What is everyone using to hook up their iPod to their car? FM transmitters? Cables? Other?
I know this doesn't really help, but carI don't even have a car yet, but for the mean time I'm using some saturn car.
Easiest thing to do would be to get a FM transmitter. They cost $40-$80 and usually they will also charge your iPod as you listen to it. The other option is to hardwire an iPod input into you stock radio. They isnt an option on for all makes and models, but it will provide better sound quality than an FM transmitter. They are harder to install and usually will run you a little more money. Lastly, you could just upgrade your deck in the car for around $200 and get a FM/AM/CD/MP3/WMA cd player, that has an auxiliary input.
anyone know if its possible to listen to music via bluetooth on a 2nd gen ipod touch cause i know they have bluetooth capabilities and u are supposedly able to use bluetooth headphones so i was wondering about cars w bluetooth capabilities
Quality on FM transmitters is horrible. Run a cable to the CD or AUX input in the back of your headunit then get a dock connector hooked up to that (Griffin or similar) and route that somewhere in front or your gear stick.