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    Thumbs up FS - USB Wireless LineX PLL FM transmitter modulator **USB**

    We have the PLL wireless FM transmitter powered by the USB port a must have for your carputer.
    Extra Stable Transmission
    PLL Synthesized
    USB Powered
    Transmits at a distance of 50-150 feet - Depending on conditions.
    Available only at this promotional price of US$89.49
    Special free shipping offer (see details).
    Go to : http://www.mobileblackbox.com

    A must have for a carputer project, other uses include:

    VIA mini-itx carputer or home computer
    Mobile laptop computer - transmit audio from your laptop computer to your car stereo or home stereo.
    Transmit MP3 or other audio formats from your computer to all radios in your home.
    Transmit DVD audio from your computer to your home theater stereo receiver.
    Plus many other applications.


    Key Specifications/Special Features:

    Links computer music to any car or home stereo without cables or wires
    Transmission of the computer music to audio equipment which has FM reception function
    Mini hi-fi, CD radio cassette recorder, car stereo, etc. can be used as wireless USB speaker for personal computer
    Transmission frequency: 88 to 108MHz
    7 selectable transmission frequencies with PLL synthesizer
    High-quality stereo wireless transmission
    USB bus-powered, no battery or AC adapter required
    No sound card required
    Easy connection by USB port
    Blue LED play mode indicator
    Slim and lightweight design
    7 Channels available

    Measures 25mm x 120mm x 80mm

    * Supports Windows 2000, ME, 98SE and XP, MAC OS X 10.0.4+ MAC OS 9.02+


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    Could I still adjust the volume from the computer if I were to use this to send the audio to my headunit, which I could just put behind the dash or somewhere not noticable so that I could just use the amp that is in it.. and just leave the hu on the same channel all the time..? just a thought..
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    Originally posted by Cordell
    Could I still adjust the volume from the computer if I were to use this to send the audio to my headunit, which I could just put behind the dash or somewhere not noticable so that I could just use the amp that is in it.. and just leave the hu on the same channel all the time..? just a thought..

    Yes, the volume set on your computer will affect the output volume of the transmitter unit. According to the instructions you would want to set it at a point to where you donít have any distortion. Then, you would just adjust the volume on your carís stereo system as you need it.

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    That's what I thought. I was hoping that I would be able to use my computr to adjust the volume.. however, I could just use the remote control for my headunit.. and maybe remove the sensor from the headunit and move it someplace on the dash hidden from sight, but where the remote could hit it.

    The only reason I would do this is so that I would't have to buy an amp and I'd have to rewire speakers cuz the amp would be in the trunk. I'll probably end up doing it someday, so maybe I should go ahead and wire it now. I dunno.. What's the quality like on that? Same as if I ran it from the computer to an amp via RCA?
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    Originally posted by Cordell
    That's what I thought. I was hoping that I would be able to use my computr to adjust the volume.. however, I could just use the remote control for my headunit.. and maybe remove the sensor from the headunit and move it someplace on the dash hidden from sight, but where the remote could hit it.

    The only reason I would do this is so that I would't have to buy an amp and I'd have to rewire speakers cuz the amp would be in the trunk. I'll probably end up doing it someday, so maybe I should go ahead and wire it now. I dunno.. What's the quality like on that? Same as if I ran it from the computer to an amp via RCA?

    Although this is one of the best FM transmitters out there. If you have aux inputs on your head unit or amp then you should use RCA wires, because the quality would always be better in a wired system.
    But , most head units don't have the aux inputs so the LineX transmitter would be my choice in that situation and besides the setup is less than a minute.

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    Well it looks like a pretty good idea to me.. I may go for it when I get some money (I'm broke due to prom and graduation fees etc.. )

    So what sort of problem do you think I could have running this? Since it's USB, does it still take all audio and send it through the air? Does it just sit in the background at all times and listen for audio? If it were plugged into the audio jack like the previous version, there would be question here. ?

    Thanks.. How long is the promo lasting?
    Cordell

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    This will take all the audio from the computer and outputs it to the selected channel. This would include windows media player, and windows mouse click sound effects, etc.. You would just setup the correct station and when you want to hear the audio, tune into that station. All audio that would normally come out of the speakers when using the computer would come out of your car speakers.

    I not sure how long the promo will last probably for another 30-45 days.

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    query re noise on Linex wireless audio

    Anyone ever had a problem with the linex wireless audio from a pc using XP and find they have a whistling noise on the audio when one tunes in to the Fm its a little annoying and I would appreciate any help on this one...otherwise an excellent machine

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    Quote Originally Posted by kittytwister
    Anyone ever had a problem with the linex wireless audio from a pc using XP and find they have a whistling noise on the audio when one tunes in to the Fm its a little annoying and I would appreciate any help on this one...otherwise an excellent machine
    Do I even have to explain why you shouldn't get any helpful responses from this? Resurection of almost 3yrs and in the for sale postings, come on.
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