It seems everyone's love of music has been rejuvenated by the iPod and other digital music players (DMP). Everyone's got one. And increasingly, every new car also seems to have one connected to the vehicle's audio system. Automobile manufacturers are finding ways to help you connect your Apple DMP, MP3 player or even thumb drives via USB to your factory radio. What usually takes 7 years to integrate into an automobile assembly line has taken as little as two. That is how important the iPod has become. It's not just a gadget, it's a lifestyle. So great, I have to purchase a new automobile to get it to work in the car right? Of course not. And if you own a hot rod or custom many decades old, you can still get music in the vehicle without sacrificing the classic interior look. The success of the iPod has brought about thousands of accessories to help you integrate your iPod or other music options into your vehicle.
So as you can see, there are plenty of options available for those looking to get hot rod tunes. You can go the inexpensive way but sacrifice audio quality or go high-end for better sound and more functionality. It is all a matter of what your preferences are. Good luck!
Custom Autosound has a variety of options for getting music in the car that don't require
Custom Autosound has seen the growth of the iPod market and now offers the iPod Interface