PYLE PLMP3C1 Plug In Car MP3/USB/SD/Ipod Wireless FM Transmitter/Modulator
This item at this price, sold by Amazon.com, is currently reserved exclusively for Prime members.Prime free trial and invitee customers: We will automatically apply an Amazon.com Gift Card to your Gift Card Balance in the amount equal to the Prime exclusive discount after you become a paid Prime member. If you cancel your paid Prime membership or return the qualifying smartphone within the first 3 months of your paid Prime membership, we may void your Gift Card or charge you in the amount of the Gift Card. Terms and Conditions apply.
- FM Transmitter with 206 channels optional :87.5-108MHZ;
- 1.4""Large screen display white words on black background;
- Supports USB disk & SD/MMC card;
- .Line-in function supports other devices:Ipod,mp3/4 etc…
- Suppots MP3 format files;
- Supports 12-24V voltage.
- Supports folder switch & 4 loop modes
Customers also shopped for
This is a neat little FM modulator that plugs into your car’s cigarette lighter. Equipped with a 1.4” screen, line-in function, and SD/USB input, it’s capable of playing MP3s in all sorts of formats. Hook up your iPod, or plug in a USB stick with your favorite music. The FM transmitter operates on over 200 different channels from 87.5 to 108 MHz, so you’ll be able to find the perfect station for streaming your music. The screen displays relevant track information. Includes a fully functional remote control.
Top customer reviews
The functions are better than many at double the price, but the poorly lighted display with few characters negates this as well as the full function remote that must be held about a foot from the device.
In my car I use to select by genre one of six CDs. With the PLMP3C1,
on power up it sorts songs and files (for some time)in the order they were put in the directory of the SD card. All 550 of my songs by folder were copied to the SD, after formatting, in an order I wish to play them by default. So I created folders of 20-30 songs by (my) genre so that I can select the file that contains music that fits my mood. Just like when I created CDs to play but with more variety.
But well worth the $5 less than it now sells for!
I'd of still probably bought it if it was represented as what it was but really would of preferred to get what was pictured above.
n the positive side, It did work well after I figured it out (wrong directions). Sounds as good as a CD, no static, clear and sharp.