No need, just purchase one of the recent FM ipod transmitters from Belkin or
the like and tune your FM radio to the chosen frequency. The use of these
was legalised about a week ago and they appear to work very well.
Except that there is no single frequency that will allow you to enjoy your
iPod music as you drive around the country. The more built-up the area,
the more likely you will find yourself listening to some annoying pirate
station instead. Even 87.5, supposedly below the official UK FM band, is
occupied in places like Slough, Birmingham, and large parts of London.
A direct connection to the head unit is much more satisfactory.
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