Mp3s on the go, on the cheap

Now any USB flash drive is an MP3 player in your car. For less than $30, you’ve got a really good FM modulator that plays from thumb drives or connects to traditional mp3 players. Think of it as an iPod with iTrip, without the iPod or the iTrip, plus…oh…$100 left in your pocket.

3 thoughts on “Mp3s on the go, on the cheap”

  1. My coworker tells me that his FM transmitter was basically useless in North Dallas and Allen. The 3 or 4 FM stations the device he bought could use were already occupied by a radio station. However, you might have better luck.

  2. I am not worthy to know you.

    *bows waydownlow*

    I am *so* getting this gizmo for the schmedmobile whose AM/FM Cassette has been Deplunkt lo these last years to the point where I have to trick the tape deck with a pair of played-out surgical forceps into thinking there’s no tape in it so it’ll AM/FM. I already have a 256MB USB flash and MP3 files out the wazoo.

    And you have an ultra-cool new truck too.
    Prick.

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