If you just need a simple input then the Aux Mod is still a great choice. The biggest deficiency to the Aux Mod is they make them in batches every so often so depending on when you contact them you could get one immediately or possibly have to wait a little while on it. Another option for you would be the simple Grom module which also provides a 3.5mm input. Those are readily available, Grom provides great customer support, and they cost pretty much the same.So i am new to the mazda community and just got an 06. i am looking to install both an auxiliary 3.5mm port in my armrest and was wondering if the auxmod was still the best to use. I was also thinking about at the same time wiring in an additional cigarette socket into the armrest compartment as well and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for that?
i found ..... and i think that i should be able to wire that into the the pre-existing socket in the front dash.
i want to be able to keep my gps charged while on long trips and also have a place to plug my iphone in to keep it charged.
So quick question. Are you able to hook your droid up to a USB connection and have your music accessed as a mass storage device? Can you stream music from your device using AVDP (bluetooth streaming)? Here's why I ask. Grom makes a module (not listed in this thread.... yeah yeah I know I need to update) which has connections for USB, 3.5mm input, an ipod input, and is compatible with their bluetooth module for AVDP streaming. Note that it has those connections, but you have to buy the cables for the 3.5 or ipod, or the BT module separately. So with that module you could hook your SAT to the 3.5mm input, and if you can use AVDP or plug into the USB as a MSD then you could use both devices.coolwhip said:Hi guys,
new poster here, i have an android phone (htc sensation 4G) and i want to be able to listen to my songs in my 2005 Mazda 3, at the same time i want to have my docked aftermarket satellite radio to be permanently connected. Does anybody know if there is a dual aux input available for my car? I have seen some companies that offer two or more pieces but was wondering if there is a single unit with easy installation (no cutting, splicing or hard-wiring).
the problem with that unit is it pretty large and you'd have to secure it to something which can be an issue. it is not iphone 5+ compatible.I ordered this for my 05 mazda3 GT, cheaper than alot of other options on the market and has aux + ipod support
Well its now tested, and im very pleased with the result, the sound quality is great, im not using the AUX because I have an Ipod nano in my car. And the good thing with that is that it can be controlled from the steering wheel and factory head unit. That it has to be secured to something is not an issue in my opinion, double sided tape solved that same thing goes for GROM or gta kit. I recommend thisthe problem with that unit is it pretty large and you'd have to secure it to something which can be an issue. it is not iphone 5+ compatible.
the aux mod is pretty much a joke as it's very cheaply and poorly built.
Hi, I have encountered the same issue after installing my AUX cable to the back of the stereo.When i push my "tape/md" button nothing happens.. Do you know why this is? Please help, i'm trying to install an aux adapter from the back of the stock had unit and can't seem to get it to work..