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Zune Car Pack

by Zune
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  • Compatibility: All Zunes (4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 30 GB, 80 GB, 120 GB, Microsoft Zune HD 64GB)
  • Zune FM Transmitter automatically selects an optimal station for broadcast
  • Two FM presets for your most commonly used broadcast stations
  • Charge your Zune while you listen to music
  • Magnetic storage clip keeps wires out of your way; dashboard grip pad keeps Zune secure in car
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Product Description

Product Description

If you're taking a road trip, the Zune Car Pack gives you everything you need to be your own DJ, listening to your music through your car stereo while keeping your Zune charged. This device transmits music from your Zune into an FM frequency that can be picked up by your radio tuner. You can automatically select an optimal station for broadcast using the auto-tuning Zune FM Transmitter. It often takes more than one station to stay tuned in if you drive between different regions with different stations, that's why the Zune FM Transmitter has two presets so you can easily swap back and forth between your most commonly used broadcast stations. To keep up with a long road trip, you can charge your Zune while listening to music in the car. The magnetic storage clip allows you to keep wires out of your way, and the dashboard grip pad provides a great place to rest your device in the car. It is compatible with all Zunes.

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If you're taking a road trip, the Zune Car Pack gives you everything you need to be your own DJ, listening to your music through your car stereo while keeping your Zune charged. This device transmits music from your Zune into an FM frequency that can be picked up by your radio tuner. You can automatically select an optimal station for broadcast using the auto-tuning Zune FM Transmitter. It often takes more than one station to stay tuned in if you drive between different regions with different stations, that's why the Zune FM Transmitter has two presets so you can easily swap back and forth between your most commonly used broadcast stations. To keep up with a long road trip, you can charge your Zune while listening to music in the car. The magnetic storage clip allows you to keep wires out of your way, and the dashboard grip pad provides a great place to rest your device in the car. It is compatible with all Zunes.

What's in the Box:
FM transmitter/charger, dashboard grip pad, product quick start guide, product manual.


Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameZune
Item Weight9.6 ounces
Product Dimensions6.1 x 1.6 x 8.6 inches
Item model numberH9A-00001
Operating SystemN/A
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000VWOKRG
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 11, 2007
  
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Customer Reviews

I believe that if you can find a radio station that is never used in your area then it may work without static.
D. Fox
I've never written a customer review about a product, but I must warn others to stay away; this product will create pure frustration.
Tanya S. Martin
If the tape player in my car worked, it would return the Zune Car Pack and just get one of those tape adapter things.
Mrs. W

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

312 of 329 people found the following review helpful By S.E. Powers on December 20, 2007
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*TAKE NOTE: Don't turn your radio on UNTIL you have found a clear FM station with the Zune Car Pack 2. Turning your radio on FIRST seems to prevent the device from finding any clear FM station.

*Some people have had luck tuning with the radio on. The important thing to remember is you are tuning a radio and just like a real radio it may take a little effort to tune it.

None of the harsh negative reviews are accurate IMHO and with respect to these people. It really makes me wonder of their validity in every single claim. The reviews greatly differ from the excellent and flawless product I just received and used. It could be that these well meaning people simply missing something on how to use this very simple and EXTREMELY effective device. My experience was a 100% POSITIVE with ZERO trouble! The Zune Car Pack 2 actually shocked the hell out of me because of the negative above reviews (I was already prepared to send it back). Like most everyone I read the user comments before I buy anything. I called Amazon to verify I could send this product back before I bought because of the horrid reviews above. Sometimes I will gamble anyway with a product purchase like this and this time and it paid off BIG. I got exactly what was advertised and what I wanted in my car.

1) I live in a VERY URBAN area. Nearly every single radio frequency is occupied. I plugged in the adapter hooked up the Zune used the auto-tune to find a clear station. Turned on the radio, tuned it to match the clear frequency and the sound was flawless. I honestly could not tell any significant difference from direct input. No kidding it works that well and that easy. There are also online resources that can locate some good clear FM frequencies by zip code if you should need extra help.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By William Cuthbertson on March 7, 2008
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After being a bit hesitant to pick this up considering the density of the city where I live, I'm really pleased with the quality of the build and the sound of the v2 Zune Car Pack.

It was a bit finicky in bad weather, but the sound quality overall is comparable to any strong radio station broadcast. I also like the that this car pack seems to be made of durable, attractive materials. There's attractive backlighting on both the plug (to indicate power), and the small tuner that indicates the station, and the tuner is very visible for night driving should you need to read the station.

The rubber pad to prevent your Zune from sliding around works terrifically. Despite speed bumps and sharp turns, the Zune stays on the rubber pad.

Again, I'm very pleased with the Car Pack - especially considering the price has dropped now to about $55 dollars. Well worth it, in my opinion, even in a city as large as Chicago.
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50 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 12, 2008
I recently purchased this as a gift for my wife to use in her car that does not have a casette deck, nor extra auxiliary inputs.

Having dealt with a similar technology with my Deplhi XM portable player (XM2Go)for my car, (and having pretty good luck with that), I thought this would be a no-brainer.

Unfortunately the other reviews led me to believe this was going to be a gamble, and so I went for it, and returned it shortly thereafter.

While the device appears to be a simple hook up, and instructions were straight forward, I knew I was in trouble once the device kept changing its mind on the optimal FM channel. Now I read the reviews stating to have the radio 'OFF" at first, and even the manual suggests this, so that the device coudl find an optimal channel. Well first try it was 105.7, then it was 89.3, then it was somewhere in the 90 range; meaning it jumped all over the place in a span of under 5 minutes.

Some channels it chose were not free at all in my area, as there were clear as bell radio stations coming in on those frequencies. The few actual 'free' channels it did find and I was able to tune my stereo to were horribly dissapointing. Static and hissing were atrocious, no matterhow I manuevered the Zune or the cabeling. A far cry from my XM FM transmitter experience.

And then when we turned the car on, we noticed it got worse, very much like an old CB radio suffering from EM interference.

The sole reason I give this two stars is the nice and simple interface, the very well lit and sharp display, and the idea of the magnetic clip...all great ideas and useful....if only the device performed.

Granted I live in the burbs of a large radio market where free channels are rare (unlike the midwest), but the bleed-over, static & hissing, and random 'optimal' channels have me scratching my head.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Roth on February 2, 2008
First of all, let me say that I have become a HUGE Zune supporter. I first bought a brown 30 GB Zune last year; aside from minor software issues, it was great. Recently, I decided to buy an iPod 80 GB for greater storage in lieu of the new 80 GB Zune, mainly because of all the hype iPod has been getting. Two days later, I exchanged the iPod for the 80 GB Zune; no regrets. The iPod had stubborn software relating to podcast playlist orders and album art; not to mention the horrifically small screen (compared to Zune). The Zune handles these issues MUCH better. In regard to the Zune car pack; if you're looking for a good transmitter, this product is a good option. It has a bright display (although it seemed cheap; it pulled away from the casing when removing the protective plastic sheet), automatic seek function, and the convenience of one less wire through its combination power/transmitter cord. My problem was that it did not transmit any better than my old Belkin transmitter. I already owned the Belkin transmitter; I thought the Zune product would be better, but it wasn't, so I returned the product to the store. Keep in mind, however, that the Zune car pack is designed for the Zune, it works well, and is more convenient and appealing than most after-market products. My advice is to buy the Zune car pack if you're looking for a good option for travel if you don't have wired input into your car stereo; but, buy it from Amazon; they're pricing is considerably lower than most retail/discount sellers.

Happy Zune Owner.
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