mrgadget.com | November 26, 2004
Mr.Gadget’s Expanded 2004 Holiday Guide
Newer Technology News
Digital Music Player accessories will make welcome gifts for anyone
with one of these great gadgets, even if it’s not an iPod! One of the most useful gadgets is a transmitter that
sends the audio through a nearby radio in the car, at home or in the office. One of the simplest devices is the $20
RoadTrip from Newer Technology. Plug it in to the headphone jack. The other end goes in the car’s 12V power
socket. Tune the radio to 107.7 FM. Turn on the music player and listen. In most areas of the country, this will do the
trick. RoadTrip broadcasts its connected sound, from whatever is plugged into it, on the 107.7 FM frequency. If that one
is crowded in your area, they also sell one that broadcasts on 87.7MHz. One of these is bound to work!
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