Kensington LiquidFm Deluxe iPod FM tuner
Using an iPod FM tuner in your car has been legal since 2006 and there are a variety of makes on the market but this latest version from Kensington is a little more stylish than most. It allows you to use a black radio frequency to broadcast the music from your iPod in your car.
The design is simple: it has a cigarette lighter socket at one end, which is also used for powering the device as well as charging your iPod and at the other end is a small transmitter. This part plugs into the charge port of your iPod. It works with a wide range of iPods and even the iPhone.
There is a monochrome LCD display that fills the front of the device and this being the Deluxe version will give you a full readout of the song selected, if you have a RDS–enabled car stereo, that is.
The controls are simple to get to grips with, as along side the on/off button there is a QuickSeek tuner
With three presets channels for you to save details of your iPod, once you've set it up you won't need to do so again. This is something of a blessing as while the theory is all straightforward, it took close to 15 minutes to tune the player in and get a response.
The sound quality is a little mixed and you'll need to turn up the volume to get the best results.