Car Mount Holder Charger For Samsung Galaxy S4 and Wireless In-Car FM Transmitter with Charging for Galaxy S3, S4 , Note 2 with Hands-Free Calling
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- Universal mount designed to fit all smartphones.
- Adjustable Cradle with Multi-angle rotation, easy adjustment for optimal viewing.
- Handsfree calling with built-in microphone and enhanced voice detection.
- Full range frequency settings, Transmits music wirelessly from audio devices over FM frequency.
- Built in USB Charging Port.
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All in one Wireless Car FM Transmitter with Digital Display Transmits Music Wirelessly from Audio Devices over FM Frequency, universal holder and handsfree car kit.
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Something to be careful about is where your cigarette lighter is, which is what this thing uses as a base. The stick shift in my car is really close, and so no matter how I adjust it I end up hitting it when I use the shifter. I didn't deduct any stars for that because that is not really the product's fault.
The problems for me are in the part that plugs into the car. It has some weird type of gasket on it that makes it fit snugly into the cigarette lighter (which is important so that the holder is stable). But it is too big, and I can't get it to fit in the lighter correctly. I have to push it in really hard, and then it still pops out kind of easily. Also, there is a little headphone jack that plugs into the phone. It has a microphone on it (for telephone calls), but I can't get it to work at all, I don't know if it is the device or some obscure settings on my phone. Finally, when the headphone jack is plugged in, you can turn on a little radio in the base so that your car's radio acts as a speaker for the phone if you match up the frequency. Unfortunately, it just isn't powerful enough. I have to turn the volume all the way up on both the phone and the radio to hear it, and then I hear a lot of static too.
I'm going to use it, but if I could do it again I don't think I would have bought this one. I was hoping to use it to take calls and listen to music, but I really only use it for gps navigation now. It's okay at that, but a dashboard or windshield mount would be better for me because the cigarette lighter is too low and I have to look down to see the gps directions.
It doesn't charge my phone. I even tried using a different cable than the one that was included. I have a Samsung Galaxy S4.
It doesn't just slide right into the cradle. Perhaps my expectations are different than what is reality but I would often have to use two hands to remove it. With that...
It would shift the position of the stand which I would then need to correct.
Now the pros:
My phone, which is one of the bigger phones, fits in it even with the case on it.
The stand was sturdy while driving.
The FM tuner was actually pretty good compared to others I have used in the past. In town use would have some static, but not too much to be annoying. When driving in rural areas it was pretty clear. This would be expected since larger towns would have more stations using more frequencies than in rural areas. I live in a town of roughly 100K people.
It fits snug into to car outlet which helps with the stand keeping it's form.
My biggest hangup with it is that fact that it won't charge my phone. I don't use it much anymore because I have to remove it from the car outlet and plug in my car charger to charge it when the battery gets low. It's more of a hassle than it's worth. A phone in the car is enough of a distraction. To complicate that with switching out parts is just asking for a ticket, if not worse.