(The) irock 300W Wireless Music Adapter (www.myirock.com) links any portable device to car or home stereos for about $30.It works!
I use the iRock 300W with my iPod. It makes a super combination.
iTunes, iPod, iRock together... make listening to my CD collection a joy. Now that I've ripped 2 GB of music onto my iPod, I've been listening to a lot less radio.
The playlist feature in iTunes allows me to group tracks and/or artists any way I want to. I have this one playlist that I'm really hooked on:
Jennifer Warnes, Mono, Squeeze, Aerosmith, Boston, Elvis Costello, Bruce Springsteen, Imogen Heap, Inner Circle, B-52's, The Knack, Lenny Kravitz, Jethro Tull, 10,000 Maniacs, Steely Dan, the Evinrudes, U2, UB40, Peter Tosh and Mick Jagger.I dare any Boston radio station to play that mix on their station!
It will never happen.
In today's radio market, the stations are so segmented, that you'd have to combine seven stations to hear each of these types of music.
Hello radio, we are smarter than you think. We enjoy listening to a mix of new wave, classic rock, current hits, and new stuff.
I'll be listening to my iPod and turn you on for the traffic and weather.