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Is there an app for playing your music through car speakers on FM radio? On iPod?

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No App’s just products now:
1) Griffin's iTrip FM Transmitter Cable plugs into your iPhone and plays through your car's radio. Buzzing occurs when there’s station interference. This product doesn’t work in the city.

2) Belkin’s Cassette Tape Adapter for $20.00 plays your iPhone through a "dummy cassette" connected with an audio cord.

3) Kensington’s Car Audio AUX Cable for $9.00 is easiest & reliable if your car has an AUX port. It doesn’t suffer from interference.

4) If nothing else works, invest in a Blue Tooth System like Satechi’s Hands-Free Car Stereo FM Transmitter for $50.00. You must have a blue-tooth-enabled phone. There’s a lineout port to your car’s AUX port, so there's no need for FM transmission (like Griffin's iTrip). Although, if I had an AUX port in my car I would buy the $10 cord above. There’s a line-in port to connect other devices, like an MP3 player, portable CD & DVD players, and computers. If you must use the FM transmitter, I can't say it won't have the same problem as the iTrip since it still needs to "borrow" an unused FM radio station to play through the car stereo.

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If your radio deck has Bluetooth you can wirelessly send the signal. If not go buy a ten dollar cable that goes from iPod to cigarette lighter.

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There is an app for playing your music through car speakers on FM radio. It known as the iTrip app. It is a powerful FM transmitter found in iTrip wireless FM transmitter. You just need to plug into the dock connector and press the SmartScan button, which finds the cleanest frequency to play your music through your car speakers.

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No App’s just products now:
1) Griffin's iTrip FM Transmitter Cable plugs into your iPhone and plays through your car's radio. Buzzing occurs when there’s station interference. This product doesn’t work in the city.

2) Belkin’s Cassette Tape Adapter for $20.00 plays your iPhone through a "dummy cassette" connected with an audio cord.

3) Kensington’s Car Audio AUX Cable for $9.00 is easiest & reliable if your car has an AUX port. It doesn’t suffer from interference.

4) If nothing else works, invest in a Blue Tooth System like Satechi’s Hands-Free Car Stereo FM Transmitter for $50.00. You must have a blue-tooth-enabled phone. There’s a lineout port to your car’s AUX port, so there's no need for FM transmission (like Griffin's iTrip). Although, if I had an AUX port in my car I would buy the $10 cord above. There’s a line-in port to connect other devices, like an MP3 player, portable CD & DVD players, and computers. If you must use the FM transmitter, I can't say it won't have the same problem as the iTrip since it still needs to "borrow" an unused FM radio station to play through the car stereo.
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