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LineX LinkPlus PLL Wireless FM Transmitter Audio Adaptor MP3

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  • Wirelessly streams music from your portable MP3 player, CD, MD, PDA or laptop computer through your home or car's FM radio.
  • Low battery indicator / Powered indicator
  • Battery life gives greater than 150 hours
  • Single wire connection
  • Works with any music source that uses an 3.5 mm jack
  • Slim and lightweight design
  • Uses 3 size "AA" batteries (not included)
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Technical Details
Brand NameSellNet
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions8.8 x 4.5 x 1 inches
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000SZAKKM
Best Sellers Rank #242,656 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces
Date First AvailableJune 19, 2010
  
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Product Description

LineX LinkPlus FM Transmitter Digital Wireless Audio Adaptor Stereo Audio

Allows you to transmit the audio from any portable audio player to your car's FM radio in STEREO! The electronics of the Link Plus are based on Phase Lock Loop (PLL) synthesized circuitry. This technology allows you to tune in to a specific frequency, a definite advantage as you'll not have to deal with "electronic drift." The stability and performance of this device make the LinkPlus the perfect solution for nearly all of your portable audio adapting needs.

Simply plug the audio cord on the Sound Feeder into the headphone jack of your portable audio player. Then tune your radio to any of the 7 digitally tuned FM stations supported by this device. These include 106.7, 106.9, 107.1, 107.3, 107.5, 107.7, 107.9 Mhz. Many competing products only offer 4 digitally tuned frequencies to choose from, the LinkPlus has 7 thereby giving you nearly twice as many chances of being able to find a blank station in your area.


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Customer Reviews

20 bucks well spent.
Simon Crisp
This is exactly what I wanted for creating an every room stereo experience, and is great for listening to audio books and podcasts when walking around the house.
eAli
With a good receiver, table radio, portable radio, or boombox, you won't have a problem picking up a clear signal in the house and around a small yard.
Rich Acre

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Arthur Niederfringer on December 22, 2010
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Purchased through Amazon, this cost-effective FM transmitter easily transmits 30 feet or more in my condo. This old-fashioned design is very efficient. I do like using the dip-switches to select the FM frequencies. I do like the lack of a readout. I feel that a lighted digital display would shorten battery life. Even though they are all high-band frequencies which are busy in West Palm Beach, I am able to find two clear ones. My Belkin FM transmitter uses the low-end of the band frequencies. It too has no readout, only a bright green LED power light.

The battery life with 3-AA cells runs over 200 hours, a pleasant contrast to the 10-15 hours on 2 AAA's achieved with my similar Belkin. The wire antenna seems cut for the FM band at about 3 feet. It's a bit long and needs to be teased out for best reception. My solution was to tape two drinking straws together, run the wire through them, and tape the new antenna at 45 degrees to the rectangular transmitter chassis.

The vertical design works well if you mount the device on surfaces with Velcro.

The audio quality and loudness exceeds that of the Belkin.. I do not believe the Belkin uses PLL as there is a drift in the frequency you select, Weakening batteries cause more drift. The LineX is rock-solid stable. I like that the Belkin has a built-in 6-inch 3.5 mm plug for your MP3 or computer. The LineX requires an outboard 3.5 mm male to male cable, a big disadvantage.

Pros: No readout, extending battery life; uses longer life AA batteries; great sound, stable transmit frequency.
Cons: 3 cell AA design works only with battery charges that charge separate batteries; no auto shutoff; requires outboard audio cable, vertical lightweight unit requires support.

Overall: Great longer-distance wireless FM transmitter for those seeking simplicity.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By ktr on January 28, 2012
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Very good transmitter after a quick modification... I just stripped a small amount of antenna wire, and added about 10-20 ft of more wire to make antenna reach farther. I have a long driveway... about 1 acre... Used for a christmas light show to transmit music for people to hear in their car radio.. Works great after the easy modification.. it will work about 3 houses down from mine.. I also took a usb wall charger i had and cut the end off to where i had 2 bare wires, and took out the batteries, and soldered the connection from the usb charger to the positive and negative leads so that i dont have to use batteries anymore. After these few mods, this works amazingly great.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 18, 2012
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I have a long commute and a car without audio input, this product was supposed to be the solution to listen to podcasts.
The quality is very poor, the sound was never good, a lot of statics, even when placed next to the car antenna. The sound volume is low and muffled.
For twenty bucks I would have expected something better, this is not worth more than 5.
Where can I find something of quality?
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mark on September 1, 2012
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It works, but if you live in a large metro area, it will difficult to find an available channel. In my case, all FM frequencies available on the LineX were already occupied. My only choice was to pick the weakest FM station. The LineX's signal will be strong enough to over ride the weak FM station, but your radio/FM receiver will have some interference from the weak FM station, resulting in a less then crystal clear FM signal from the LineX. So, for the money, it's O'k and gets the job done, but you will notice some distortion. Also, it's best to turn up the volume on your FM radio, and only 1/2 to 3/4 on your MP3 player, because turning up the volume on the MP3 player beyond 3/4, will distort the signal.

I did contact the merchant asking for another LineX, that uses different FM frequencies. The did replace mine, but the replacement one came setup for the same FM frequencies as the original one they sent.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mark C. Johnsen on December 21, 2011
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Got it in the garage and works well.

I tuned it to 107.3, in-between two radio stations. When I had the FM transmitter 'off,' the radio had static and was trying to play some channel from I don't know where. When I flicked on the unit, without turning on my mp3 player, the radio went silent. It was cool - the thing works! So, then I was off and jamming from there.

Would like to check the range, haven't gotten around to that. But, I did set two radios, one in the garage and one in the kitchen to the same radio station and could play my mp3 player that way. Worked great for an audio book I was listening to because I could listen to it in the garage and go into the kitchen and not miss anything.

Suggestion - I used a p-touch label to adhere the radio stations w/ the correct dip-switch settings to the case. Why they didn't mold those into the cover I don't know. What am I going to do, carry the darn directions around w/ me everywhere to determine the correct radio station and dip-switch settings. 4 stars for the annoyance.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BobbyC on November 24, 2012
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Great transmitter for around the house or at the campsite. I got 100-150 plus feet range with the unit. I had it plugged into my iPhone playing iTunes through several car radios. I used a DJ app and got down right jiggy with it! Pretty neat stuff. Also worked with my XM radio playing through a portable boombox. Three day trip and the batteries were going strong even after leaving on over night once.
The only drawback is the lack of instructions on the unit itself. The sheet that has the FM stations and the corresponding pin switch locations is great, but I wish that information was permanently drawn on the unit. It's impossible to remember them all and if you don't have the paper instructions.
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