Not all iPod FM transmitters are created equal — some have dodgy cradles that fling your iPod around the cabin, others roll over at the first sign of interference. We pick four of the best, so you can have your tunes everywhere you drive.
No matter how good an FM transmitter is, it will never be a match for a direct connection to your iPod or MP3 player, but if your car's sound system lacks an auxiliary input or USB port, and you're not willing to rip it out and install a new unit, then it's the easiest option.
We rate Belkin's TuneCast Auto highly for its good sound and uncomplicated design. If you need a cradle for your iPod and a few more pre-sets the Cygnett GrooveTransmit is a worthy choice. Those looking to kill two birds (navigation and iPod music on the radio) the Navman MY75T offers decent sounding music, good navigation and music straight from an SD card. The only in-car digital radio tuner, the Pure Highway, also comes with a line-in port and FM transmitter.