Breett FM Transmitter Car MP3 76.0-108 MHZ 360-Degrees Rotatable Red Light with Multi-Functional Interfaces Car Accessories (black with red)
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- FM Transmitter, 360-degrees rotatable design at the upper half part to meet the angle need.
- Supports SD /MMC card and USB flash drive player and card reader functions.
- Supports external portable devices charging via functional interface.
- Supports multi-language menu operation, ID3 and LRC lyrics synchronized display.
- Supports memory function and 6 kinds of EQ mode settings and so on
Do you want to get rid of boring time during a long driving? Do you want to make your trip more relaxed and interesting?
The Breett FM transmitter Car MP3 can help you to solve the trouble above.
It is easy installation and great performance.
Just plug the MP3 player into cigarette lighter of your car directly. 360 degree Rotation.
It is high quality, professional designed and compact.
- Big cylindrical button design is easy for car operation
- 360-degrees rotatable design at the upper half part to meet the angle needs
- The panel can be multi-angle adjusted
- With frequency memory, song memory function
- Song name and lyrics display function
- 3.5 mm audio interface
- Supports audio output
Transmit frequency: 87.5-108.0MHZ
Music source: Flash drive (128M-8GB)
SD card (128M-8GB)
3.5mm stereo headphone jack
1 x Car Mp3 Player
1 x Remote Control Unit
1 x Audio Cable
Top customer reviews
Using it couldn't be easier. Use the provided 3.5mm male-male cable to connect your phone, music player, tablet, etc. to the transmitter. Tune the radio to the same frequency as the transmitter and play your music. Connect a charger to the USB port on the transmitter to recharge your device while you listen. You can also put MP3s onto a flash drive and play them by inserting it directly into the transmitter's USB port.
This met my needs perfectly. I could only have asked for a second USB port for charging two devices simultaneously. But for the price, this really couldn't be beat.
This one doesn't look as nice as the picture shows but works as intended. It was a little confusing at first to know how it worked but its not hard when you manage to make it work.
- I was going to use this to control my music from my phone but music streaming from USB works well and the buttons are responsive.
- Music plays from the last track where you left off is you use USB/SD Card.
- Has a remote to better control which music you want to play. Such as folder skip.
- Picking the frequency is important and I am surprised how clear it is when I got the right frequency. It will vary so you have to scroll through all the frequencies in your city to get the best one. It still can pick up interference like any FM tuner.
- This product has a size limitation on the SD card. It will not read over 16 GB.
- I am not aware there is a size limitation on USB but I believe it also has one. You can store mp3 music in folders like a mp3 disc and you must format the flash drive as a FAT32 drive.
- If you don't use the remote it will be a hassle to scroll through music as you have to click through each one one at a time and you can't folder skip.
- The audio wire to your iPhone or external music player is short. If you have a dash mount it might be a problem.
- Changing frequency is by buttons, the dial only changes volume.
The unit was occasionally a problem even while it was working properly. It is relatively heavy at the control and display end, and would not stay inserted in the 12V outlet. A rough road, pothole, railroad tracks, etc. would often cause the unit to pop out or at least lose contact in the outlet. Rotating the display so there was less torque on the contacts would interfere with the shifting and other car controls. That's not the fault of the unit, but it is still a nuisance I'd rather not deal with.
I now need to replace it, but with something different.
The device is quite bulky and occupies a lot of space where it sits in my Honda Civic. Could have been smaller.
I have problems understanding the use of the remote that cam with the device.
Most importantly, it did not work as it should. Yes you set the FM station and arrange your stereo accordingly, but there was too much static in our case to be able make it possible to listen to the radio comfortably. There were no instructions to troubleshoot such an issue, which I assume must be quite common.
I personally regret buying this item.