Music & Hands Free FM Transmitter
Here is a Music & Hands Free FM Transmitter from Verizon that is pretty sweet! I bought one of these last week and so far I'm impressed with the quality. It will set you back $130 bones though...
Here are some details:
It has a hi res OLED screen that is white text on black background so it's easy to view in daylight and at night. It's not too bright at night, but it doesn't have a setting to change the brightness. It shows the current FM station by default and it will display the phone number when some one is calling. You can download your phone book to it as well, but I haven't figured how to download it from my XV6800 yet.
There are two buttons and a scroll wheel. The button on the top left is for changing FM stations. The one on the right is for the configuration menu: phone device type, pairing, paring reset, and FM on/off. Then scroll wheel works well for navigating through the menus. The wheel responds to the speed you turn it and it has a similar feel to the scroll wheel on the phone. There are also four buttons on the face surrounding the display and scroll wheel: Select Phone, Select Tunes, Answer/Play/Pause, and Hang-up/Stop.
The Bluetooth A2DP stereo over FM is killer! This is the main reason I bought this thing. The only drawback is finding a good FM station to transmit on, but you have the full FM spectrum to chose from. Overall, it works well and the sound quality is great. Also, no cables - hooray!
It has two (in & out) 3.5mm stereo jacks on the left side, and standard USB jack on the right side for charging 5v devices. I think this is a nice bonus if you want to hook up your other MP3 player...
The hands-free works very well. It will play a chime over the speakers and beep from the device to let you know a call is coming in. It will pause you music if the player supports it. The sound through the speakers is full sounding and not "tin can" sounding. The mic sound good on the other end of the call, and the noise canceling actually works - at least with my windows cracked @ 75mph.
I hope this helps someone who's in the market for one of these devices.