LOGIC 3 FM Transmitter with LCD Screen for iPod £4.99 @ ChoicesUK - HotUKDeals
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FM transmitter with LCD for use with iPod. The lightweight and stylish design allows you to connect it easily to your iPod so you can listen to your favorite music through an FM radio or FM Car stereo. Batteries are not required as the transmitter powers directly from the iPod, it has a 87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz frequency range, so you can get the clearest possible signal at the touch of a button.
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#2
Not buying one as I already have one which I use in my car with my Ipod on a regular basis. It is a good deal at a good price. Heat added. Well done :)
#3
how do these compare with an itrip?

Are these any good?
#4
I have no good experience with them RF transmitters, the transmitting power is very low and the signal has to reach car antenna which is usually separated by a metal roof (unless your car has a sunroof) that results in poor reception with lot of noise and no stereo

Edited By: vitek on Feb 04, 2011 19:36
#5
bob100
how do these compare with an itrip?

Are these any good?


Quote from Amazon customer:

"I bought this to use with an iPod classic while driving around Oxfordshire and surrounding counties. I find it easy to use and effective. The quality of the transmitted signal is good and clear and it benefits greatly from being able to use the (mostly empty) 87.9 frequency band. Unfortunately there seems to be a strong pirate station in London on 87.9, so it needs retuning inside the North Circular! "
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professor yaffle
bob100
how do these compare with an itrip?

Are these any good?


Quote from Amazon customer:

"I bought this to use with an iPod classic while driving around Oxfordshire and surrounding counties. I find it easy to use and effective. The quality of the transmitted signal is good and clear and it benefits greatly from being able to use the (mostly empty) 87.9 frequency band. Unfortunately there seems to be a strong pirate station in London on 87.9, so it needs retuning inside the North Circular! "


Thanks

These seem to retail for £20 so have some heat
#7
Anyone know if these have a pass through connector so you can have your ipod charging at the same time? The battery doesn't last long in my ipod touch so would be pretty pointless if I couldn't have it powered up while in use.

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