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GOgroove FlexSMART X2 Bluetooth FM Transmitter for Car Radio w/USB Charging, Multipoint, Music Controls, Hands Free Microphone for iPhone, Android
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- ON-BOARD CONTROLS for easy accessibility includes Volume , Play Settings , Bluetooth pairing , Call buttons and 3.5mm aux connection so you can connect your favorite devices
- MULTIPOINT BLUEOOTH CONNECTIVITY pairs 2 devices simultaneously so you can take calls & stream audio from either! Trade off DJ'ing and have both your personal & business phones synced!
- BUILT-IN MICROPHONE with enhanced voice detection makes hands-free calls easy - plug-in, sync your phone, and you’re ready to talk!
- USB CHARGING PORT lets you power up your device while talking or streaming music! Compact, innovative design and flexible neck ensure an ideal fit in nearly any vehicle
- FREE 3 YEAR WARRANTY - TECH SPECS: Bluetooth Version: V2.1 / Bluetooth Profiles: HSP, HFP, A2DP, & AVRCP / Frequency Range: 88.1 – 107.9 MHz / Input: DC 12V (Vehicle Power) / USB Output: 5V 1A max
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Clear Cut Display - Perfect for Driving
The X2 is proven to be one of the best car kits on the market! Equipped with Bluetooth 2.1 , USB port , FM tuner , Auxiliary-in port and DC surge protection , it’s ready for anything. Plug in , setup and pair to the X2 in seconds. An LED display hub lets you control your music and take calls with ease.
Unparalleled Transmission Quality
Tuning into your music is a snap. Just sync the X2 to your BT device and enjoy the wireless experience. The hands-free tech in the X2 allows the user to make and receive calls while driving. If music is playing , it will fade out to connect to a call. The X2 also has a built-in microphone with voice detection , so every conversation comes out clear. Use the USB port to charge your device so you always have power.
Flexible Gooseneck Design
The X2 plugs into and grips your DC outlet with a secure fit. A tough and crafty build allows you to get the perfect angle no matter what the layout of the dashboard in your car is.
Not Just for Bluetooth!
To connect non-Bluetooth devices , use any 3.5 Aux. cable to plug into the Line-In port of the X2 , then transmit your music without worrying about adapters.
Multipoint pairing allows you to pair 2 of your favorite smart devices at once so you can take calls and stream audio from either.
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This product powers off the power outlet, has a quick on off button (very useful) and easy controls for changing station, connecting, disconnecting calls, changing tracks, etc.
The phone sound is pretty good and uses the speakers in your car. The trick is patiently finding the right station to cut out in your local area so the radio frequency isn't getting interference and then setting the proper sound level between the connected phone volume and the car volume to avoid a hiss in the background. I find having my phone volume on 75% to 85% is roughly the best set up. People I am talking to seem to think overall the sound is good enough that they can understand me and hear me well. You don't have to be right next to the device for the mic to pick you up.
For music the controls work great whether it is Spotify, Tidal, iPod or other ways to play music from a phone or iPod. The skip forward, back and rewind/fast forward all work seamlessly with the iPhones.
In the end I was more than happy with this and the price was competitive. I will probably buy another for a relative soon and would recommend to anyone in need of hands free phone set ups that can be removed, located out of the way and are easy to use with more than one phone.
After extensive searching of reviews, I found one review for the GOgroove FlexSmart X2 Bluetooth FM Transmitter that stated for the price, this accessory did the job phenomenally. It was very easy to set up. I tuned to the lowest FM band that had static, paired my Galaxy S7 via Bluetooth and immediately was blown away by the sound. My music seemed to sound even better than it did with the other Bluetooth FM transmitter. Also, I live in the suburbs of a major city and I travel into the city for work. Not one issue with the signal tuned at 88.3 FM. The previous transmitter would have some issues at 87.1 where I would get some static near the city, but I could still hear the music but it was annoying to hear it kind of start to lose its punch due to the interference. With the GOgroove, I haven't noticed this interference at all.
I haven't tried the hands-free option yet, but my main goal was having the ability to stream my music via Bluetooth to my car stereo and this product does that in spades. I did notice when I turn the music up, there does seem to be some static, but it's not noticeable when music is playing, so it's not a huge deal breaker for me. Could be due to the station I'm currently tuned to.
There is an auto-tune option per the product's website where if you press and hold on the tuner dial for about 5 seconds, it will then auto tune to what it determines is the best signal. I haven't tried this since so far, the 88.3 frequency seems to work very well for me.
With the hands-free option, if a call comes in and you're streaming, it will pause the streaming when you answer the call and restart when you hang-up. This is only from what I've read as I haven't tried it yet, but if that is the case, that is a very nice feature.
Another nice feature is having the ability to have two Bluetooth devices paired and attached at the same time. The first device to start playing music will stream through. If you wish to switch to the other device, you just pause or stop the music on the current device, and then start playing music on the second device and it will then be the one streaming. Very nice if you have two people in the car that have different types of music and you want to switch off between the two at various times. No need to pair and unpair, just pause one device and start streaming the other and it all works!
I'm also very happy that since I'm not using the aux port, I can plug my phone into the second cigarette outlet in my vehicle and charge it without any static interference from the car engine. With my previous transmitter, I would get a whiny static interference while the car was on and the phone was charging. I have no idea if this was because I had to use an aux cord to play my music. Whether I used my own car charger cable in the 2nd car port, or if I hooked my phone up to the USB port of my previous transmitter, there was always whiny interference from the engine when charging my phone. With the GOgroove, no such static. Very nice!
Other than the minor static or hum I hear when there is no music or sound streaming, the only other issue I have which doesn't detract from my 5-star rating is that I do have to use the aux port for my SiriusXM radio I have since it is an older model that cannot transmit via Bluetooth. It can transmit to FM if I wanted to, but I notice that if I plug in an aux cord, it appears to take precedence over Bluetooth. It would be nice if I could switch between the two without having to unplug the cord when I want to listen to music from my phone. So, if I want to listen to SiriusXM, I have to plug in the aux cord and then unplug it when I'm wanting to listen to music from my phone. I have the device tucked away in a compartment where there is a cigarette port. I like doing it this way as it hides the device from would-be thieves and I don't have to leave it out in the open with the other cigarette port. So that's why having to plug and unplug the cord is kind of a chore. But, as I stated, that doesn't steal any stars from my review.
Definitely worth the price for me and I can finally put the aux cord away and there are no ugly wires to be seen.
As for the downsides, the aesthetics of this transmitter are a bit lacking. You can obviously see what it looks like but it's certainly not sleek and sexy. The buttons to play/pause and change tracks are easy to operate while still paying attention to the road. You can see that there is a flexible arm you can adjust to your liking, but I find that no matter what, it's position seems a bit awkward and I can never get it to look right. It's not a big deal, but this goes back to my point of aesthetics. Apparently you can also use this device to answer phone calls as well (which I never seemed to get it to work), but my vehicle actually already has such a hands-free feature. The two conflict so I actually have to power off the FlexSMART and just use my vehicle's feature. I know that there are cheaper products that do the same thing as this transmitter, but the longer arm probably is what makes it safer to use while you are driving.