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MP3 hits the airwaves

Modem maker U.S. Robotics has come up with a way for music lovers to listen to digital music files stored on their PCs using radio receivers. The $99 SoundLink Wireless Audio Delivery System's transmitter plugs into the audio-out jack on a PC. Signals from the transmitter are picked up by a SoundLink receiver, which can either be plugged into the audio input on a stereo or can wirelessly transmit to a stereo receiver up to 1,000 feet away, tuned to the FM channels 88.1 or 88.3.

Modem maker U.S. Robotics has come up with a way for music lovers to listen to digital music files stored on their PCs using radio receivers. The $99 SoundLink Wireless Audio Delivery System's transmitter plugs into the audio-out jack on a PC. Signals from the transmitter are picked up by a SoundLink receiver, which can either be plugged into the audio input on a stereo or can wirelessly transmit to a stereo receiver up to 1,000 feet away, tuned to the FM channels 88.1 or 88.3.