Glad you found our little corner of the web, here I will share some of the best iRiver reviews I have found on the web. And spin my own fate upon those reviews and tell you what I think and give you some inside intel on other FM transmitters available on the market.
So… strap on your seat belt and get ready for a fun ride.
If you’re the kind of person that has a thing for old car radios, you’re probably wondering how in the world are you going to pair your old tape player with a state of the art CD-Changer without giving up the first. Fortunately the answer is a lot more simple than the question. And iRiver is here to help.
The iRiver Mobile FM Transmitter does exactly what it says: give it any sound source and it will throw it back at you on the FM dial. While this is by no means a device built using a new concept, it still stands in front of the crowd mainly because it offers near CD-quality using only a small FM modulator.
The iRiver AFT-100 transmits to any FM frequency as long as it’s available making it easy to listen to your music on any FM transponder you choose. The model has a blue LCD display and it can be plugged into any standard car power socket. It has the ability to broadcast on just about every FM channel in the 88.1MHz – 107.9MHz range and it works with any audio device that can be connected to it.
Overall the device is highly recommended especially if your car CD-player cannot read MP3s. Or maybe you don’t have a CD player at all. In any case, you will be able to use freely as long as you don’t interfere with a radio station that uses the same frequency. Speaking of which, this item generally works better in areas that have a weak FM coverage so if you live in a big city, you’d better off with a new car stereo.
The AFT-100 FM transmitter is largely available at various online stores for quite an accessible price ($15-$19). However you’d better check availability at your local retailer since for such a product shipping costs almost double its overall value.
Courtesy of: Gadget Softpedia
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