Belkin launches TuneCast Auto LIVE FM transmitter

The Belkin TuneCast Auto LIVE FM transmitter is now available for purchase. Additionally, the ClearScan LIVE iPhone App is now available for free download via the iTunes store.

TuneCast Auto LIVE lets you listen to your iPhone music through your car stereo. Together with the ClearScan LIVE App, you can find the best FM station using your iPhone GPS system and location-based user feedback. The ClearScan LIVE App also puts control of FM transmission and music directly on your iPhone, so you don’t have to bother with a different set of FM buttons.

Belkin TuneCast Auto LIVE FM transmitter

Belkin TuneCast Auto LIVE FM transmitter


Now available in North America

Available March 2010 in Europe

Available April 2010 in Asia and Australia

TuneCast Auto Live (F8Z498) – $79.99

  • ClearScan LIVE Application available for free download at the iTunes store
  • ClearScan technology scans for the clearest frequency and best audio quality at the push of a button
  • Control FM transmission and music from your iPhone screen
  • Also compatible with iPod touch, nano, and classic
  • High-contrast LCD display for easy viewing
  • Two programmable preset buttons
  • Charges through car’s 12-volt lighter outlet
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty

Click here for more information about the TuneCast Auto LIVE.

Source: Belkin, Businesswire

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