How to install XM radio directly to my headunit?

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  1. BMW ///M3

    BMW ///M3 back to back

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    stock 2002 BMW 330 with no DSP and no CD changer.


    I have a delphi skyfi2. I want to install it directly to my headunit using the auxiliary output, however my car doesnt have one. From what i understand, i need to buy this..

    http://www.logjamelectronics.com/soundauxbmw.html

    ..and this will hook into my trunk (cd changer wiring) and i will simply run a Y cable from these two RCA inputs straight to the back of the XM? Is that all?

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  2. Synner

    Synner New Member

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    That would work, yeah. But if it was me, I'd get an aftermarket stereo with and aux. input, that way you'll still have cd changer controls, and outputs for amplifiers and whatnot, should the need arise.
     
  3. blykins

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    Make sure u keep your radio on 88.3 or else you wont get audio. My mom started freaking cuz she didnt have her XM one day and she had it on normal radio station instead of 88.3. :hsd:
     

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