Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Re: FM transmitters - any suggestions ?
Re: Re: FM transmitters - any suggestions ?
Date: Tue, 7 Jan 2003 23:59:51 +0100 (MET)
perhaps you get an extra car stereo amplifier you put between radio and
Some of them have extra line in (low input) besides the "hi input", AFAIK.
Perhaps you could solder a toggle switch to switch between radio and jukebox
not shure about this - just an idea - didn`t try it for myself.
> >> Unfortunately the problem is:
> >> The questioner doesn`t seem to have radio with tape in his car ;)
> actually, i'd like to know if anyone has any experience with any specific
> devices... and if there are some models that i should stay away from or
> i should go buy immediately.
> currently at the top of my list is the soundfeeder sf100, because it uses
> power from the car and can broadcast anywhere on the fm dial (not just
> or 88.3, for example).
> i'm fully expecting it to sound crappy, but hopefully the crappy sound of
> own selections will still be better than the crappy selections of the
> radio stations.
> thanks again,
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