Ask about FM Transmitters

<p>I need a fm transmitter for my car, which is the best choice for cd player, mp3 player, . . . . with a good quality and reception?</p>

<p>Monster Cable.</p>

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<p>The nice thing about this adaptor is that it has a pass through 12v adaptor plug which allows you to connect a portable cd player that has a 12v adaptor plug.</p>

<p>A question for nouvonoz--what sort of car do you have?</p>

<p>I know I just recommended a Monster Cable transmitter, but there is an option that's even better.</p>

<p>On some cars (notably Volvos) you can link the iPod right into the stereo. There is a model of stereo in some Volvos (I know the 850s have them, at least in 1996) that had a plug for a CD changer that the dealer could wire in the back of the car. You can get a kit that will allow you to use the iPod on this jack. This way you get 100% clear sound and as a bonus, you can control the iPod with the radio controls.</p>

<p>I'm not sure about other car models...I currently have an 18 year old Acura that I use the Monster transmitter on (and I know it doesn't have a port like this on it) but I'll soon have a Volvo so I am going to connect it like that.</p>

<p>Also, if you have an MP3 player, chances are you won't need a CD player. I haven't played a CD in my car since 2004...same year I got the iPod. I used to use a cassette adaptor for a CD player (which is another option for your iPod as well if your car plays tapes).</p>

<p>i have an accord 96</p>

<p>Don't get a Coby one. I bought it because it was cheap and I've had endless problems with it... not helped by my disfunctional/outdated iPod mini, no doubt, but, still, if I have to buy a new one I'm going to be a little less stingy and go for a good one.</p>