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I am trying to find the best/affordable (if there is such a thing) fm transmitter that will work great with both my iPhone and iPod Classic.

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Griffin make the best ones IMO, here's a link.

Griffin Technology: iTrip - FM Transmitter with App support

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Have to agree there. I have an older Belkin unit sitting on my desk and have also used an earlier version of the iTrip (I think). One thing I like about the device linked to is it can use any frequency in the FM band rather than 3 or 4 like my Belkin. That's not a big problem in my area but can be if you live in an area with lots of stations.

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