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FM tuner? Does the FM tuner in my MP3 player allow me to listen to my MP3's through the radio in my car or do I need a separate product for that?

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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).

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The Sansa
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