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Kensington Universal FM Transmitter

Expanding your MP3 Player

Rather than headphones, you can use your FM radio to listen to your MP3 tracks.

The first time I came across a FM Transmitter device it was legal to buy but illegal to use.  This strange state of affairs was brought about by legal restrictions on the use of FM transmission bandwidths, a situation that dated back to the Second World War, within the .  Fortunately, following the lead set by some other countries and representation made to the government, these restrictions, which applied to low power FM transmitters, have now been removed.