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Zune HD Premium Car Pack

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  • Auto-tuning
  • Charge and play; convenient storage
  • Aux-out allows you to send HD Radio to a head unit with Aux-in
  • FM transmitter auto-seeks the best available frequency on your car stereo
  • USB port located on the transmitter/car charger allows you to charge a second Zune player simultaneously
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Technical Details
Brand NameMicrosoft
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions6.2 x 5 x 1.7 inches
Item model numberHCD-00001
Operating SystemN/A
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002JPITZ2
Best Sellers Rank #21,336 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 13, 2009
  
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Charge and play music, podcasts, and HD Radio stations from your Zune HD player while you drive. FM transmitter/car charger auto-seeks the best available frequency on your car stereo.

  • Listen to HD Radio stations through your car stereo. Zune HD player required for HD Radio reception.

  • AUX out connector. Easily connect through the integrated audio output for better audio performance.

  • AutoSeek. The Zune FM Transmitter automatically selects an optimal station for broadcast.

  • Charge and play. Charge your Zune while you listen to music and FM and HD Radio stations. USB port located on the transmitter/car charger allows you to charge a second Zune player simultaneously.

  • Two FM presets. The Zune FM Transmitter has two presets so you can easily swap back and forth between your most commonly used broadcast stations.

  • Included: FM Transmitter/Charger

Disclaimer:
HD Radio reception requires a Zune HD player. HD Radio is not currently available in Canada. Click here for more information about HD Radio.

Product Description

Gives you everything you need to be your own DJ, listening to your tunes through your car stereo while keeping your Zune charged.

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This FM Transmitter is AWESOME!
pphilly06
The channel selector doesn't find the clearest station.
on the wa/id.line
Overpriced for what you're getting.
D. Fried

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111 of 117 people found the following review helpful By C. Law on September 18, 2009
Length: 5:34 Mins
FM Transmitter for Zune HD

Pros:
- Auto Tuning for empty channel frequencies
- 2 Presets
- 3.5mm AUX output
- USB port for charging a second USB powered device such as iPhone, GPS, etc
- Supports Zune HD and older Zune models.

Cons:
- Price is steep
- Sometimes it still tunes to the occupied radio channels
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A. Dusenberry on September 17, 2009
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I have never seen a radio tuner cost this much, but made the jump because I wanted to not have wires running all over my vehicle. The autoscan feature is about par with the previous version for the older Zune models. I just preempt that and use the HD radio plug out to go directly into my stereo. I also love the fact i can plug my HD and 80gb models in at the same time to charge! Is it worth the price? Yes, if you do not have an Auxiliary port on your stereo and want to listen in your car, but if you are in a big city with little open spectrum you might find it hard to find an empty channel. :P
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Daniel K. Fritz on August 26, 2010
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Most of the reviews already posted are typical of my experience using the radio transmitter feature of this product. Probably due to FCC regulations, the transmitter power is low and prone to interference. Living in the Chicago metropolitan area there is almost always a little background noise, kind of like listening to a casette tape back in the 80s. One thing I have discovered that I did not see on another review is that the transmitter uses the wire between the Zune player and the cigarette lighter for its transmission antenna. When I first started using the device I had the plug and wire inside the center console of my car and the results were terrible. Fully extending the wire and stretching it out helps enormously. I suspect this has something to do with the variation between reviews. Fully extending the wire will result in a usably clear signal. It is not as good as having an "Aux In" but it is certainly listenable.

The device is otherwise well made and works as advertized. Channel selection by "seek" or manual setting is easy and intuitive.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jack A. Lanam on March 22, 2010
Overall this is a good buy.

Pros: It's better than the aftermarket transmitter I had because I only adjust the stereo volume, frequencies are easily adjusted, and it also charges my Zune HD. The aftermarket one uses the headphonee jack of the player, which means that it does not act as a charger, and you have to adjust both the player and stereo volumes to get the desired level. The cord is long enough, and I can easily set the frequency and save the two presets.

Cons: A little spendy for what it is. The sound quality is about a 8 out of 10. You may need to extend the cord fully to avoid static.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M.D.C. TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 17, 2010
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I want to be clear that this device DOES do what it claims. The problem is the way Microsoft has positioned this. It basically allows you to not only charge your Zune via a cigarette lighter adapter, but also use FM transmission to an unused station to output the audio without tapping directly to the head unit. The cigarette lighter adapter also has a line out jack if you want the best in audio quality. All this is well and good - but the poor thing was just poorly implemented.

First, the FM transmitter is a bit buggy. On a number of occasions I had the FM set, yet no audio was coming out of the radio. I had to power cycle the Zune HD to get it to pick up and transmit audio. This does not happen with the line out jack.

Second, the FM broadcast quality is simply terrible. The device selected a station in the upper band, and it came up with a little static, but was a very muddy sounding audio. The alternate station was at the lower band, and it had a little less static, but still horrific sounding. The line out was the only option, and it of course sounded marvelous in comparison to the FM stream. Even HD Radio fell victim to this horrific treatment, and I can only suggest that you stick with the line out functionality and ignore the FM altogether if you're considering this device.

Third, this really should have been released as two devices - one for just FM transmissions, one for just line out merging. Of course, if the Zune HD had Bluetooth like it's supposed to, there wouldn't be a need for any device. But in lieu of that, combining the two seems to be a waste, versus separating them for $30 a piece.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Hefner on December 29, 2009
I have owned 2 Belkin Tunecast transmitters and a Griffin iTrip. All 3 were terribly constructed and had very poor performance. The iTrip started coming apart at the end of the plug, the first tunecast just stopped working, and the Tunecast II also started coming apart at the end of the plug.

I received this as a gift and it is the first Zune branded FM transmitter that I have ever owned, so I can't really speak for the 1st and 2nd generation ones, but this one ROCKS.
I live in the Nashville metropolitan area and almost every station is used or has severe bleedthrough from the station next to it. My car has no Aux input, so FM Transmitter is the only way to go (besides buying and installing a whole new CD deck).

There are several things that I like about this transmitter, namely it connects through the Zune's connector slot, instead of the headphone jack (which levels out the audio and charges the Zune). It also provides a USB slot on the bottom of the cigarette lighter adapter (presumably to charge other devices with...IDK), and an Aux out (if you have an Aux input in your car). The auto-seek feature is nice, as it will find the cleanest station and tune to it. The audio was crystal clear. With my previous transmitters, I had to change stations at least twice when driving around town.

One thing that I did to ensure clear signal quality was to remove the antenna from the back of my Spectra...some folks may not have a removable antenna, but if you do then I would suggest removing it.
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