Fm Transmitter Questions

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  1. bastz

    bastz New Member

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    I have a 1G ipod touch.

    FM TRANSMITTER QUESTIONS

    1. What does this do?

    2. Does anything come up on the ipod screen?

    3. Does it have to have internet (wifi) to use regularly?

    Thanks!
  2. Baker5

    Baker5 Well-Known Member

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    Device:
    iPhone 5 (White)
    wrong section
    1.media player with touch interface
    2.press and hold top button till apple logo comes up
    3.you have to have a router to use wifi but only a couple apps use wifi so hope this helps
  3. bastz

    bastz New Member

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    Please tell me you were joking. Did you read the topic title?
  4. angelinalove24

    angelinalove24 New Member

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    FM transmitter works like speaker to listen music mostly those places where you cann't wear headphones.
  5. talon90

    talon90 New Member

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    An FM transmitter is as the name implies a transmitter. They can either plug in to the iPod dock connector or the headphone jack. They broadcast the audio out from the iPod so that it can be received by an FM station so that you could listen to your iPod through your stereo or radio. There are various types out there at various prices. The more expensive of the bunch usually give you a little more flexibility to choose which FM frequency they broadcast on. It is better if you can find an FM station on your receiver that isn't currently broadcasting anything (dead air).

    You do not need wifi to use an FM transmitter. Don't confuse an FM transmitter with an FM receiver such that you could use a receiver to receive FM radio broadcasts and listen to them through your iPod Touch.

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