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The Audio Bug Turns Any Radio Into An MP3 Player

Calin HeadFeb 1, 2004
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Having MP3 capabilities in your truck is not a new idea; there are many head units out there that have the ability to read these files. What if you bought your high-end head unit before the whole MP3 push? Well, the Audio Bug from Aerielle is here to help. With the Audio Bug mini wireless transmitter, you can listen to your personal CD or MP3 player, or anything with a headphone jack, over FM radio.
The Audio Bug works by sending the signal of the playing device across the airwaves and into your stereo. It works on FM frequencies 88.1, 88.3, 88.5, and 88.7 via a little switch on the side. All you have to do is plug the Audio Bug into the headphone jack, set the frequency on the Bug, tune any radio within a few feet to the corresponding station, and enjoy.
The Bug can be used in places other than your car; you can hook it up to your PC and send the signal to your home stereo. It also makes a nice traveling companion because you don't have to lug around a stack of CDs. If you're flying somewhere, just toss it in your bag with your MP3 player and use it in the rental car when you get there; it's better than listening to live farm auctions in the middle of nowhere.

Sources

Aerielle Group International Inc.
Cupertino, CA 95015
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