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  1. someguy01234's Avatar
    I have these lugulake speakers if you have the space. They goes pretty loud for their size, they aren't boombox sound but they have pretty good sound clarity. Amazon.com: LuguLake Portable Bluetooth Speaker, with Stand function Wireless Stereo Speaker Built-in 3.5mm Aux Port: Cell Phones & Accessories
    08-07-2014 02:28 PM
  2. itic's Avatar
    In order for me to listen to music off my phone in my 13 yr old SUV i had to replace the deck with something that had bluetooth as well as usb and input ports. I ended up with a double din JVC KW 500 that fit perfectly in the space left by the OE head unit.

    I get better quality using a 80g ipod using usb then i do using a belkin bluetooth adapter.
    08-09-2014 12:58 PM
  3. spiraleze's Avatar
    I installed an auxiliary input to my stock radio on my 2004 Dodge Dakota. It plugs in the rear of the radio unit and gives me a 3.5mm input jack to plug in my phone. The nice thing is that it plays through the trucks audio unit and is controlled (volume, etc.) from the radio also.
    I would check and see if your SUV radio would support something like this.

    Chrysler radio auxiliary input adapter pie chry02-aux 300m pt cruiser
    08-09-2014 08:54 PM
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