Belkin TuneCast II FM Transmitter

Chris has an auxiliary input jack on his car CD player, so he can plug his MP3 player, Axim, or whatever else he can into it and hear it over his car stereo. I don’t have such a thing, so I had to resort to the FM Transmitter route. These are devices that plug into your device, and then broadcast the sound to a radio nearby over a frequency of your choice.

I recently purchased a Belkin Portable Music TuneCast II FM Transmitter. It has an LCD display, 4 quick-memory option, batteries, and a car power adapter. When I first plugged it in I tried it at a higher frequency (107.X) and the sound was terrible. It sounded like a cheap one that I’d tried from Wal-Mart. But once I tried 88.1 it came in perfectly. I’ve very happy with it, and would highly recommend it to anyone.

Note: I created this post using BlogJet. I’ll be reviewing this over the next couple of days…

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