Xcarlink unit to your car hifi but why pay £90 when you can get this for under a tenner.

I routed the cable down and pulled it through the ashtray unit. If you take the ashtray out it looks solid behind it but it isn't there is a gap whuch allows you to feed the cable through without even drilling and the lead just stays tucked out of sight when not in use.
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Simple, cheap, brilliant product!
The sound quality is perfect, doesn't get affected when e engine is running.
It took me less than 5mins to fit it. I only took off e glove box, n managed to plug
it in... Highly recommend!
(Mazda 6, 2006)
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Why did nobody tell me that this was available?! There's nothing bad to say about this cable!

Installed on a 56 reg Mazda 6 TS2 (6 CD Bose audio).

- Arrived in good time
- To install, you remove the glove box and slip your hand in... There's no need to pull the radio out and it took my 5 mins (bit fiddly but very easy)
- Put the glove box back
- Turn the radio on, press "Media" (you should see "Aux" displayed) and you're away

So cheap, so good, simply brilliant... get one!

Happy buying :-)
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Nearly paid £40+ for an adaptor module when this simple lead did 99% of what I needed. You can see how to connect it on YouTube, it's quite easy! NB it only works on 2006+ mx5 models. Don't know about other Mazdas. Sound quality excellent as there is nothing there to take anything away. Of course there is no interactivity with the steering wheel other than the volume but you will only get that with an Apple iPad, or iphone and an expensive adaptor module. With this simple lead you can also attach a bluetooth receiver so you don't even have to connect the lead to your phone. See Amazon for a such devices. Only downside is the wires are quite fine that go into the plug th fits into the head unit so a little care is required here. Never the less.....Highly recommend!
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After shopping around for an affordable solution to Mazdas lack of aux input and after years of messing with FM transmitters on the increasingly crowded FM band, I bought one of these after trying a cheap knock off from eBay which didn't work. It took me 5 minutes to install in my 2007 Mazda 6 and finally gave me great sound with no interference, until this morning when at 2 months old it started only playing through the left speaker - mid song. despite several pulls and twists and plays its failed to start playing in the right speaker again. I checked that the speakers work with a SD. So it's back to the drawing board again :-(

Summary: Works great, but longevity appears to be an issue
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Edit after 2 years of use (bought Nov 2013): my cable has started to fail on the right channel. Quite frustrating as it was challenging to fit (see below!) but I guess I will have to look up a replacement now. Cheap and cheerful it may be, but as ever, buy cheap, buy twice. I guess the thing is with these things, "cheap" is the only option.

Modified review from 5* to 3* accordingly, it's still good value I guess, although I should stress I was not abusive to the cable in any way, so this is clearly a quality issue and nothing more.

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I have a Mk3 MX-5 (2006) and was contemplating getting an audio-link thing to hook up Apple products to the stereo for sound and charging. The price was off putting at around £80, when I saw this, I thought, well, it will do the same job, albeit without charging for 1/10 the price, and it's future proofed, simple, reliable 3.5mm.

It arrived promptly, packaged fine. No instructions, you have to figure that out yourself.

Another reviewer noted it was possible to do by just removing the glovebox and fiddling about. I can attest to this although I will add you really need to have great levels of dexterity. It is not particularly easy, I nearly gave up and was contemplating removing the stereo to do it, but with one final attempt it worked. There are plenty of sharp bits of metal back there, and wires to all sorts, so you should be careful.

On the MX-5, if you remove the glovebox and look in behind the radio, you will see a wire wrapped in foam going into the back (I think this is the aerial) and the plug for "MEDIA" (where you want to put this cable) is just behind this, i.e. very awkward.
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