1. omar8012's Avatar
    what do i need to listen to the songs on my iphone through my car stereo system? what do i need, how do i get it and is it simple. i dont want to hook and unhook anything meaning "no screwdrive needed".
    01-02-2010 05:28 PM
  2. applejosh's Avatar
    Easiest it just to get a radio transmitter type device. Several are available (from Monster, Belkin, Griffin etc.). Just plug it into the cigarette lighter and the iphone dock connecter (or headphone jack) and set the broadcast frequency to an unused one on your radio dial.
    01-02-2010 05:44 PM
  3. omar8012's Avatar
    which is the best and easiest? did you purchase from tipb?
    01-02-2010 06:02 PM
  4. DainBramage1's Avatar
    Over the years I've tried a few of those, and would always come across areas where there was some sort of interference that would create static or fuzz. Didn't seem to matter what frequency I was on, I could never drive for more than five or ten minutes before hitting more fuzz. It usually wouldn't last long, but anything at all was more than I care for. The other options seem to be a car deck that has either an auxiliary input or supports Bluetooth A2DP, or a cassette adapter.
    01-02-2010 10:22 PM
  5. canamera's Avatar
    go wireless...I'm using the Jabra handsfree.
    01-02-2010 10:27 PM
  6. cobra302's Avatar
    The easiest is to just plug a cable into the headphone port and to the aux input if a car stereo.
    01-02-2010 10:56 PM
  7. applejosh's Avatar
    If there's no aux input, then the radio transmitter type devices are the best bet for a "no screwdriver" type install. I thought the monster one worked well when I had it (but the model I used was many years ago before iPhone). As a previous post stated, as you travel across areas, you'll find areas of interference. I'm not saying it's the cleanest and clearest solution, but it involves no real installation process. If your stereo deck has an aux input, then obviously go that route. I assumed that since you were asking, it didn't have one. I don't have a "best" one to recommend. Maybe check out amazon and google ratings before deciding on one.
    01-03-2010 09:08 AM
  8. dawggg63's Avatar
    I've used both radio transmitter and cassette adapter, and was MUCH happier w/ the cassette adapter. If you don't have an aux-in on your stereo, and want a cheap solution, this is the way to go. If you don't mind spending a little more, I've heard good things about the Jabra bluetooth.
    01-03-2010 01:44 PM
  9. applejosh's Avatar
    What's a cassette?

    01-03-2010 02:35 PM
  10. HoneyBunny's Avatar
    What's a cassette?

    01-03-2010 11:25 PM
  11. iquinn's Avatar
    What's a cassette?

    LMAO All the talk about cassette adapters made me think when I had last seen one in a car. I'm thinking it must have been about 1996 or so.
    01-04-2010 04:48 PM