[ Music ] >> Jasmine France: If you want to listen to your MP3 player in the car the easiest way is through a direct line in connection. Unfortunately, not all cars offer this feature but what they do have is an FM radio. I'm Jasmine France and I'm here with the EzCube FM transmitter. As you can see this device is super small. Actually it's the tiniest FM transmitter I've come across and it works surprisingly well offering clear playback on even the crammed frequencies in San Francisco. It also connects to any MP3 player via a standard 3.5 mm plug. The downside is that there is no dashboard mounting system so the whole set up is rather messy and will leave your center console looking cluttered. Still considering the EzCube will only set you back about 40 bucks and works great it's easy to overlook that minor drawback. [ Background music ] I'm Jasmine France for CNET. ^M00:00:47 [ Music ]
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