FM transmitter - In-Car MP3

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by drum63, May 12, 2004.

  1. drum63

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    Has anyone tried a non i-trip fm transmitter for in-car use of their MP3 player ?

    Have just ordered an i-river 140 and have seen a couple of third party transmitters advertised, namely Belkin Tunecast and irock beam-it 400FM.

    On paper the irock looks a better bet as it includes a cigarette-lighter dc cable, but would appreciate feedback from any existing users.

    Thanks

    Gary
     
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    I use a cheap 12v unit to get movie and music around my house from the main room.
    I run it off a 12vdc bench supply.
    The DVD players analogue L&R's feed its inputs.

    I can then pick the sound up on clock radio's and dare I say it, an Aiwa mini system :oops:
     

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