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$120.00 cost, no shipping charges.  I purchased one during the summer and put it away so well, I forgot where I put it.  So a second 1 was purchased.  This is the original 1 unopened!

The 2.0 Whole House FM Transmitter®  has been replaced with a the new Whole House FM Transmitter® 3.0.  This new transmitter is superior to the original version with a long list of new features. This new FCC approved transmitter comes with an easy to install,  international antenna extension that helps boost performance in countries that allow.

  • LCD display that shows frequency and other settings.
  • Covers entire FM band from 88.1 to 107.9 in 0.1 MHz steps.
  • Automatic Gain Control (AGC) evens out high and low volumes.
  • Input Volume Control to adjust to input levels.
  • Stereo/Mono switch (mono has a longer range).
  • Microphone input and line input.
  • PLL (phase lock loop) prevents frequency drift.
  • Includes Audio "Y" cable allowing speakers and FM transmission.
  • Universal power adapter (4 different power sources supported).
  • Remembers station frequency and on/off state without power.
  • Broadcast 150' (longer with the international antenna wire).
  This is everything that comes in the Box:
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Whole House FM
Transmitter 3.0
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1/8" (3.5mm) Stereo
Audio Cable
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RCA Jack
Stereo Adapter
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Stereo Audio
"Y" Cable
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110/220 V AC Wall
Outlet Adapter
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12V DC
Car Adapter
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Computer USB
Power Adapter
 
       

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