What is better when listening to an iPod in the car an adapter, casset or Aux-input?
From the choices above which one would be best for a car and economical. What brand or specific product would you suggest for under $40 that is good quality?
- HaltGLv 49 years agoFavorite Answer
Aux-input is the best, but not all car models have the jack you need.
For those, you can get one of the FM frequency adapters. They plug into your lighter, connect to your iPod, then you set your car stereo to a particular FM frequency and listen to the iPad through the radio.Source(s): http://ipodcarplayer.com/
- rieksLv 44 years ago
hi! in simple terms get an auxiliary chords (expenses approximately $5) and plug it into your ipod and vehicle! as quickly because it is plugged in, hit the button (the only which differences from am/fm/aux...etc....I actually have a cd participant that i put in and the replace is the "source" button for me and it is going, from tuner (am/fm), CD, and Aux. in simple terms mess around and it is going to artwork, press play and boost! Itunes on the bypass! :D desire that enables!
- Anonymous9 years ago
AUX IMPUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wayt better sound!
An u can get them at Target ,but best bet is to go to Best Buy