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Monster iCarPlay Portable 300 FM Transmitter for iPod and iPhone

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  • Play your music on ANY FM Station on any radio.
  • Full FM tuning capability in the car for clear sound anywhere.
  • 3 digital, programmable memory presets.
  • Metallic Vapor Deposition Display for easy backlit visibility when on and sleek mirrored surface when off.
  • Includes Mini-USB Cable for recharging.
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Monster iCarPlay Portable 300 FM Transmitter for iPod and iPhone + Universal Apple iPod USB Charger Kit - USB Retractable Hotsync Cable - USB Home Travel Charger - USB 12V Cigarette Lighter Charger + Delton Platinum USB 30-Pin Data Cable for iPhone 3GS/4/4S and iPod
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameMonster
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions1.8 x 4.8 x 8.8 inches
Item model numberAI 300 FM-CH
Operating SystemN/A
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002AQVMMW
Best Sellers Rank #41,024 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 5, 2009
  
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From the Manufacturer

 
iCarPlay 300

iCarPlay 500

iCarPlay 800

iCarPlay 1000
USB Charging    
USB Cable Included      
iPhone Compatible  
Programmable Presets  
Available Frequencies All 8 All All
Cigarette Plug  
Auto-Scan    
Digital Display  

Product Description

The iCarPlay Wireless 300 is an ultra-portable FM transmitter that completely eliminates cable clutter, and doesn’t require an external power source. It gives you the freedom to listen to your iPod or iPhone in the car, at home, or in the office, wher

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It works very well because it's totally wireless.
Norma
"Empty" radio stations don't really exist around here (the transmitter found 2 that were weak), so it doesn't work well when I'm driving around town.
M. Watson
The silicone case pushes the connector plug out so it doesn't make solid contact -- about 25% effective, as long as you don't move anything.
Mongo61

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By S. Ludtke on December 12, 2009
I was a bit discouraged by some of the negative reviews I'd seen about this, and I've owned a couple of FM transmitters in
the past, and they had serious problems with a) interference from the iPhone cell signal and b) FM transmitter too weak. I was also
a bit worried because the Honda Fit has it's antenna in the back of the car on the roof. Anyway,
I decided to give it a try, and while it took me a little while to find just the right gap between stations (Houston fills almost
every channel), once I found one, it was excellent. Very nearly as good as an Aux jack connection. I didn't experience any
problems with interference from the iPhone 3Gs cell transmissions either. In addition, unlike some other FM transmitters, it has
a standard mini-USB connector for charging while you use it (it even includes the USB cable). The only negative is the normal
'this device was not designed to work with the iPhone message' when you first connect it. I did not put it in airplane mode, and
as I said, did not experience any problems with interference. Overall, I'm very satisfied !
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44 of 52 people found the following review helpful By A. Linden on January 22, 2010
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I don't usually leave reviews for products, however I figured I should do so for this product as I found the reviews out there kind of misleading, and I figured that other people shouldn't spend $40 and then be disappointed as I was (especially since monster usually delivers first class products).
Okay, I thought I should note that the product did break down after several days of use, however that is not the reason I gave it one star (as this happens sometimes with the best of companies and products, just a thing called life...).
My issue was the quality of the sound which was beyond bad and staticy, at certain times other radio stations constantly overlapped with my ipod while driving (very short distances). I tried every channel available, with very little improvement.
Another important issue for me was the fact that it feeds of your battery charge, monsters review claimed that it uses minimal power charge off the ipod, however the truth of the matter is that it shortens your ipod charge time to over half! I usually get over 8 hours of non stop music on one charge. And with this transmitter I got just a little over 2.5 hours (big difference). My friend ordered it the same time I did, and as his did not break down after a few days, the charging option via USB did not work (and neither did mine by the way, however I just let it slide by), everything else was identical. Hope this review helps you in deciding which product is right for you, as I mentioned earlier I wish I would have known all this prior to purchasing it.
Best of luck to all of you.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jesse on October 15, 2009
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Works great, but its just like all of the other fm transmitters available. it
has good sound but somtimes has a little bit of static. its nice to be able to
bring my ipod and play it through any radio around house or any car im in.
The screen is a mirror also which is nice but it can be dangerous if the sun
hits it wrong while driving. This fm transmitter is tiny which is great
because i can put it into my pocket when i need to. fits on my 30gb ipod
video and gen 2 ipod touch without a problem. setting your stations is very
simple also.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Tyner on December 9, 2009
Normally I consider Monster branded items overpriced and questionable quality but I was very
impressed with the icarPlay Wireless 300. It connected to my Iphone 3GS no problems and was very simple.
Just press a button and tune your car radio to the same station and you are done. Sound quality was okay but i did
get some static but that dissappeared after re-positioning my Iphone. For short trips where battery life is not a concern
this product cant be beat. No ugly wires and a clear digital readout was enough for me to give it a try. Try it and i am sure it will be a keeper.
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful By a-z0-9_ on September 26, 2009
I bought this hoping to be able to use applications such as Pandora radio in my car, but unfortunately, it will only work with the iPod portion of my iPhone. If the iPod isn't playing, it will shut off after a minute or two. The sound quality has been fine so far, but I'm disappointed that I can't use this item as I expected to be able to. I will probably end up returning it because of this. I just wanted to make this clear to others who may be looking for an FM transmitter for the same reason.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott H. on April 6, 2012
I don't doubt some of the problems people have reported having with this, but I picked one of these up from an OfficeMax for 37 bucks on clearance and I have to say that I haven't had any issues with it. For me, this thing is almost a necessity. I spend a significant amount of time driving and I LOATHE the radio. I'd used a cassette adapter to play my iPod in the car for a long time, but my cassette deck recently broke and I figured it was time to upgrade to an FM transmitter. I read up on several different brands and looked at consumer reviews and they all seem to have equal success stories and complaints, so I was sort of at a loss. But I'd owned a Monster brand cassette adapter before (which was pretty good quality and lasted me a long time), so I figured I'd stick with the brand, and it's done me well.

At first the transmitter seemed cheap upon initial inspection; it's very lightweight and made of plastic, but it connects to the iPod via the USB port and is a tight fit; not wobbly or weak. The fact that it plugs into the USB port is a bit awkward considering the port is located on the bottom of an iPod, but I can deal with it. Unlike many FM transmitters which require power from a cigarette lighter, this one is wireless and uses your iPod's battery for power. That gives the advantage of being able to use the device outside of the car-- you can take it into the house and sync it with your home stereo and use it in other settings, which is handy. The battery draw isn't terribly bad, and as long as your iPod is well-charged it shouldn't be a problem (unless you're on a long trip or something).

As far as the actual FM transmission goes-- so far, so good. The device has three available station presets that are adjustable; you can tune it to any station available.
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