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Need help on a good iPod car adapter

by fockewulf8 / September 16, 2006 10:30 PM PDT

Hi, I am searching for a good quality iPod car adapter for my iPod nano so I can play my iPod through my car speakers. One with good quality sound and reliability. Does anyone have any suggestions as to some products I should look into? Thanks

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You have a couple of options
by dotCapone / September 18, 2006 2:15 AM PDT

If you don't want to spend much money, there is always the iTrip which plays the music over the radio. It works fine, but the quality is only FM radio quality. One thing I stumbled upon recently that looks very interesting is www.icarkits.com. It connects to many factory radios, there is no loss in quality, and it allows you to use the factory radio controls to control your iPod, including steering wheel controls if you have them.

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Do you have a cassette player?
by tvplas / September 19, 2006 11:19 AM PDT

If you have an old car with a cassette player, you can get something that plays through that. I got a device at Walmart for $10 and it works great.

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casette player
by fockewulf8 / September 20, 2006 8:22 AM PDT

warmart eh? i do have a casette player. ill have to check that out also. thanks Happy

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