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Soundfly AUX MP3 Player Car Fm Transmitter for SD Card, USB Stick, Mp3 Players (iPod, Zune, Sansa) with Remote Control

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  • 1.5 inch Black LCD screen shows playing time, artist name, song name, folder name.
  • Transmits on all FM frequencies (88.1MHz-107.9MHz) - Memorizes up to 4 FM frequencies
  • Simple plug & play - Powers on automatically and powers off with button - Reads MP3 including Audio Book Mp3s
  • USB port & SD slot & 3.5mm stereo input - 3.5mm cable included for use with iPod, Zune
  • Remote features: Folder shift - Fast Forward & Rewind - Repetition of defined Section
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Brand NameSatechi
Item Weight4.2 ounces
Product Dimensions2.5 x 1.8 x 1.8 inches
Item model numberSoundflyAux
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00479SVBU
Best Sellers Rank #4,246 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 14, 2010
  
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Soundfly AUX lets you listen to MP3 sound files stored in portable memory devices like USB flash memory & SD card, etc through your car radio speakers. Music can play through both Fm frequency and direct connection with Aux port in your car. 1.5 inch Black LCD screen shows playing time, artist name, song name, folder name. It also lets you navigate through files and folders in your portable memory device. Soundfly AUX transmits to all FM frequencies (88.1MHz-107.9MHz) and memorizes up to 4 FM frequencies. It has RDS function that also lets you view artist and song name on your compatible radio display. You can also transmit music from other Mp3 players such as iPod, Zune, Sansa etc. Other functions include bookmarking, repeat, shuffle & volume, treble, bass, contrast adjustment. Fully functional remote control enables easy operation. Just plug USB stick or SD card in Sound-Fly Aux & Enjoy music!

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Customer Reviews

I can now listen to all my music in my car without reinstalling portable mp3 players.
Amazon Customer
Put some mp3's on an SD card and threw that in it, and it was great, showing artist and title, the folders I put songs in, just pimpin'!
Thajones
I'd highly recommend plugging it into an aux input or if you have a cassette player, a cassette adapter works nicely.
R. Cant

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148 of 150 people found the following review helpful By R. Cant on November 12, 2010
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I bought this mainly for the ability to navigate through folders that contained full albums of music from a usb flash drive. The unit is small, plugs directly into a cigarette lighter, comes with a handy little remote and has a lot more functions than you would expect from an item this reasonably priced. The previous review from A. Preston sums up a lot of the features and was very helpful to me when I was shopping. (thanks A!). Here's what I have to add.

There's not a lot of information available about how many folders or songs the player can read or how they read them, so I thought I would add that information for future shoppers.

The unit can access up to 99 folders and up to 1999 mp3's. You don't need to have a master folder as in some of the other models from this company. You can have folders inside folders up to a depth of 5, however the unit is only going to show you the names of the folders and their assigned folder number (as opposed to a directory tree like you would see on a computer). The player will see up to 32 gb of either usb flash drive OR SD card memory at one time. The display can show up to 32 characters(scrolling) for song name, 16 characters for artist name and 15 characters for album name in now playing screen.

Since my main goal was to play complete albums, my math is based on averages of my albums...you'll need to figure the true maximum amount of music you can store based on your preferences in bitrate. I was able to fit 99 albums on one 10gb flash drive and 99 albums on a 10gb SD card, giving me 198 albums to choose from without removing anything from the system. Remember, you're limited to 99 folders TOTAL, not 99 x 5 depth. :))

The only con I can think of for this is the fm transmitter portion of it.
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78 of 78 people found the following review helpful By LunaRae W on November 22, 2010
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Soundfly AUX MP3 Player Car Fm Transmitter for SD Card, USB Stick, Mp3 Players (iPod, Zune, Sansa) with Remote Control has been the first Satechi product I have purchased. I have been extremely pleased with my purchase. I love the menu, folder, and navigation functions when listening to media I have on my SD cards. I am using 4GB cards presently. They only take a few seconds to load. When you can organize media into folders its wonderful to be able to use the Navigation function and get to what you want to listen to fast. I mostly listen to books. So I name my folders after the book, navigate to the book I want and play. Bookmark it when I stop and it resumes when I start the car back up.

I also listen to books on my Sansa through the Soundfly. Its the only way prestently I have to listen to the books I get through Audible.com. Doing it through Sansa you then use the Sansa menu and functions for pausing and playing and such. The Soundly essentially is your "headphone set". If you have an SD card or USB Stick in the Soundfly when using the Sansa you need to remember to pause the Soundfly. The media that was in it will continue to play even though you can't hear it while listening to Sansa.

I'm just really happy that I don't have to wear headphones anymore when driving in order to listen to what I want. I don't care for radio anymore. I'm also glad I don't have to burn everything onto discs to listen to car deck- which could not read mp3. This was a perfect, economical solution. Saved me from having to buy a new car deck to enjoy my mp3 media.

A word about Satechi and why I'm shaking hands with them.
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88 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Explorer on January 10, 2011
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On the plus side, the Soundfly AUX plays static free. It also sounds good enough that after a few minutes I'd forgotten I was listening through a device broadcasting through the radio.

It's also pretty simple to operate.

On the minus side, I'm flustered by how this unit sorts its songs. I'm not sure of how the unit decides the order to play the songs in, but it's not like my pocket-sized mp3 player, or like the mp3 player on my computer. If you feed a folder of songs to the unit, and they're numbered 01, 02, 03, etc, the AUX might or might not play them in that order. I've never seen another player do that before. The Soundfly AUX doesn't play the songs in alphabetical order, either. (And no, I didn't have the unit set to shuffle.)

Another thing bothers me about the AUX. Let's say that you're driving and you turn off the Soundly using its power button. You'll naturally hear static coming through the radio, since the AUX is no longer broadcasting, so you turn off the radio, too. So far so good. You reach your destination and turn off the engine, but the next time you turn on your ignition, the Soundfly AUX will power on with it and automatically start playing music, even though your radio might still be off. This can be irritating. I think this the first product I've ever seen that would switch itself back on spontaneously.

While these irritants didn't make me send the unit back, they're two major drawbacks that I think consumers should be aware of.
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