Re: fm transmitters


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On Wed, Jul 18, 2001 at 03:29:03PM -0400, Ted Guild wrote:
> I decided to go with a fm transmitter which would give greater
> flexability.  I wasted $25 on a consumer fm transmitter device from
> Emerson by not doing enough research first (it has a very weak signal
> and such is basically useless).  

I just saw another one of these things, the irock 300W:

It's probably a wussy one like the Emerson you had, but I ordered
one anyway... should be useful at least for hotel rooms when I'm
travelling (I'm tired of the lame speakers on my Vaio) It sounds
OK from a review I found. [1]

It was $29 USD + $8 shipping (shipped it to the 'tute since
shipping to Canada would have been another $29 USD!)

irock 300W blurb:

| irock! 300W Wireless Music Adapter
| Link your favorite portable music player to your car or homestereo
| without wires, without headaches. Simply plug the 300W into any audio
| output source (MP3, CD, cassette player, PC or Laptop), choose one of
| four FM frequencies, and tune your radio to that frequency. The irock!
| 300W transmits the audio from your player directly to your home or car
| FM radio-no wires, no hassle.
| Simple to use - Plug,Tune & Play
| Full stereo sound
| No tangled wires or clumsy cassette adapters
| Compact Size: 2.0" x 3.0" x 1.0"
| Flexible 7" antenna folds around unit for storage
| Audio Input Connector: 1/8" (3.5mm) Stereo Plug
| Power Requirement: 2 AAA Alkaline batteries
| Battery Life: 20 hours typical
| Modulation: FM Stereo
| Frequencies: 88.1, 88.3, 88.5, 88.7 MHz
| High stability crystal oscillator, phase-lock loop control (PPL)
| Stereo separation: greater than 45 dB
| Signal distortion: less than .5%
| Frequency response: 50 Hz to 15 kHz
| Operating range: 10-30 feet, depending on the quality of the FM radio
| receiver (limited by FCC regulations)
| FCC part 15 compliant
| International frequency available with the same specification

[1] FM Modulator Comparison Table

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