NEO iON for iPod


Back in March, I wrote a little story about the NEO iON. It’s an iPod adapter designed to fit most stock car stereos.

I think I’m actually going to buy one, but I was curious if and odl readers have actually used it. If so, how do you like it?

I have an FM transmitter, but it doesn’t work too well here in San Francisco. There are just too many radio stations. The NEO iON also gives the added bonus of being able to control the iPod from the buttons on the stereo.

Please leave a comment if you have a review of the NEO iON or have found better solutions for connecting your iPod to your car stereo.

3 thoughts on “NEO iON for iPod”

  1. As technologically backwards as this may sound, I plug my Ipod into an adapter that came with my old diskman. Yes, that’s right, it’s a tape deck that connects through the earphone jack.

    I’m sure this is not the idea situation for the best sound, but i’d be the first to admit I don’t have the best stero in my car.

  2. I have a Neo iOn that I purchased at and strongly reccomend it to all of my close friends. The thing is so simple and provides full quality sound, full control of the iPod and it does not lock the display like the other ipod car kits do. Five thumbs up and four and a half stars in my book.

  3. I also purchased the Neo iOn from after I was assured that it would work with my vehicle (2005 Toyota Camry with factory Navigation). I took the setup to a professional installer (A&B Audio in Tarpon Springs, FL) and was shown that the product was not compatible with my car. If you have factory navigation, be fore-warned about Neo iOn compatibility!

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