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iPodpedia: The Ultimate iPod and iTunes Resource by Michael Miller

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Chapter 14Using Your iPod in the Car

When you love your music, you want to listen to it everywhere—including and especially in your car. Although you could pop on your earphones to listen to your iPod while driving, that’s not really safe and might even be illegal in your particular locale. A better solution is to somehow pipe the tunes from your iPod through your car’s built-in audio system. How you do this depends on the features of your particular car (and car audio system) and how much trouble you want to go through.

Connecting to an iPod-Enabled Car

Some people have it good. These folks own cars that are iPod-compatible from the factory. Yes, it’s true; a lot of today’s new cars have built-in iPod connectivity.

If you own an iPod-compatible ...

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