Adapters & Accessories for your iPod Car Stereo

October 31, 2012

Using your iPod and car stereo together creates a convenient and safe way to enjoy music in your vehicle. Understanding the range of accessories on the market to help you achieve this will make the process easier.

Cassette

If you are reluctant to incur the cost and hassle involved in purchasing and installing an entirely new stereo, a cassette adapter can be used. This device will allow you use the existing cassette deck of the stereo to play music by connecting the iPod and car stereo. The cassette shaped component is inserted into the normal slot and the cable attached to it is connected to the iPod aux input socket.   

Cable

It is possible to connect an iPod directly to a car stereo with the help of the right cables. A cable that attaches to the iPod will usually end in a standard jack, and can be used to link the gadget to the stereo.

Connector

In the event that the connection is the wrong size to enable the iPod and car stereo to be used together, an adapting connector can be fastened in place to allow the cable to be slotted correctly.  

Charger

When you spend a large amount of time in your car, you may find it convenient to charge the iPod car stereo. There are a range of options available when it comes to a charger, which will enable you to find the one most suitable for your car.  

Docking Station

Making use of a docking station in your car can make the process of using your iPod and car stereo together much easier. Not only will this provide an ideal place to store the iPod, it will also make it more convenient to use.

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