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I have the ability to split screen (through PIP) on my TV. Can I get 2 HD signals on both sides? What if one is analog and one is HD? Can both be displayed on the TV at the same time?

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Playing music from a portable MP3 player in the car has always seemed obvious but for early adopters, it's been a struggle until recently. One increasingly popular alternative is using FM transmitters that broadcast the music signal from your player to an unused frequency on your car's radio. I have tried three different gadgets that are all supposed to achieve the same result but have discovered that there are quite a few things to consider when shopping for a FM transmitter solution.

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