Monster iCarPlay Wireless 1000 FM Transmitter
Released June, 2009
The Pros:Affordable alternative to many other FM transmitters, gaudy iPod compatible decks, iPod upgrades directly from the car manufacturer. Base of the device disconnects - can charge your iPod (does while connected as well) or any other USB device you have. FM transmitter can be used outside of the car - as long as it is powered by a USB port.
The Cons:Made by Monster Cable. FM transmission of music is vastly inferior to a wired connection. Cheap construction - comes broken or breaks after months.
The Monster iCarPlay Wireless 1000 FM Transmitter for iPod and iPhone allows users to wirelessly listen to music via their automobile’s FM radio receiver. It plugs into a car’s lighter port, and then not only charges the iPod or iPhone, but also transmits audio via the clearest FM frequency available.
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Users can also plug the device into a computer USB port and then transmit to an in-office or at-home radio boombox. The goal here is to simplify the whole process by reducing the number of wires required. Additional features include 3 programmable favorite stations for quick tuning to a clear frequency; accurate line-level audio for minimized distortion; and advanced audio circuitry that eliminates cell phone interference.
- FM Transmitter
- iPod/iPhone Compatibility
- 12V Lighter Adapter
- USB Interface
- Programmable Favorites
- Accurate Audio
- Minimized Distortion
- Model No: AI 1000 FM-CH
- Inventory No: 129392-00
- iPhone 1st Generation
- iPhone 3G
- iPod 4th Generation
- iPod 4th Generation (color display)
- iPod 5th Generation (video)
- iPod Classic
- iPod Mini
- iPod Nano 1st Generation
- iPod Nano 2nd Generation (aluminum)
- iPod Nano 3rd Generation (video)
- iPod Nano 4th Generation (video)
- iPod Touch 1st Generation
- iPod Touch 2nd Generation
User Reviews (2)
affordable alternative to many other FM transmitters, gaudy iPod compatible decks, iPod upgrades directly from the car manufacturer
base of the device disconnects - can charge your iPod (does while connected as well) or any other USB device you have
FM transmitter can be used outside of the car - as long as it is powered by a USB port
3 programmable stations for quickly turning to a known clear station
"Auto Scan 3D" technology finds the clearest FM channel to broadcast over - no need to manually test yourself
compatible with almost every iPod - including the iPhone
FM transmission of music is vastly inferior to a wired connection
cheap construction - comes broken or breaks after months
really weak transmitter - faint signal means you have to blast your stereo to listen, often staticy or overpowered by other stations as you drive
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