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The ACC100 was a decent FM transmitter. I found that it had a problem with hum, until I replaced the supplied wall wart with a much better one that had some regulation.
I’m not sure that adding a digital input to a Part 15 FM transmitter is really worth it – kind of overkill, I would think. The range limitations for noise free sound really outweigh the need to improve FM sound quality. And you’re going to want the mono version to get the best range in any event. I don’t know if they’ve done any other redesigning (they do say it’s the equivalent of the ACC100), but I would have thought you would have gotten more bang for your buck if they improved the on board voltage regulation.
I’m still looking for that transmitter that is the equivalent of the Rangemaster, but on FM (i.e., a board in a weatherproof box, can be mounted outside as high as possible to get you free of obstructions). Hopefully Decade (or someone else) is listening.