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Many of my friends have iPods. Just about all of them have one way or another to listen to their iPods in their cars. I've tried several ways, some work better than others:

iPod FM Transmitter

iPod FM TransmitterI was just telling my coworker this morning how my iPod FM transmitter apparently stopped working. I can barely hear the music while dialed to 87.7FM. There was a strong station on 87.9FM, but I tried getting it to work over a 32 mile trip and it was 99% static with barely audible music in the background.

Satellite Radio

Shhhhhhh... Don't tell anyone, but I've been cheating on my iPod for a couple months now! Yes, I know it's hard to believe, but it's true. These days I don't listen to the iPod at all on my drive to and from work. What is my new digital audio player of choice? Actually, it's not an audio player at all, it's a satellite radio.

For those of you that follow the adventures of Judie and I through this site, you may be aware that I was always the MP3 player aficionado. I've been using them and reviewing them for quite a few years now.

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