Honda introduced the Accord sedan for the 1979 model year. The 2007 model received few upgrades from the 2006 version. A six-CD disc changer became an option for the 2007 Accord, but other sound system enhancements were neglected. Unfortunately for digital music lovers, the 2007 Accord did not come with an auxiliary (AUX) input for MP3 devices to be plugged into.
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The 2007 Honda Accord came standard with a two-speaker sound system with AM/FM capabilities. The standard CD player could be fitted with a six-CD disc changer upgrade. However, the CD player did not read MP3 or WMA (Windows Media Audio) files, meaning digital music could not be played through the stereo. Additionally, the absence of an AUX input meant users could not insert an iPod or other digital music device.
One way to incorporate an AUX input into a 2007 Honda Accord is to replace the stock radio with a new stereo. Many new systems come standard with an AUX input and can be installed for less than £130, depending on the model and quality. Additionally, adaptors that plug into the cigarette lighter can successfully connect an MP3 player to your stereo without an AUX input.
There are also aftermarket AUX adaptors available, which can be fitted to the existing player.
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