Belkin’s new Web site is called
my best FM. It helps you find the best “dead spot” to set your radio dial to, if you’re using an iPod FM transmitter.
iPod owners not fortunate enough to own a vehicle with an auxiliary audio device input or direct iPod dock often rely on FM transmitter peripherals in order to listen to their music. Belkin, whose product line includes such devices for the iPod, has stepped up to the plate with a new Web site that helps you locate the best FM frequencies to set your radio and your iPod FM transmitter to, in order to avoid any interference or crosstalk from actual broadcast stations.
Using my best FM, you simply enter the city or zip code and state you’re located in, and click on the “go” button. The Web site will report to you the best FM frequencies, along with second and third-best choices. There’s no charge for using the service; it’s free.