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Jun 2, 2009

Belkin TuneBase Brings In-Car iPhone Goodness

Belkin has launched two new products, called TuneBase FM and TuneBase Direct, that let iPhone owners make and receive hands-free calls or listen to music while in the car. The two units play iTunes tracks over the car's stereo speakers--and then fade the music out whenever a call comes in, which is also routed through the stereo. In addition, both TuneBase products can be used while the iPhone is still in its cradle. Both units also support landscape and portrait orientation for turn-by-turn directions or videos.

TuneBase Direct connects to your newer car stereo's auxiliary input using a 3.5mm cable, and also charges your iPhone so the battery doesn't run out. TuneBase FM goes the old-fashioned FM transmitter route, which usually sounds like crap and is subject to interference in cities with lots of radio stations. It also charges the iPhone, and has a ClearScan feature for finding the clearest FM signal to use for music transmission. TuneBase Direct will be available in the next few weeks for $69.99 including a 3.5mm cable, while TuneBase FM will drop in July for $89.99.
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