Belkin TuneCast Auto Live FM transmitter makes use of the iPhone's GPS and interface to find FM frequencies.
The Belkin TuneCast 3 may be suitable for rural users and long, desolate road trips, but it doesn't quite cut it in a big city.
I tried the MediaGate iKit to connect my iPhone to my car's FM radio, preparing to be disappointed. Lo and behold, I got no interference and decent sound quality, even in urban Seattle.
If you must use an FM transmitter, you'll probably do better to overlook the Belkin TuneCast II in favor of other options.
FM transmitters -- Griffin's iTrip being the most popular -- are frequently criticised for, well, sucking. We've rounded up four different models for a painful real-world stress test
Can technology make the hassles of a family car trip simpler? Alex Kidman decided to put technology to the test on the road.
If you're looking for a way to integrate your iPod into your home entertainment system, Griffin's TuneCast fits the bill--just be sure to set it up in direct line of sight of your favorite chair.
Belkin Auto Kit for new iPod is too long for some cars