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iPod FM Transmitter Broadcaststrack Info to Your Car Stereo

 |  July 14, 2006


Kensington RDS FM TransmitterThis week, Kensington Computer Products announced a very cool new FM transmitter for iPods. What’s unique about this model is that it’s the first to use the Radio Data System (RDS) to transmit and display song titles and artist information to car stereos that support this technology. Over 80% of new car radios so support this technology, and now you can take advantage of it too.

In addition to the innovative title and artist broadcast features, the Kensington RDS FM transmitter, the device provides for charging of your iPod while listening, and their “ClearFM” technology which is said to improve audio quality. Priced at $89.99, it’s not the cheapest FM transmitter, but it is the coolest.

Product Details Page

[UPDATE] The RDS feature does not work on all iPod models. According to the manufacturer the device works on “all iPod



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