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On The Road Again With Bluetooth iPod Accessories For Cars

 


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Perhaps it was inevitable that two leaders in innovative technology came together with Bluetooth iPod accessories for cars. Although the Bluetooth vehicle accessories can adapt to other brands of portable MP3 players, they are usually referred to as Bluetooth iPod accessories for cars. The Apple iPod has become an iconic brand name like Kleenex or Xerox, in that any brand of MP3 player is usually called an iPod.

Attaching To Your Vehicle

Bluetooth is the name of a brand of wireless technology that helps high tech gadgets communicate with each other. You've probably seen or heard of Bluetooth accessories for cell phones, laptops and printers. Bluetooth - originally developed by Eriksson - is now considered the industry standard for short range wireless technology. It is predicted to be even more commonplace in the years to come.

You don't need a lot of wires, then, for using Bluetooth iPod accessories for cars. You tend to just plug one small wire in, turn it on and that's it. If you've ever listened to commercial radio recently, it certainly is more commercials than tunes. Bluetooth iPod accessories for cars aren't earthshaking concepts like a cancer cure, but they can help you be less stressed when you drive, which is still a pretty radical concept.

You often get a much better sound in your car than in your home. Cars are perfectly made for maximizing the acoustics that go into rich, detailed, crisp sound. In the 1990's, British singer songwriter confessed that he didn't have a home stereo - but he listened to music in his car. As it's too dangerous to drive with headphones on, you need an ears-free and hands-free solution.

Scosche IPBCK Bluetooth Connection Kit

This is the most praised of the Bluetooth iPod accessories for your car. It won the 2006 CES Innovations award. It also won “Best New Accessory" in 2005 at the prestigious SEMA electronic show. For all that hype, it's a small gizmo. You plug it into your car dashboard stereo adapter and then connect with your iPod and you're ready for the road.

This has extras like a built-in rechargeable battery, a car power adapter, a receiver module, mounting or docking options just for the iPod brand of portable MP3 players and an extra cable. If you don't need the music but need to use your cell phone, just switch them and you have hands-free cell phone use.

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