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XtremeMac Airplay for iPod shuffle - charging and FM transmitting

Posted on Monday, June 13 2005 @ 00:36:52 CEST by


I just read over at I4U that XtremeMac has a nifty FM transmitter gadget for the Apple iPod shuffle. It is an easy solution to play your iPod shuffle music on your car stereo without cables.

The Airplay iPod shuffle FM Transmitter has an illuminated digital frequency display, FM radio frequency support from 88.1MHz to 107.9MHz and also charges the iPod shuffle. The Airplay is powered through a car's cigarette lighter or auxiliary power outlet.
  • Play iPod shuffle on a car stereo
  • Uses any FM radio frequency from 88.1 to 107.9
  • Incredibly simple and quick to setup
  • FM transmitter and charger combined
  • No software needed, simple operation
  • Preset station buttons
  • Easy tuning with illuminated LCD buttons
  • Charges iPod shuffle whether transmitting or not
  • Compact design matches iPod shuffle
  • Uses the iPod shuffle volume controls
  • The XtremeMac AirPlay FM Transmitter is available on Amazon for $49.88


     






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    Re: XtremeMac Airplay for iPod shuffle - charging and FM transmitting
    by Anonymous on Monday, June 13 2005 @ 02:10:42 CEST
    XtremeMac AirPlay FM Transmitter Review



     

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