Re: Any way to modify a cassette radio for aux input?
What you are using now just tricks the unit by placing the external mp3 or CD player output on the tape heads of the tape player. To do what you want would require adding an aux circuit internally with a jack for the input. I know it's being done as you can send out your factory AM or AM/FM and have it converted to look stock but do everything but cook toast! The conversions cost big bucks and I found a better solution.
Any big box electronics store that carrys car audio stuff has mp3 car adapters that you plug into the cars lighter/power port and it transmits to your radio over an FM signal. You tune it to a frequency that doesn't have a station broadcasting on it and it uses that station to transmit to your cars radio. I have one that lets me put music on a memory stick or plug in an i-pod, mp3 or CD player. I use the memory stick because there are no extra cables or components to set someplace...
Search ebay for "car mp3 fm transmitter"...
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