iPod car adapter kits allow you to listen to your music over your factory car stereo system. If this sounds like what you're
looking for, then look no further. Click on either the iPod Interfaces or Auxiliary Inputs category to the left for a list of kits for all
sorts of vehicle makes. Cadillac, Dodge, Mercedes, Mitsubishi and all the big names. Trucks, vans, SUVs. It doesn't matter. Most kits are specific
to your stereo and vehicle, which means control from the radio (or the steering wheel controls, in some cases) and text display on the radio if it's
capable. You say you want charging too? No problem. Most kits in the iPod Interfaces category allow charging. Even while the music is playing.
Maybe you assumed you could only use your Apple device in your vehicle if it came with an iPod car adapter. Not so. Even if you don't have a newer
vehicle, we've got some great universal alternatives too. Say you need the older 30-pin connection instead of the newer Lightning connector? No
problem there either.
Many people use their iPods at home or at work. Why not expand your horizons with an iPod car adapter? It helps keep your eyes on
the road and it keeps your battery topped off. And the sound quality of your vehicle speakers is likely far better than playing the music over
the iPod's built-in speaker. Your passengers will think you splurged on the expensive factory stereo option that came with an iPod car adapter.
But you'll know you spent a fraction of the cost. Most iPod car adapter kits cost less than $100! And some include other features like Aux, USB,
Android, HD, Satellite and more. Help your vehicle realize it's full potential and make your daily commute more enjoyable. Sometimes it's the little
things that can turn your day around.
If you've seen some of the cheaper iPod car adapter products, you know they're lacking in sound and features. Cassette adapters and
wirelss FM transmitters are the worst possible connection types you can get. For a little more money you can get a top-quality, dependable connection.
A connection that utilizes a plug already on the back of your radio that is specifically designed for input. And it's not just for people with the
newest vehicles. You may not realize it but proprietary auxiliary plugs have been found on many factory car radios since the late 90s. Many of the kits
we carry use these plugs, so splicing is rarely required. It's usually a direct connection. And even if you don't have a proprietary factory input plug,
we have a few universal products that can be direct connected through any antenna jack. That's not the same as the cheapo kits that utilize a wireless FM
transmitter. These are top-quality, direct-connect kits that cut off FM reception when in use and provide you with quality equivalent to a strong FM
station. You'll find the best iPod car adapter kits here at Replacement Radios. Whether it's PAC-Audio, Vais Technology, iSimple, Grom Audio, USA Spec
or one of our other brands, we're sure you'll find something you'll love.