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Time Trax offers satellite radio iPod integration

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By LC Angell

Contributing Editor
Published: Thursday, January 6, 2005
News Categories: iPod Accessories

pic  Time Trax today introduced a new solution that enables users to automatically record satellite radio broadcasts—either XM or Sirius—onto their iPod for later listening. With the company’s recording software with scheduling features and its iPod docking station, users can create personalized programming of broadcasts and save songs (with the artist and title info). The product, which currently only works with Windows-based computers, will sell for $199. It will include the DockTrax cradle, TimeTrax software, and a receiver.

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Comments

1

Wow.
That is pretty stupid, hardly considered “intergration.” What is with that dock that is about the size of a toaster.

Posted by M Bargo in Chicago, IL on January 6, 2005 at 7:32 PM (PDT)

2

That must be the Sirius Version pictured, they like to make things bigger.

I already listen to O&A (XM channel 202) on my iPod.

Posted by croooow in Fairfax, VA on January 7, 2005 at 4:42 AM (PDT)

3

How are you doing that Crooow??

Posted by systimax on January 7, 2005 at 12:24 PM (PDT)

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