Question about Amazon Kindle 2
The Amazon Kindle has a headphone (3.5mm) jack which can be used to listen to audiobooks - a male-male extension cable can extend this to allow the output to be played through another medium, if your car has the same size jack. If not, there are some products which will broadcast the audio on a low-grade radio frequency with roughly the range of your car (for example: http://www.amazon.com/Transmitter-Kindle-car-power-cable/dp/B0020KKWLK), allowing you to listen to your ebook on a particular radio frequency.
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Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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