Monster has released a slew of products specially designed to work with Microsoft’s Zune player, which is slated for release on November 14. The Monster CarPlay Wireless Plus allows Zune users to play their music through any clear FM station on their car radio for $79.95. The Monster TVLink connects the player to a TV for $29.95. Monster MusicShare, retailing for $19.95, is a headphone splitter that allows separate users to adjust the volume on or mute their set of headphones without affect the other set. With the Monster StereoLink, users can hook their player up to the auxiliary input on their dashboard for $19.95. The Monster StereoLink Home connects, naturally enough, to a home stereo for $19.95. The Monster SlimCharger powers up a Zune player from any standard AC power outlet for $29.95. Find out more at www.MonsterCable.com/Zune
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