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Monster ships four new iPod accessories

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Monster today announced four new iPod accessories—the iCarPlay Wireless 200 FM Transmitter, iTV Link A/V Cable, iSplitter 200 Headphone Splitter, and the iEZClick Wireless Remote.

The Monster iCarplay Wireless 200 FM transmitter ($100) allows iPod users to play music wirelessly through their car stereo while simultaneously charging their iPod. It features Monster AutoScan technology, three programmable station presets, and international modes for use in North America, Europe and Japan.

The Monster iTVLink ($50) is designed to directly connect an iPod to a TV for viewing photos and videos on a bigger screen. The cable features a dock connector for the iPod and S-video and stereo audio outputs for the TV. The iTV Link also has a built-in mini USB charging port.

The Monster iSplitter 200 ($20) allows two people to share music from one iPod. It features two built-in volume controls, a quick-access mute switch, a protective Duraflex jacket, and 24k gold contacts.

The Monster iEZClick ($70) is a wearable RF-based wireless iPod remote control that’s “perfect for use while snowboarding, jogging, or hiking on the go activities.” It features a weather-resistant housing, comes with a clip and elastic Velcro strap, and has an operating range of up to 30 ft.

 

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Comments

1

these products will make a fine addition to my enormous amounts of cables =]

Posted by a happy ipod user on October 23, 2006 at 3:12 PM (CDT)

2

if someone gets the fm transmitter can you post what it says to be the clearest frequency in the houston area? :)

Posted by mrmojorisingi on October 23, 2006 at 6:46 PM (CDT)

3

Ok. FM transmitters are cheaper, but the sound sucks and that’s the best it gets. My wife’s car had one. I just hard wired kit on both our cars. The sound is CD quality (allowing for mp3) and the controls on the steering wheel work the volume.

Posted by drakebullet on October 23, 2006 at 9:00 PM (CDT)

4

$100 for an FM transmitter?  You must be joking.

Posted by Matt on October 23, 2006 at 10:09 PM (CDT)

5

Awesome, an S-video cable sans dock. I like it.

Posted by Soybean on October 24, 2006 at 5:17 PM (CDT)

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