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Wireless Fm Transmitter + Car Charger for Mp3/ipod

by FDL

Price: $8.45 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • Car mp3 transmiter X 1
  • Car Charger X 1
  • This unit can also operate with AA battery alone.
  • This FM Transmitter is the perfect way to get sound from your iPod, PDA, MP3 into your car.
  • Frequency Channel : 106.7MHz, 107.1MHz, 107.5MHz & 107.9MHz
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Wireless Fm Transmitter + Car Charger for Mp3/ipod + SD/MMC/USB/MP3 Wireless In Car FM Transmitter with Remote (Black)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameFDL
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions3.8 x 3.3 x 1 inches
Item model numberCFT-154-2MX-p
  
Additional Information
ASINB0027FM3Y2
Best Sellers Rank #89,737 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableApril 24, 2009
  
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Product Description

Description: This wireless FM transmitter wirelessly connects portable music players to your car or home stereo quickly and easily. Just plug the FM Transmitter into the headphone jack of your MP3 or any audio source including your PDA, CD Player, Cassette player or connect it to your PC or laptop computer. Tune your card stereo or receiver to the clearest FM frequency, and enjoy your digital music with full sound and convenience. Products description 100% BRAND NEW! This FM Transmitter is the perfect way to get sound from your iPod, PDA, MP3 into your car. This device transmit stereo audio from your portable music player (such as ipod, MP3, CD Player, PDA, PC, Laptops, etc) directly to your car's radio or home radio. Simply plug FM Transmitter into the line output or headphone jack of the portable music player. Just tune your car radio into one of the defaulted FM channel. It lets you enjoy music from your portable music player through the car's radio. Frequency Channel : A. 88.1MHz, B.88.3 MHz,C.88.5 MHz, D.88.7 MHz, E. 88.9 MHz A. 107.1MHz, B.107.3MHz, C.107.5MHz, D.107.7MHz, E.107.9MHz Operating Range: 10 feet to 30 feet (less distance will minimize interference and provide strongest signal) Power by 2 x AAA Batteries or Car Charger Specification: Frequency response: 20Hz-20KHz Seperation: ≥50db Operating current: 38mA Transmission range: 87.5-108.0MHz(interval 0.1MHz) Power source: 2AAA batteries or the car's power source Transmit distance >5m Distortion ≤3% (F=75KHz.F=1KHz) Signal to noise ratio ≥45db

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Customer Reviews

Charger stopped working after a week.
trustedseller
The sound (if you can even get it to tune into a station) is terrible, full of static, and temperamental.
Monique L.
Both local FM stations own these guard band frequencies so this transmitter is useless to use in my area.
A. Ebel

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By E. M. Creech on December 9, 2010
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It worked first time for me. Looks like some people have had trouble. It worked on the channel like it came set -- the lowest one (107.6?). If I wiggle the plug into the headphone jack, I get static -- so I stopped wiggling. I have a 1-ton, 4WD truck with a stiff suspension and I've yet to hit a bump that causes the static.

Sound is clear and good quality. The thing is only about 2.5" long so it fits anywhere. 12V adapter is great & no replacing batteries (2) AAA's. If you don't want the power cord, it unplugs from the transmitter.

It seems that a dozen sellers market this thing under different names. It's so much cheaper than the others that it's worth a try, even if you decide you'd rather pay more for high-end unit. The expensive ones probably use the same electronics in a bigger box. ;")
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By MAG on December 11, 2010
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There are several comments about static. You can remove the static by turning the volume on high on the mp3, and adjusting the radio volume. This immediately removes the static.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Scott on March 18, 2011
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I received the transmitter yesterday. Here is what I learned:
1. You need to have batteries in the device to let it transmit. If you just use the supplied car adapter, you get nothing.
2. Be very careful turning the power on. Apparently, I pressed too hard and now the button is stuck in the on position. I'll be getting a screwdriver out to open up the unit and see why it is permanently on.
3. Be careful how hard you pressed the power when turning it on. The transmitted sound comes with a lot of static if you pressed to hard.
4. Sound quality is poor. I expected some reduced quality from the unit to my speakers, but the filtering just seemed like too much.

I am glad this only cost me $5.53 including shipping. I figured that if I had a bad experience, I could warn others and then drop $40 on a decent unit. If it worked, I would have saved about $25. I took the risk and lost. I've ordered the MBL-FM XMTR300 (Monster RadioPlay 300 Universal Full Spectrum FM Transmitter for $38.13).
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Gambitz711 on September 3, 2010
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I've owned a similar item, the only difference was that it operated on 88.1 to 88.9 which worked great almost everywhere, but ended up short circuiting and I would struggle to receive a signal, so I decided to purchase this item. I plugged it in and it works great in Eastern Idaho, but I drove to SLC and attempted to use this item and all I received was static or feedback from other stations. I recommend this item if you live in a rural area that doesn't use 106.? as a radio frequency.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kim Cros on May 10, 2010
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Very impressed by the quality of this device, considering the low price. Some times you have to position it a certain way to get the best quality sound without static, but not a big deal. I purchased an additional one for my son, and he loves it.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Josh on August 13, 2011
I ordered this so that I could play my mp3's on my car stereo (this car doesn't have and auxiliary input). I was excited because it said how "new" this product was to the market and how promising it was. At a little under $4 I though I was getting an incredible deal, as most of the others were at least $15. First off it took about two weeks to get to me (other orders get to me within about a week), and honestly I thought I had been scammed because it was from another company, but sold through Amazon. I love Amazon. What a waste of even that $4! I could have bought a gallon of gas and been WAY happier. It could barely tune into a station and when it did, the static was so terrible that I couldn't hear the music hardly at all. I could hear it better though when I would hold the stupid thing literally against my mp3 player....how safe is this while driving??? Even still the sound quality was ridiculously bad. I can't express enough to you to spend that extra bit of money and get something that actually is worth what you're paying for it. I used it for one 15 minute car ride "fumbling" with this piece of garbage trying to get it to work while avoiding getting into and accident, and then unplugged it and through it on the car floor next to the trash I was going to throw out at the gas station. I later bought the Coby one and while it did cost more, I LOVE it and it works like a charm. This is what you get for trying to save money on something you really shouldn't. So please, avoid the frustration that I went through and don't buy this thing.Wireless Fm Transmitter + Car Charger for Mp3/ipod
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Hillary A. Kenkel on May 16, 2011
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When I plugged this thing into my car, it didn't even PRETEND to work. Sure, the light came one, and I suppose that's nice...for...looking at? but as far as transmitting ANYTHING over FM waves, it's a joke. The signal wasn't "weak" or "fuzzy" it just wasn't there at all.

Don't buy this unless you want a fancy light up christmas tree ornament for your eclectic "modern electronics" themed decor scheme. It's crap.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By iapprove on September 18, 2011
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Once I unscrewed my antenna and plugged the charger that came with it into my car and into the transmitter it worked great no static at all CD quality.It is also loud-My car is a 98 with stock audio and speakers and my MP3 is an old 512kb SanDisk..I just have to keep it close to my radio
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