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The irock! 300W wireless music adapter lets you listen to any portable music device over any FM tuner and speaker setup, without a clumsy or constricting cable hookup. It's the perfect way to simply and efficiently listen to MP3s, CDs, minidiscs, and other formats in the comfort of your car or living room. Just plug the irock! 300W into the headphone jack of your portable device, tune your radio to one of four preselected frequencies (88.1, 88.3, 88.5, or 88.7 FM), and crank up your tunes. The irock! 300W's operating range (limited by FCC regulations) is 10 to 30 feet, depending on environmental conditions and the quality of the FM receiver.
The tiny (1 by 2 by 3 inches), lightweight (2.5 ounces) irock! 300W is powered by two AAA batteries (not included). It features a simple on-off switch on the front and a red LED that lights up when the unit is on. It comes with a six-foot flexible antenna that folds into the irock! 300W to protect its plug when not in use.
poor transmission quality and difficult to swap around to different channels while trying to drive at the same time.Published on March 25, 2007 by Amazon Customer
I am not telling that this product doesn't works, but I bought 2 different FM Modulators and neither of both works acceptable. Read morePublished on January 18, 2007 by A. O. Gurria
The iRock's sound quality is on par for most of these FM transmitters, they all sound bad. I was aware of the sound limitations when I bought the iRock, my big issue is the design... Read morePublished on April 18, 2005 by Bill Mc
Initially, I purchased the iRock to connect a CD player to my car stereo. Sound quality is very good, so long as you aren't in an area where broadcast stations use all the limited... Read morePublished on December 8, 2004 by tennismike
Hellos to all. My iRock worked fine for a few weeks. You might want to check for a clear channel to select from, it uses 88.1, 88.3, 88.5, 88.7. Read morePublished on November 17, 2004 by Clifton Goodwin
Great concept and the device worked great "FOR ABOUT 6 MONTHS" and died. The 90 day warranty is, of course, useless. I will by another brand this time.Published on July 30, 2004 by Chaz
Dont buy the iRock. First of all, it eats batteries like a madman! Second, when you move it, it distorts the sound on the radio. Read morePublished on May 13, 2004
I got one of these for a 12 hour road trip with a friend. First of all, there are only four frequencies to choose from, and they are all right together. Read morePublished on January 16, 2004 by Alex Caldwell