Description: All-in-one digital FM transmitter and car charger plays iPod, iPod Mini or iPod Nano through car’s FM radio, Simultaneously charges iPod using the car´s DC power source (cigarette outlet)., Transmits iPod tunes through any available FM radio frequency., Simple up/down button speeds frequency selection and three programmable buttons lock in station presets., Patented Aerielle wireless technology enhances noise reduction and stereo separation. Availability: Usually ships in 24 hours Average customer rating: 4.0 Sales rank: 44

Customer Reviews The best I’ve tried so far. This is my third FM transmitter and the only one I didn’t return. The sound is good enough that I would have given it 4 stars except that it’s very difficult to read the display. I listen to downloaded audiobooks on long drives and this is the only transmitter that has been clear enough for that purpose. For music, it’s even better. The fact that it charges my iPod is a major bonus. As close to a direct connection as you’ll ever get from an FM transmitter! I’ve been an iPod junkie for as long as I can remember, and for as long as I can remember, I’ve been trying to get my iPod to work with my stock Bose stereo in my 2002 Nissan Altima. I’ve been through at least 3 or 4 other FM transmitters, the iTrip, Belkin Tunecast and a couple of generic ones. I live in LA, so anyone from a metropolitan area will agree with me and say they pretty much all sucked. Lots of random interference no matter what “empty” station you think you may have found and lots of “sibilance” where the “s” sounds are pronounced and fuzzy. Very annoying. I finally found a means of direct connecting my iPod to my stock Bose stereo about a year ago and I was incredibly happy with the sound. THen about 2 months ago, my car was broken into and my STOCK stereo was stolen (in addition to other things). After it was replaced by the bodyshop, the newer stock stereo did NOT have the ability for a direct connection, and sadly, VERY sadly, I lost my direct iPod connection. Needless to say, in my desperation, I began looking at reviews at some of the newer FM transmitters, and found an overwhelmingly positive average for this Kensington and decided to give it a shot. As other reviewers here will tell you, I was BLOWN away by the sound quality! (you MUST set the iPods EQ to “Treble Reducer” though, it get’s rid of the sibilance completely). Choosing 88.3 as the frequency, there’s VERY minimal background static that’s almost non-existant once the car is on and in motion. The sound is darn near that of my lost direct connection, and dare I say, BETTER than FM radio! No kidding! I’ve driven through all of LA with it, and have yet to hear any static interruption. I will agree with some of the other reviewers here in that if you move the connector to the ipod, it will sometimes cause static noise, but it’s rare, and ONLY happens if you’re fiddling with it. Great great unit. Highly recommended. Excellent product, and I got it free! This is a very good product, and you can get it, along with any other products on Amazon up to $500 Free! Participate in this special promotion and get a free $500 Amazon Gift Card at this web site: