No, it's not BS. I bought my wife one of those FM Transmitters for her iPod when she was on a road trip. The thing was terrible. Not only is it rare that you find a channel to use, but the quality of the music is barely recognizeable at worst, and about as good as a tape player at best. For that reason, she has switched to one of those cassette to iPod adapters.<br><br>The problem is, we live in a very large city and all the frequencies are used... we even get the Spanish stations.<br><br><br>Visit me here!
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