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Apple iPod travel accessories from XtremeMac
Mark Peters : June 28th 2006 - 00:18 CET
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XtrememacApple iPod travel accessories from XtremeMac : XtremeMac announced its hottest-selling Summer iPod travel accessories. These innovative consumer products allow you to charge, broadcast, and protect your iPod on the go. If a road trip is in your plans, be sure to take a charger that plugs into your 12-volt accessory outlet or cigarette lighter to keep your Apple iPod's battery fully juiced. XtremeMac's universal car charger fits all iPods with dock connectors and there is a USB version for the Apple iPod shuffle. For Apple iPod nano owners, check out the MicroFlex Car, a gooseneck charger that not only charges your Apple iPod nano, but also positions it within easy reach. XtremeMac's products are available via the company's website.
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While you're in the car, listen to your iPod's tunes via your car stereo using a cassette adapter or the AirPlay2 FM Transmitter. The cassette adapter plugs into your iPod on one end and features a cassette-tape adapter that goes right into the cassette deck to transmit the songs directly to your stereo. The AirPlay2 is a wireless option that simply tunes to an empty FM frequency, turning your iPod into a miniature FM broadcaster. The original AirPlay, which is still available, works with older iPod models and the iPod mini and a special version exists for the iPod shuffle.

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If you have a DVD entertainment system in your vehicle, entertain passengers with video content stored on your iPod using the RoadShow cable. It connects your iPod to the entertainment system with RCA input cables and charges it at the same time. The MicroBlast turns your iPod nano into a compact stereo for the beach or camping trips, powered by AA batteries or an A/C adapter. If you'd rather keep the music to yourself, a set of FS1 high-definition earphones can block out background noise and create a lush, live-audio quality you've probably never heard from your iPod.

Apple iPod SportWrap neoprene armband
If you're hiking, jogging, or working out this summer, the SportWrap neoprene armband will keep your iPod secure and dry. SportWrap features an adjustable velcro strap and a play-through plastic membrane to keep the iPod Click Wheel accessible while protecting it. XtremeMac's products are available via the company's website and Apple's retail and online stores, as well as Wal-Mart, Target and Radio Shack.

About XtremeMac
In January 2002, XtremeMac made its debut at Macworld Expo as one of the very first manufacturers of iPod accessories. The company's original leather case and car charger were a hit with owners of Apple's first MP3 player, and established XtremeMac as a source for high quality products. Today, XtremeMac continues to design and manufacture innovative accessories for Apple's iPod including cases, chargers, FM transmitters, speakers and headphones. Founded by CEO Gary Bart, XtremeMac has grown tremendously from its original offices in a residential garage.

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The company now occupies two corporate locations in Weston, Florida, housing both executive headquarters and a worldwide distribution center. Despite rapid growth, XtremeMac strives to maintain a small company feel by providing personal customer service and maintaining a close connection to the Mac and iPod communities. With a network of large and small retailers around the globe, a large presence in Apple's online and retail stores, and booming Internet sales, XtremeMac is poised to continue growing at an exponential rate. XtremeMac designs, manufactures and markets innovative accessories for Apple's iPod. With its debut in January 2002 at Macworld Expo, XtremeMac entered the market as one of the first manufacturers of iPod accessories.

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