IFA 2008: Gear4 end radio tuning hell with their new iPod transmitters
iPod radio transmitters come under the bracket of ‘great in theory, poor in performance’. Often no matter how carefully you choose a clear frequency, the signal between the iPod and the car radio will drop out. Gear4 hope that they’ve rectified the problem, however, with their Follow Me technology.
Now, you an set a basic range of frequency and the radio will will follow the transmitters changes, which should ensure there’s no interruptions to your warblings. There’s the cigarette lighter powered CarDock, or the smaller Air Zone adaptor. Both of them will display the track information on your car radio, for added fun.
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Gear4 (via Electric Pig)
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