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Unfortunately there are only two real ways the reception could be "bad".
Either your MP3 player is a lemon itself (meaning a single defective product, in which case you can return it, if you bought it recently!)....OR, the more likely answer is that MP3 players with FM tuners generally don't have great reception.
I have run into one MP3 player that has pretty good reception, and that is the Zune. It lets you set presets and such as well. Hope that helps!
Separate product - listening to mp3's through your car radio is the most complicated and most expensive option; cheapest is a casette adapter if your car has a casette player, or a cd adapter for cd player - one end will plug into headphone jack of Sansa player. Best Buy has the widest selection of adapters. I would get the type of adapter that plugs into the headset - wired. Wireless adapters are "neat," but unreliable (and expensive).
well, depending where you are, there are stores that sell fm tuners for about 30 $. These fm tuners are universal. They just plug in the earphone jack and you tune to 88.1 mhz. It works with batteries or even the ones made for cars, you plug it in the cigarette jack. So go see at radio shack or best buy. They have for sure, im in canada and well they have like 4 diferrent models ! Be sure to ask someone there, its easier that way !