AUKEY FM Transmitter, Radio Adapter Car Kit with USB Car Charger, Compatible with Smartphones
- Wireless Upgrade: Wirelessly broadcast audio from your mobile devices to your existing car FM stereo system
- 3.5mm Audio Streaming: A direct connection for any device with a 3.5mm audio output including phones, tablets, and mp3 players
- Handy USB Charging: Integrated car charger with an extra port to charge your USB-powered devices
- Easy Use: High-visibility display with intuitive buttons to change FM frequency
- Package Contents: AUKEY BT-C4 FM Transmitter Car Kit, User Manual and 24-Month Product Replacement Warranty Card
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Works with any 3.5mm audio output device like smartphones, tablets, and portable music players.
Easy-to-read LCD display with simple up & down frequency adjustment.
Powerful 2.1A USB port keeps your phone or tablet fully charged for continuous music output.
Insert the car charger into your vehicle 12V/24V socket.
Plug the 3.5mm audio connector into an audio output device (such as a phone or mp3 player).
Set the car radio to any unoccupied frequency; then set the FM Transmitter to the same frequency.
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Own a car without a 3.5mm audio input? The BT-C4 is the product for you. Tune into your own personal FM radio station in any car with this FM transmitter kit.
Compatible with Your Device
FM radio your way—all your music all the time. The BT-C4 works with all audio devices that have a 3.5mm audio jack, and broadcasts all your favorite songs, podcasts, and audio books from your smartphone or other mobile audio device to your car FM stereo system.
If your device needs a charge, the BT-C4 has got you covered with an extra USB port that delivers up to 2.1A of dedicated charging current—powerful enough to charge an iPad.
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My old hauling truck just has a radio/cd good sound but no way to connect I Phone. My plug is in center counsel and it is recessed so big head units would not fit. Maybe a goose neck one, but that was more than I wanted. This unit has a small narrow plug.
This unit is perfect, I only want it for music and the direct plug in jack uses less power that a blue tooth unit. Finding clear radio channels took a bit of probing but once set the sound was good and had lots of volume. My radio was set at half volume output. My phone full, as recommended. Good sound. I set one of my radio buttons to the empty channel so I can quickly return to it. The channel setting in tuner stays set.
Shutting the car off shuts the lighter power off so I do not need to worry about car battery discharge as some posted. There is a on light in the unit so you know when its on. All this for $13 bucks. Cool.
How I tested. Set radio volume to a normal listening level on a radio station. Also testing this same head unit volume with a tape adapter wired to my phone as the source with my phone volume near maximum for all testing. Same speaker volume output for both the radio and my tape adapter. 2 cars tested, 2 phones tested as my baseline. I then tried this FM transmitter at multiple frequencies across the range to see if that made a difference. 1 car has an external antenna on the back and 1 car has a close antenna on the front. Both cars had very low volume using this FM transmitter even if I maxed out the source phone volume.
Unless it has some defect that causes low FM output power, this just won't work for me. I also noticed the output sound quality isn't as good as my tape deck adapter wired to my phone. I just got this because I am adding a car that doesn't have a tape deck and I would rather not get a non-factory head unit and it doesn't have an AUX input stock.
Oh, and the LED display on this is the very old school display and so the LED segments not lit are almost white, making it hard to read the frequency during the day. Looks great at night. The good thing is it keeps the frequency. And you shouldn't have to change the frequency often even during long distance travel.
The only problems I see people having with this device are with the long wire, and some interference. If the wire bothers you, I would suggest going for a bluetooth transmitter, which is wireless, but may cause faster battery drain in your phone, and may experience more interference. If you are experiencing static, I would suggest simply changing the radio station until you find an open frequency for the area. If you find an open frequency in your local area, you probably won't experience any problems until you head into the range of a different radio station. Interference could become a problem on road trips though, but that is the nature of all radio-transmitter devices. Overall, I am extremely satisfied with this product, and would buy it again!
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It's very panic for me to keep this item without any use. Moreover, I have all the evidence to file a complaint against amazon.