Universal Converters Universally Suck in audio quality. Your player/radio may not support bluetooth integration. Above being true, this might be for you. - Just passing along the idea. Installed this jack 7-10 years ago. The nice thing about this is, you can keep the portable player underneath the passenger seat where it stays cool, out-of-sight yet connected and is easy to reach. Don't have to disconnect to hide. When in use, simply set it in the little insert on top of the console above the jack. All that is required is an installable 1/8" stereo headphone jack, (gold-plated recommended,) phillips #2 screwdriver, drill, adhesive, some wire and soldering iron. Wired the jack to the RCA auxilliary inputs on my stereo. Install time is about 1-2 hours. (just don't use the jack until the adhesive cures) Radio Shack also carries the short 1/8" stereo jack patch cable that you'll want; for connecting to the portable player. Three Photos: Photo Number ONE https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=0C43F28D3024191B&id=C43F28D3024191B!367&v=3 Photo Number TWO https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=0C43F28D3024191B&id=C43F28D3024191B!368&v=3 Photo Number THREE https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=0C43F28D3024191B&id=C43F28D3024191B!366&v=3 Oh, you may find that the plastic wall is too thick to allow the head of the jack to come through like it shows in the above photos. In that case, use an oversized drill bit, or blade, to *CAREFULLY* reduce the thickness of the plastic surrounding the hole. Eventually you'll have thinned it out enough, to get good protrusion. Don't worry, the wall will still be plenty thick when done. The drilled hole was small enough that it required, screwing the jack into place. Careful not to allow adhesive in the jack. Should just be on the base of the jack, better securing it to the wall. Threading it alone, won't be enough. EDIT 15y01m29d10h11m25s: Updated SkyDrive links to OneDrive links.