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Belkin debuts TuneFM radio transmitter for iPod

updated 02:05 pm EDT, Thu October 13, 2005

Belkin TuneFM

today announced the Belkin TuneFM, which lets users listen to the music from your iPod through any FM stereo receiver. The new Belkin TuneFM is offered in a new, sleek design and plugs into the remote/headphone jack on the iPod. "Just tune your stereo to any clear FM frequency, and you can enjoy your iPod music anywhere with full sound and fewer wires." The device features a numeric LED display to display the FM frequency and memory presets, channel up/down button to scan frequencies, two programmable memory slots between which users can easily toggle, and has a rear hold switch that can lock the buttons to prevent unintentional changes to the current frequency. Belkin's TuneFM is powered by the iPod; it will ship in North America in November 2005 for $40.




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