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Wireless Transmitter --> Vehicle Radio

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prthorsenjr

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Howdy,

Yesterday, I was reading just about everything here I could get my hands on and remember coming across a thread where someone had posted that they bought a wireless transmitter and had that hooked up to their portable scanner and you could hear the audio via the vehicle radio. The more I think about it the better I like the idea. However, I am at a loss trying to find the post that I saw yesterday.

Does anyone know about any of these devices? Best I can remember the post said that it would transmit on four frequencies (on the vehicle audio) and if it makes any difference at all I think that the transmitter color was white. I remember seeing a picture of it (I think).

Thanks in Advance,

Pete
 

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There are so many on the market it will make your head spin. Just do a search on Radio Shack and you'll find that they are trying to corner the market. They have a whole bunch of them.
 

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blinddog50 said:
A few months ago I bought 2 fm transmitters at Wal-Mart.
Made by Belkin.
$19.95.
Cigarette plug in included.
Works great.
+1 for this one. Used on our mobile dvd player and worked awesome.
 
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