Take your music collection on the road
Going on road trips across the country is one of the most enjoyable experiences you will have. Listening to your favorite music while going on these road trips makes for an even more memorable experience. Let’s take a look at a couple of ways you can carry your music collection with you on the road.
One of the easiest ways to carry your music with you is via your portable mp3 player. You can then connect your mp3 player to your car audio system and playback your favorite tunes. If you are travelling by car and your car doesn’t have functionality for an mp3 player then you should consider getting yourself an mp3 car stereo adapter. There are many different mp3 car stereo adapters available depending on the type of car stereo system you have. Among the mp3 player adapter for car radios the Universal All Channel FM Transmitter w/ USB Port happens to be one of the best ones available. This little device when connected to your mp3 player transmits it via radio signals for your car radio to pick up and play. This transmitter will connect to almost any media playback device which has a 3.5mm jack. It is powered by a vehicle cigarette lighter or two AAA batteries. The optimal distance of transmission is about 3 meters or 10 feet.
For those of you who plan to carry your music while riding bikes would need to get yourselves Roadmax radio with AM/FM/CD. This sound system is perfect for your bike and is quite tough and durable as it is made from automotive grade rhino tuff ABS plastic. This stereo is mounted vertically and is quite secure. This sound system has two channels each of which has an output of about 40 watts which makes it quite loud. Installation is quite simple and it takes under an hour to complete. These are great sound systems and fit perfectly on most Harley Davidson bikes.