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They work okay but not as good as the Pioneer CD-RB10 (think that's right) aux in adaptor. You seem to get better volume with the Pioneer piece but we've sold a lot of the Scosche adaptor and seems to work fine.
 

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i use that to connect my SIrius Sportster Replay to my deck, i've been very pleased with it. only downside is i had to turn the volume level up to match the volume level of my IPod adapter.
 

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focuson03 said:
i use that to connect my SIrius Sportster Replay to my deck, i've been very pleased with it. only downside is i had to turn the volume level up to match the volume level of my IPod adapter.
By turn the volume up, do you mean on the head unit?

The Sirius Sportster Replay should have the ability to adjust the line out volume (It is a feature of the Sirius Streamer Replay, which should have identical features to the sportster)

Adjust the line out on the Sportster and you should be fine (by default I think the line out is set at 50%)


I've only ever used the Pioneer CD-RB10.

You can probably find it for cheaper, but Cardomain has them for $30.

How much did you find the one pictured for?
 
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