|Brand Name||F-S Electronics|
|Item Weight||10.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.2 x 3.5 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||FSCZH-05B|
|Power Source Type||AC|
|Wireless Comm Standard||Radio Frequency|
|Number of Items||1|
0.5 W Fail-Safe Long Range FM Transmitter - FS CZH-05B - Newly Revised: Dual Mode now with RCA Inputs
|Price:||$95.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
|You Save:||$104.00 (52%)|
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: FBA items qualify for FREE Shipping and .
If you're a seller, Fulfillment by Amazon can help you increase your sales. We invite you to learn more about Fulfillment by Amazon .
- 30 Day No Hassle Guarantee, 1 Year Common Sense Warranty on Transmitter, Lifetime Guarantee on Power Supply & Antenna
- New TNC Antenna Connector prevents tipping and promotes 24/7 wireless broadcasting
- Adjustable Volume Controls for 3.5mm, RCA, & MIC Inputs-Crystal Clear Stereo Sound
- Easy-Touch Adjustable Frequencies 88.0 MHz to 108.0 MHz and Beyond
- Virtual Plug & Playability-unpack and effortlessly setup within 5 minutes
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
30 Day No Hassle Money Back Guarantee, Logic-Based 1 Year Warranty, Lifetime Guarantee on Power Supply & Antenna
Top Customer Reviews
The unit is quite compact - not much bigger than a bar of bath soap. The Xmtr looks a lot like the HLLY units you can find online, and like the HLLY, this one is Chinese-made, despite Fail-Safe's claims of "American made." In truth, they are "American sold." These are generic transmitters mass-produced overseas sold by numerous companies around the globe. That being said, I still chose the Fail-Safe over the lower-cost HLLY and others due to the good reviews about Fail-Safe's tech support. Nice to know I can call somebody in Indiana if I have a question or concern. Better to pay $100 and have domestic support than to pay $60 and give your credit card info to some guy in Guangzhou.
I set up the Xmtr in my home, at ground floor level, perhaps 6' height above average terrain (HAAT). I connected the antenna, plugged in the power supply, turned it on, set freq to an empty channel and connected my mp3 player. I set the power to low (100mW) and turned on radios around the house. The signal was rock-solid with very good fidelity. There is a small amount of noise in the signal, likely due to the switch-mode power supply. The noise is only apparent between songs, or when the music is very soft. Most of my music is very dynamic, so it won't be an issue.
I got in the car and drove around the neighborhood.Read more ›
I got this Unit and right out of the box, WOW. I set it to 87.7 and I got in my car and drove blocks and the radio station was still playing my source, (ipod).
I tried others and found them weak, and fade in and out, but not this guy, good sound al over my house. So if your in a market for a FM transmitter this is the one.
Shipping was great, 2 days to get unit.
This higher power may be seen as a plus but as you know the FCC regulates your Part 15 FM Transmitter output much lower than this. If you mess with a licensed signal and they report you to the FCC a field mobile unit will drive by your home, direction find you, and then send you a notice to stop in the mail. If you don't follow their instructions they typically fine you $10,000. They do this to pirate stations 60 to 120 times a year and typically to the major offenders, but still, it's our government being our government. If you do a search for, "fcc field issued citations" you'll find these notices of apparent liability they send out with fines. Also, as of this review transmitting out of Part 15 is a felony in New Jersey, Florida, and New York, meaning it's not just a civil fine it's a criminal on your record sort of thing. I don't mean to ruin anyones fun or freedom here since I don't agree with FCC's rules on micro power FM Transmitting but I do want to make everyone aware of how things stand with the said enforcement authorities today.
I'd recommend you buy a "50 ohm 10 db BNC attenuator" from eBay to knock this unit down to the 20 mW transmit range. If you really want to be confident stack a 10 db with a 3 or 6 db or try a 20 db.Read more ›
If you are looking for a FM Transmitter, buy this one.
Shipping was fast.
Thanks guys for a super product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wow, what a deal. I've paid more for less. This thing is awesome. I use it for my Christmas light-o-rama display. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Chris from So Cal
Worked great for our Christmas light display. Once I got the volumes all situated on the computer then the volume on the transmitter set it was absolutely smooth sailing. Read morePublished 22 days ago by James Higley
Not quit as good as I hopped it would be considering the reviews. As for frequency response, it overdrives the lower frequencies. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Kevin Williamson
Mine lasted for about 1 year. Used it every day to transmit internet radio throughout the house. In high-power mode it would transmit several city blocks. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Miller
Excellent product!!!! Extremely stable. The signal is crisp & clear. Attenuation of output power, if using other than the rubber duck, will keep the power legal in the U.S.Published 1 month ago by Chuck Chambers
Again, which is the CORRECT 50 OHM BNC attenuator pad, 10db that is compatible with this product? There is one on Allied, part #27-9300-10 that another reviewer referenced, which... Read morePublished 1 month ago by oldies76
I've used about 6 of these type of thing (some F-S and a few not) which are functionally the same. Easy to use and adjust, although you really need to read the instructions for the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Pierce
I bought this to use with our new Christmas light show on our house. Setup was easy out of the box - instructions on changing it from H to L so as not to interfere with real radio... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jaynee