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FM radio transmitters.

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23rd April 2012, 03:18 AM   |  #11  
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I've had a few Belkins and found them to be too quit sounding (when you flip to another FM its a lot louder) and too low of range. I'm using a Satechi Soundfly right now, it can read from USB or SD card or be fed by AUX input. It has pretty decent volume output and good range. Also it allows you to use 87.7 and 87.9 which are mostly empty, where as most Belkins won't go below 88.1.
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i bought one from DealExtreme a while ago cheap, and did the job but broke down after a while, so just make sure you buy a good device and you'll enjoy it.
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Originally Posted by spunker88

I've had a few Belkins and found them to be too quit sounding (when you flip to another FM its a lot louder) and too low of range. I'm using a Satechi Soundfly right now, it can read from USB or SD card or be fed by AUX input. It has pretty decent volume output and good range. Also it allows you to use 87.7 and 87.9 which are mostly empty, where as most Belkins won't go below 88.1.

Satechi Soundfly looks pretty cool, if I deside not to use my phone and use the USB cable (I have a 16gb card that is too slow for WP7 but, would work for music), it will show the name via RDS, that's pretty cool, I'll get the song names showing up on my cars navi screen.
26th April 2012, 10:29 AM   |  #14  
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I have a older Belkin one I use. I am always looking fir something better.

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26th April 2012, 05:52 PM   |  #15  
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Since I couldn't find a modulator locally, I did more research for my car and found pie.net.

Ended up getting this.

http://www.amazon.com/VWR-AUX-1998-u...5455435&sr=8-1

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