malarcyIf you don't already have the Y Cable that gives the 30 pin "old style ipod" connector - you can also use something like this TUNAI Firefly LDAC Bluetooth Adapter: Hifi Wireless Audio Bluetooth 5.0 Receiver with Audiophile USB DAC 3.5mm AUX for Car/Home Stereo Hi Res Music Streaming; Auto On, No Charging Needed https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01HXXJPWK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_S9ES6TQQP0HY6B5FM45G (assuming you have usb and aux sockets ) one end in usb, other in aux and pcm set to aux input ( if you have the socket and the option doesn't appear in the pcm - there's a menu option to enable aux as an input option)
AmericanSuccessI've installed the TUNAI Firefly LDAC but I only get audio coming out the left side of the car. Really annoying!! I did a software update on the device and it still is the same. Anyone else have this issue?
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