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    Has anybody purchased an SD FM Radio card to listen to FM radio on their Treo? Any recommendations for devices I should look at?
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    I would kill for one, just for those NPR driveway moments. Right now I keep a ballpoint pen/radio in my purse, but that's one more set of headphones to carry around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmcg
    Has anybody purchased an SD FM Radio card to listen to FM radio on their Treo? Any recommendations for devices I should look at?

    I believe PalmOne sells a FM SDIO card as an accessory. I've seen them at Compusa actually. The problem is that the Treo600's antenna gets in the way!

    Quite frankly, I think it might be easier to just grab a cheapo radio transmitter from Radio Shack for like $5-10 bucks. It will be cheaper and you won't have to worry about removing your storage expansion card. Also, you always just stream shoutcast audio via Ptunes...
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    The problem with Ptunes and shoutcast is that I can't get the radio station I want. If I just want random music that's great, but if I want to finish listening to a specific broadcast, I'm hosed.
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    Has anyone tried to remove the antenna "cap" before using this FM radio SD card?, I understand that the external piece of the antenna is more a "cosmetic" thing than anything really effective
    Joan López i Graupera
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    can anyone post a picture of that alleged fm receiver?
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    I think NPR is on a shoutcast station? I am wrong on that one? I see lots of NPR in Winamp when I look at the Internet Radio stations?
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    Any SD cards with AM and FM? I do not get listening to the radio over the web on my Treo. Would that not cost a lot? Useing up your minutes?

    SPG
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    FM AND AM is important for me, too. I want to be able to hear the Lakers play.

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