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Digital Age Products releases FM Transmitter and speakers for iPod

picDigital Age Products has released several new iPod accessories. The iSoundz CarCast FM Transmitter ($24.95) is an FM Transmitter that uses power from your auto’s cigarette lighter. It does not charge the iPod. The Soundz Sound Wallet ($39.95) is a small notebook sized case with built-in, self-powered, stereo speakers and a place for your iPod. The iSoundz Portable Desktop Mini Speakers ($39.95) is a desktop stand for iPod with flip-out speakers on each side. A power adapter and stereo cables are included.

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Comments

1

Gosh! What a crap…

Posted by iPodLover on August 26, 2004 at 11:57 AM (CDT)

2

i dont think it is very impressive. How many FMtranspitters are there for the iPod? to many to count.

And stop naming every prodict iThis and iThat. Let’s be a little more creative…

Posted by Spoonman on August 26, 2004 at 12:09 PM (CDT)

3

The speaker stand looks like a decent alternative to the expensive altec lansing speakers…I might have to check those out.

Posted by Ben N on August 26, 2004 at 2:04 PM (CDT)

4

Not to mention that the transmitter only transmits on 107.7.  I would never buy a transmitter that only has one frequency.

Posted by Travis on August 26, 2004 at 3:54 PM (CDT)

5

BUCK RODGERS SPEAKERS!!!

Yes…

Posted by twiki on August 26, 2004 at 3:58 PM (CDT)

6

they’ll never sell those in seattle if they only transmit on 107.7, that’s “KNDD - THE END!”

Posted by chuck on August 26, 2004 at 8:09 PM (CDT)

7

I would like to see a 1” mono speaker that required no power.  (Didn’t Radio Shack make something like that a few years ago?)  My Palm Zire 71 plays MP3s, and AAC, and it has a built-in speaker.  I know there just isn’t room for one in the iPod.  Having a tiny little add-on speaker would be hassle-free, and cheap.

Posted by Galley in Greenville, SC on August 26, 2004 at 9:07 PM (CDT)

8

I think the iSoundz CarCast FM Transmitter looks pretty good.  It uses one cord to get power and transmit.  But am I reading this right ...  “And the CarCast doesn’t drain battery power from your iPod or other audio devices” ... so though it can’t charge your ipod ... it doesn’t drain it to play it while using this device.  I just didn’t know you could transfer power through a minijack.

Posted by maest on August 27, 2004 at 9:44 AM (CDT)

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