The increasing number of FM stations interfere with small radio transmitters
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%n% If you have ever tried to connect your MP3 player to your car radio using a mini-transmitter, you may have also found yourself running out of channels. This is due to the simple fact that there are more and more local radio stations spreading over the FM frequency range. Once they have their transmission licence, the radio stations transmit using far more power than the transmitters you have in your car, so these no longer work properly.
The mini-transmitter from Sandberg, the "Sandberg FM Link (Display)", solves the problem by offering no fewer than 200 different frequencies to choose from. If you want to ensure you can listen to your personal music collection without interference wherever you go, this is the right device for you.
It works very simply by connecting the FM Link (Display) to your MP3 player instead of a headset, selecting a frequency on the FM Link and setting the radio to the same frequency. This will stream sound directly from your MP3 player to your car radio. It can be powered either by the 12 V socket in your car or by batteries.
The device can of course also be used with laptops, in-car DVD systems, mobile phones or other audio sources. It can transmit to any radio, at home as well as in the car.