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Scosche Goose Neck FM Transmitter with Digital Display for iPod, iPhone, Zune MP3 Players

by Scosche

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  • Digital Display
  • 100 Frequencies
  • Flexible goose neck
  • 3 station programmable memory
  • Back lit digital LCD display
  • Play your iPod or MP3 player through your car stereo
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameScosche
Item Weight5.4 ounces
Product Dimensions3 x 3.7 x 6.1 inches
Item model numberFMTD3R
Connectivity TechnologyWired
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB001RH62YS
Best Sellers Rank #67,150 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 AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

tuneIT - Digital FM transmitter with Back Lit Display & Flex-Neck 3 station programmable memory,Back lit digital LCD display, Play your iPod or MP3 player through your car stereo

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Customer Reviews

I was moving the screen and the goose neck is rather stiff.
C. Lane
It broadcasts with such low volume, that you need to turn up the radio volume up to the point that electrical engine noise is grossly annoying.
J. Donnelly
Of those 12 months it only worked for 4 of them before I had to stop using it.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Haz on August 6, 2009
I have tried and returned more than a few fm transmitters. Before buying this model I was fairly satisfied with the discontinued "Universal" Belkin tunecaster, which fit into the earphone jack of any mp3 player. However, due to not so smart design (constant cord stress above the connector plug) the wire frayed and I had to replace it.

I subsequently bought the 'updated' model (exclusively for ipods) which now plugs into the base, thereby charging the player at the same time. First off, it was quite arduous finding a suitable frequency for this unit, and even when I did, it never held onto it for very long. During the 30%-35% of the time it worked properly, the sound was acceptable... but the rest of the time was interference, hissing, bleed-in from neighboring frequencies and, consequently, looking for free wavelengths and readjusting the transmitter.

What's more, the controller goes all over the place- and even though there's a mounting attachment, the "ideal" spot seems to vary constantly, and so is of limited use. This was in 3 three different vehicles, by the way.

After further research, I took a leap of faith as a result of good reviews from a handful of consumers on a "Radio shack/The Source" web-site (I found no other reviews on the web!).

It cost half as much as many other models (including the Belkin), but man, how nice is it when a device delivers on what it's supposed to do?

It completely took control over (and held) the very first frequency I tried and, save for between tracks, there was virtually NO background noise or static. The only 'quirk' I found was a boosting of bass which caused some distortion in the speakers. This was immediately remedied by lowering the ipod volume (which was on high), and compensating with the volume in the car.

Very happy with this purchase.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C. Allen on January 3, 2011
At least once a minute, I have to turn off the transmitter to get it to start broadcasting again because it just cuts out. It's not a reception issue because as soon as I turn it off and on again, it works for another few seconds. This problem started right off the bat.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. Lane on March 1, 2012
I bought this at Target without looking up reviews. My mistake. Don't make the same. It worked for approximately an hour before it broke. I was moving the screen and the goose neck is rather stiff. When I moved it, an internal connection broke, because it would no longer get power. I had a technician friend open it up and fix it and he laughed at how poorly the internal was put together. He did repair the connection and it does have power now, and does technically work.
BUT, you have to have the volume set so high that if it accidentally goes out, the resulting static is extreme and painful. When it is playing, there is a intermittent but regular static pulse that can be rather annoying.
Do yourself a favor and look for a different transmitter.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jason Edwards on April 23, 2012
This product works great for about 3 months... Then it begins to malfunction to the point you will want to throw it out the window. Weak signal, wire issues both at the plug and at the unit, constantly cuts out - requiring you to turn it off and back on to get it working. In other words: fundamental issues in manufacturing. Cheap components make for a useless product. AVOID!!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Donnelly on May 29, 2010
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This transmitter has so little power, it gets walked on by neighboring stations and stations too weak to even listen to. It broadcasts with such low volume, that you need to turn up the radio volume up to the point that electrical engine noise is grossly annoying. I ended returning it with one hour of use.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By andrew on February 25, 2013
I DO NOT recommend this product. At first I was excited to use it, but after I plugged it in the screen turned on for a couple seconds then went blank and hasn't turned on since. I never got to use the thing and it's already broken!!! Piece of crap!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By bikerguy on December 9, 2013
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Doesn't work after 2 weeks. When I first got this it worked great. It doesn't charge the phone or iPod but its not supposed to. The signal was quite clear and static free. But after only 2 weeks it started to cut out like it was loosing power. I'm guessing it has a bad connection somewhere inside. Maybe I got a lemon but it cuts out so much now I can't use it anymore. It has a nice big display and easy to use buttons. Gooseneck extends from cigarette lighter only about 6 inches so. So if your cigarette lighter is in awkward position you might have trouble seeing display or pressing buttons.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cathy L. Cravens on August 14, 2013
I purchased this for a cross country road trip. It worked...tolerably. Lots of hissing that didn't go away by changing stations, didn't hold stations very well. I purchased this in late June, it is now mid August and it just quit. It lights up for a second when I plug it in (sometimes) but it does not work at all. This is garbage, and I believe I paid over 30 bucks for it because I HAD to have one. Both of the little Scosche models I purchased for about 10 bucks each several years ago far outperform this hunk of plastic.

Update: I took my unit apart, and one of the wires had broken off. A very easy fix, if one can solder, which I can. I am sorry, though...I shouldn't HAVE to need to repair this stupid thing. So, if you have one of these and can't return it,c check the wires. Very, very easy to check, pretty simple to fix.
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