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    Registered itilldo's Avatar
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    It'll Do - 2004 , 29'--Fountain
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    Aug 2005
    Hopkinsville, Ky

    Ipod with High Freq set up for my Boat

    Friday I was given an IPod for Fathers day with the High Frequency accessory to run thru the stereo and it works really great . Does anyone on this board have the same set up and if so where do you keep the IPod. We kept it yesterday plugged into the cig lighter down by the cooler and I want to keep it on the helm area so that I can change songs while driving. Does anyone have a set up similar to what I'm looking for and if so can you provide pics? Thanxs.


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    Forum Regulator VIP Member Sydwayz's Avatar
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    37' Active Thunder AVH; 17' Speedliner Cat OB
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    May 2001

    Re: Ipod with High Freq set up for my Boat

    Pic up a case from Target, and slap a little velcro on the back of it. I keep mine right on the dash, next to the stereo remote. (I use the FM modulator in my car/truck, but set up direct input headphone jack to RCA inputs for the boat stereo.)

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