Princeton Video Transmitter For Apple IPod Video

Posted: Jul 31 2006, 11:23am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 6:02pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Princeton Video Transmitter for Apple iPod Video
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Japanese Princeton announced a Video (UHF) transmitter aimed at Apple iPod Video users.

The Princeton Video transmitter PCK-UAV works like an FM Transmitter but for TV signal. With dip switches you can choose to transmit video on UHF channel 45, 48, 50 and 53. Measurements of the transmitter are 80×55×42mm without the antenna.

You need the iPod video cable to connect the iPod to the PCK-UAV. I am not sure if Princeton could have made the device smaller by not connecting to RCA plugs on the box. The benefit of course is that you can connect any other video source to the transmitter.

Such a video transmitter is only useful if you cannot connect the iPod via a cable to a TV or larger display. This is the case for instance in Car TVs. You might also have fun with this transmitter in Sports bars or the Gym.The price for the PCK-UAV is expected to be 8,000 yen (~$70).
More details on the Princeton site (Japanese). Via AkihabaraNews.

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