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New iStuff transmitter hunts for clearest signal

updated 03:35 pm EDT, Thu July 5, 2007

iCast Autoscan FM

The upcoming iCast Autoscan FM Transmitter by iStuff broadcasts audio from media players to nearby FM radios; its unique trait, however, is that it can be set to scan for the clearest frequencies in an area, which if selected, should reduce audio interference. Up to four frequencies can be saved in memory for quick selection. The Autoscan is also notable in that while it is designed for iPods, it can be used with any device that includes a standard headphone jack. Power is supplied through either a 12V car outlet or a single AAA battery. The transmitter should begin shipping on July 16th for 30 ($60).



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