Yes, that's right. Consumers out there must be addicted to the low quality sound of FM radio and that's why there are like a billion FM transmitters for the iPod. Why is it so hard to find solutions to connect your iPod to your car CD player while using the dock connector and charging at the same time? It's crazy! I walked around in a Best Buy for 30 minutes looking at all the FM transmitters and car chargers and I couldn't find ONE SINGLE SOLUTION to charging and playing the iPod through the line-in RCA jack in the back of my head unit. What I have now is a Belkin car iPod charger (which I can't find at any stores anymore) and it happens to have a Line-Out function built right in! Can you believe it? It's so nice but, I want a solution where I don't have to use a cigarette lighter to charge my iPod as well as I really want multiple cables. So while this is working for now, I've got something else in mind. So anyways, upon searching Amazon I came across only ONE cable that actually looks like it will work correctly. I'll link it to you if you like. http://www.amazon.com/Direct-Audio-...Q&pf_rd_t=1501&pf_rd_p=186414201&pf_rd_i=home Line-In is SOOO much better sounding than any wireless FM transmitter! Most CD players come with an AUX input on the front or the back now-a-days and yet FM transmitters are still so much more popular. Why don't manufacturers make more products that make sense? Like the Belkin and the cable from Amazon, would be perfect on the shelves of Best Buy... I guess I really am an audiophile.