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  • Plays unstable MP3 player tunes by any accessible FM air wave frequency
  • Aerielle Enabled® technology
  • Compatible with all MP3 players, together with all models of iPod
  • USB pier for charging
  • Audio cables as well as USB wire included

Product Description
Compatible to all iPods with wharf connector. The i2i FM Transmitter is privately written for easy listening whilst upon a road. It functions over a full FM spectrum as well as charges your iPod Player from a car’s cigarette lighter. Features * Plays unstable MP3 player tunes by any accessible FM air wave magnitude * Three pre-set buttons store your most appropriate stations * Powered by your automobile energy opening so no batteries needed! * Aerielle Enabled® record reduces sound as well as enhances stereo subdivision upon condition which higher wireless audio peculiarity * Compatible with all MP3 players, together with all models of iPod * USB pier for charging * Audio cables as well as USB wire includedAmazon.com Product Description–Posted Jul 28, 2008
The Aerielle i2i FM Transmitter as well as Charger for iPod as well as MP3 Players is undiluted for listening upon a road. It plays your a one preferred MP3 player or iPod tunes by any accessible FM air wave magnitude upon your automobile radio. Connect your player by a customary 3.5-mm audio connector, as well as strike play; a device turns upon when audio is detected. It operates over a full FM rope (88.1 – 107.9 MHz), so we can regularly dial in a great signal. Aerielle-enabled record reduces sound as well as enhances stereo subdivision for higher audio quality. Use a 3 hire presets when we find great spots.

The conductor is powered by your vehicle’s 12V lighter socket, as well as given it facilities a USB pier for charging, it’ll assign any advancing iPod by a USB/dock cable, along with assorted alternative MP3 players which assign around USB. The device turns off 60 seconds after your MP3 player turns off, so you’ll never empty your automobile battery once we get out.

What’s in a Box
Aerielle i2i FM Transmitter as well as Charger for iPod as well as MP3 Players (Black), USB cable, audio cable

Aerielle i2i FM Transmitter as well as Charger for iPod as well as MP3 Players



5 Reviews

  1. ubat says:

    I owned and used a DLO FM transmitter for the Creative Zen Vision:M until it fell apart (and the Zen Vision:M itself was replaced by a Zen 32GB), so I needed a new one. Not having an iPod narrowed down the choices considerably, and eventually, after doing a lot of research, I decided to risk the Aerielle i2i.

    My reasons:
    1. It works with any MP3 player because it functions via the headphone jack;
    2. It can charge any MP3 player — or any other electronic device, for that matter — that charges on USB, and play music at the same time;
    3. You can input any FM frequency between 88.1 and 107.9, especially useful when you’re looking for an unused FM frequency in a big town;
    4. It includes the 3.5 mm audio cable that will allow it to reproduce the player’s sound. It also includes the USB cable, but most of us have dozens of those lying around.

    Setting this FM transmitter up is straightforward and logical. Its compact body contains the LCD display that shows the FM frequency, the tune up and tune down buttons, three station present buttons and the power / cigarette lighter plug. The body is connected to a small extension by a short cable. This extension contains the 3.5 mm audio jack (for sound) and the USB connector (for charging). Although this layout seems awkward at first, it makes sense because you never have to remove the transmitter from the power socket to plug or unplug devices from the 3.5 mm or USB connectors — everything is close by and easily reachable.

    The Aerielle i2i seems to be solidly and well built, and its texturized finish is non-slip. It does exactly what it is supposed to do: transmit the MP3 player’s sound to the car’s sound system. The sound quality depends on finding a free FM band, not so easy in the congested big towns but not a problem the farther away you get from them. My first run with it was in a metropolis, so all I got was acceptable sound quality — on par with my dismembered DLO. I’ll complement this review once I try the Aerielle out on the empty road, but so far it is doing well.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Alan Abdullahi says:

    I bought two different FM converters from other vendors and returned them. This unit provides the best quality and flexibility to use with iPhone/iPod and a built in USB charger. Great thinking in design. Kudos to the product disigners.

    -Alan.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. L. Parker says:

    I have tried many FM transmitters for my Zune and this one seems to be the best available. It provides static-free reception much better than Monster, Griffin, Belkin, or the other devices on the consumer market. As another review stated, you must select a frequency where a station is not broadcasting. Otherwise, you will receive interference and bleed-over from adjacent stations. There is not a consumer-grade FM transmitter that is strong enough to block local stations due to regulations from the FCC and other countries.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. patricjft says:

    When I drive out in the country it seems to work pretty well. There is still quite a bit of hiss in quieter sections of music, but when the music is playing, it sounds good. But, it is uterly useless in an area with high FM congestion. When in Houston, I give up and turn it off. No matter what frequency I try, I get a ton of interference.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  5. d367ruc70 says:

    I bought this to replace my cradle that served as an fm transmitter for my Zune HD. This thing works great. It’s an fm transmitter so obviously it’s isn’t the most amazing for sound quality, and you have to make sure the volume isn’t turned up all the way on your mp3 player or else it sounds muffled. Turn up the sound on your radio though.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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