It’s apparent to anyone who has attempted to buy an iPod Nano as a holiday gift that these diminutive music players are the “IT” gifts this season. Since many new iPod owners will invariably want to take their tunes to go in the car, we thought this guide from Technoride on six ways to link your iPod to your car stereo might be helpful to the millions of new iPod parents come Christmas.

Many people mistakenly believe that FM transmitters or modulators are the way to go because of their price. Ironically, when it comes to connecting your iPod to your car stereo you don’t always get what you pay for. If you have a cassette player in your car, a $20 cassette adaptor will sound better and be completely absent of static compared to a $50 - $80 FM transmitter. Of course, a direct line-in connection is preferable and becoming more common in today’s new cars. Well, we’ll let the guys at Technoride explain the rest…

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