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DLO debuts nanoTune for iPod nano

imageDigital Lifestyle Outfitters today introduced the nanoTune, a new accessory for the iPod nano that combines an FM transmitter, FM radio and headphone amplifier. The $70 device is available immediately. Check out iLounge’s First Look at the nanoTune for more details and photos.

“The nanoTune’s FM Transmitter allows owners to play their iPod nano’s music in the car, at home, anywhere there’s a stereo,” says DLO. “It also adds an FM radio to the iPod nano for on-the-go news, sports and weather updates. Other unique features include a headphone amplifier, an integrated  protective case that doubles as a desktop stand, and a 30-pin iPod connector for use with all existing iPod car chargers and most iPod docks.”

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ordered mine..

Posted by teh on March 8, 2006 at 10:37 PM (CST)


Does seem like it’s a fairly complete solution (like the integrated case, for instance). But around here, aside from NPR most of the information/talk radio channels and shows are on the AM band.

Posted by flatline response on March 9, 2006 at 3:05 AM (CST)


Sounds like a complete solution, I like the fact they did NOT forget to pass-through the dock connector. That’s truly necessary since I know many people whose mini-to-mini cable connecting to their portable headphone amplifier alone costs more than this device, not to speak of the amp itself. *g*

Posted by Bad Beaver on March 9, 2006 at 4:25 AM (CST)

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