Playing MP3 player in the car Watch
I've put a lot of songs on my MP3 player, and wanted to be able to listen to them when I am driving. Someone mentioned that I can get it to play through the car's speakers, but havn't got a clue how!!
Can anyone explain in a really easy, non-technical way, the quickest/easiest way of doing it? (Its a CD/radio player in the car already, if that makes any difference).
you can get car radios with mp3 ports these days!
Depending on your particular model of MP3 player, there may be transmitters designed specifically for it (there are lots of iPod-specifc ones, for example).
so either smoething like this: http://www.itripstore.co.uk/product/...d_and_nano.htm (available for non-ipod too)
Would you say that the FM transmitters are any good? I understand what you are saying about it would be better quality with a new stereo to plug it in directly. But...I would rather be able to play my MP3 player in various different cars, if that makes sense! I drive my mum's car at the moment, but will hopefully be getting my own soon - so it would be better if I could use it in different cars.
Also.....another question! I'm going on holiday soon, and hiring a car while I am there. If I had a transmitter thingy - would that work in *any* car (and how easy is it to tune into it!?)
A transmitter should work in any car with a radio (ones that take their power from a cigarette lighter will obviously need one of those as well).