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  1.    #1  
    I would like to know if somebody knows how to connect Treo600 to a car sound amplifier to be able to listen music from the speakers.
    With my Zire71 I did it connecting the headphone jack to the auxiliary input of my car stereo. When I do the same in my Treo it does not function.
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    I use a combo of the 3.5 to 2.5mm adapter I bought at Radio Shack for $5 (use a knife to cut off some of the rubber at the end of the plug so that it goes in far enough into the Treo) and a Maxell cassette adapter. Not all cassette adapters work...

    Here's a couple other threads on this, that can be found by searching the forums (always a good idea)
    Palm III > HS Visor > Treo 600 > Treo 650 > Treo 750 > Treo Pro > PrePlus GSM

    "95% of all software issues are due to USER ERROR."
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    I use a Radio Shack I-rock Tansmitter.

    Good sound response. my I rock (300) needs two AAA batteries, but the new model (400) has more power and It can be plugged into the Car lighter, so the batteries are just an option.

  4. #4  
    any good music sites you guys know about to down load music to my pocket tunes on my treo? need mp3 files only
  5. #5  
    I ghetto rigged a clear front case i think i got form treo central with some velcro(the industrial strength) and affixed it to my dash. and using the 3 dollar 2.5mm to 3.5 mm jack from radioshack i plug in my cassette adapter, and just press tape on my stereo and with a few button presses. ptunes is playing in my car!. I can also answer(and make) phone calls, while driving all for much less than those hundred dollar car kits. you dont even have to put it on speaker phone, at least i dont and everyone i talk to can hear me fine! its been in my car for like 4 months now and never falls down.
  6.    #6  
    Download for free mlMac or LimeWire... And fron there you can download any MP3 music that you want.
  7. #7  
    I did exactly this, and here's what I found:
    1) The only 2.5 -> 3.5 mm adapter that my local RadioShack carried would not properly fit in the headphone jack of my Treo 600. The plastic sleeve was too big, and it bumped up against the case. I had to purchase the proper adapter online. It's specific to the Treo 600.
    2) I then used a RCA -> 3.5 mm cable to connect the Treo 600 to the input of the amp.
    3) Fortunately, the Treo just worked. I guess the impedence on the amp was high enough.

    Unfortunately, that was my last car. I no longer have the amp, so I just use the 2.5 -> 3.5mm adapter, and a cassette-deck adapter. It works great!

  8. #8  
    i bought a headphone jack from PalmOne store and I am able to listen mp3 in my car with the cassette-deck adapter. i use the normal headphone to listen mp3 too.
    both work great. i just use my iPod in nowadays

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