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February 22, 2012

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Dan Somers

This is similar to what audio engineers did during the late '50s and early '60s to accommodate pocket-size transistor radios.

Rob

Could you guys review this http://wholehousefmtransmitter.com and see how well it works with iPhones.

I have not been able to find one which works in my house without s butt load of static.

Huesby

Rob:
With this 7 W FM transmitter even your neighbors are going to be able to hear your Ipod crystal clear... Hehehe.

http://www.fmuser.com/low-power-fm-transmitter/7Watt-FM-broadcast-transmitter-only-49usd-inlcuding-shipping-for-sale.html

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