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Monster iCarPlay Wireless 800 FM Transmitter


$90.00 Released June, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Can custom define the preset channels for best results. Enough power for most situations, even in areas with many stations. Able to scan the entire FM range for available channels.

The Cons:Not as clear as a cassette adapter or direct AUX line in. If volume is turned all the way up on iPod, all bass gets distorted. Tends to distort some types of sound even at mid-range volume.

The Monster Wireless 800 FM Transmitter is an inexpensive, advanced level FM transmitter for iPods and iPhones. A user plugs the device into their automobile’s lighter port, and then hooks up either their iPhone or iPod via a USB interface.

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While connected, the iPhone or iPod will be continually recharged, even while playing audio. The transmitter’s integrated AutoScan 3D technology scans all available FM frequencies, and then chooses he clearest one for broadcasting. This means users can listen to music without a plethora of unwanted and pesky cables. Additional features include one-touch controls for easy tuning; 3 programmable station presets; and an external antenna for improved signal transmissions.

Features

  • FM Transmitter
  • iPod/iPhone Compatibility
  • 12V Lighter Adapter
  • USB Interface
  • Programmable Favorites
  • Accurate Audio
  • Minimized Distortion

Specifications

  • Model No: AI 800 FM-CH
  • Inventory No: 129363-00

Compatibility

  • 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

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    can custom define the preset channels for best results

  • 1

    enough power for most situations, even in areas with many stations

  • 1

    able to scan the entire FM range for available channels

Cons
  • 1

    not as clear as a cassette adapter or direct AUX line in

  • 1

    if volume is turned all the way up on iPod, all bass gets distorted

  • 1

    tends to distort some types of sound even at mid-range volume

  • 1

    doesn't charge newer iPod products

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