How to Use an AirPlay2 FM Transmitter for an iPod

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The XtremeMac AirPlay2 is an FM radio transmitter that is compatible with iPod Nanos, iPod Minis, the iPhone and all fourth- and fifth-generation iPods. The devise attaches to the port at the bottom of your iPod and allows you to broadcast audio from your iPod at the FM frequency of your choice. You can use the XtremeMac AirPlay2 to broadcast sound through any stereo that has an FM tuner.

Things You'll Need

  • Stereo with FM tuner
  • Power on any stereo with an FM tuner and find an FM frequency that is not in use. It is OK if the station has static.

  • Connect the XtremeMac AirPlay2 to the port at the bottom of your iPod.

  • Use the buttons to the left and right of the display on the XtremeMac AirPlay2 and tune the device to the same FM frequency you set your stereo to in Step 1.

  • Press "Play" on your iPod. Sound plays through the stereo's radio at the set FM frequency.

Tips & Warnings

  • The XtremeMac AirPlay2 does not have its own power source. The device will, therefore, use the battery from your iPod and decrease the amount of time before you will have to charge your iPod's battery.

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