FM Transmitter for mp3 players and iPod (Black) - £12.57 or less delivered - HotUKDeals
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FM Transmitter for mp3 players and iPod (Black) is £12.57 or less delivered from

This is the product which transfer the sound from MP3 or PDA into car radio or the home radio through the FM frequency. Without earphone, you can enjoy the MP3 music through the radio system freely.

Product description : Frequency used - lower than 500uV/m (3m)| Frequency type - F3E | Frequency response - 20Hz ~ 15KHz | Power supply - 1.5V battery(AAA) or DC 12-24V | Consuming current (no signal) - 50mA(battery), 35mA(12V DC) | Available Temperature : -10 ~ 60 degree | Dimension - 23x23x69 mm | Weight : 32g(including battery)

How to use: 1) Put the battery into Irhythm or put Cigar code into the car | 2) Connect FM Transmitter's Jack plug into MP3(or CDP/PDA/MP3 phone)s earphone Jack | 3) Select Frequency using selection switch | 4) Set the same frequency of FM radio as FM Transmitter's Frequency | 5) Play the MP3(or CDP/PDA/MP3 phone) and adjust volume, and listen

Here is the MOST interesting bit: All FM transmitters supplied by Ebuyer (UK) Ltd are CE compliant however the use of FM transmitters in the UK contravenes the UK Wireless Telegraphy Act of 1949. By purchasing this device you agree to indemnify Ebuyer (UK) Ltd from any losses, damages, claims or expenses incurred by yourself in its use.
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If I remember right, very soon the last bit on the UK FM license usage won't apply as I've read somewhere that part of the FM spectrum was to be allocated to such devices.

Anyway, I wonder how many people are actually breaking the law at the moment because if you go into a poundshop or similar bargain shop you will see many wireless sets (broadcasting onto a FM station) for mobiles on sale (with no such warnings)
[SIZE=2]i would have trouble using this one as it only outputs on three close[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]frequencies it does not state stereo either..[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]other than that![/SIZE]
Thanks for the feedback Workaholic & Neal :)

Workaholic:- as you say, UK FM license thing will be legal soon hopefully.

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