Similarly, you can add another type of small device that's easily concealable. And it offers a different way of transmitting your audio to your car's system. That is, you can play music via Bluetooth. The Parrot MKi9200 not only allows you to have Bluetooth telephone functions, but it gives you the ability to listen to your playlists using the A2DP protocol (for your iPod, it needs to have Bluetooth capability). View and control your playlists from the Parrot 2.4-inch LCD display and remote. If you do not have Bluetooth capability, you can connect to the Parrot using a supplied cable proprietary to the iPod. Since a few states (and many more are sure to follow) have hands-free phone regulations, a Bluetooth kit that also solves in-car audio entertainment might be a practical and necessary option.