Ephram has a Samsung Galaxy S2 and he wants to link it to his car stereo to be hands free. He's using a headphone jack to plug into a cassette adapter. But he's getting volume issues. Leo says it's probably a cheap adapter. Try a better quality adapter that can filter out interference and you'll have a better go.
Connecting a smartphone or mobile device to your car stereo is a great way to listen to music, audiobooks and podcasts while driving. There's a few ways to accomplish this.
Scott just bought a 2006 Ford Mustang and he'd like to set it up to work with his Samsung Galaxy S III. Leo says that ideally, Ford Sync would be great, but Ford doesn't allow an aftermarket install.
He'll want to get a head unit car stereo that supports A2DP Bluetooth. Leo suggests looking at the Alpine brand stereos. Having Bluetooth would allow him to play his music from his smartphone wirelessly.
There are aftermarket head end units that have Bluetooth capability, and Leo recommends the Alpine stereos. There are a lot of FM transmitting devices, but in a city like Cincinnati, the radio dial is packed with stations. Leo doesn't recommend those unless he lived in an area with few stations.