FM Transmitter, Breett FM Transmitter Wireless radio Multifunctional 3.5mm Octagonal with Hands-free Calling & Car Charger for iPhone 6/6 Plus/5S/5/44, Samsung, HTC, Sony, Blackberry & GPS (Black)
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- FM Transmitter, talk, charge and play music on the go! Perfect audio transmission function. Allows hands-free phone conversation through the car stereo.
- Play all of your portable audio devices, smartphones with 3.5 mm jack through your car stereo system.
- Supports full frequency range FM radio to avoid interruption.
- Comes with extra USB port to charge your device while driving.
- FM radio transmitter, car charger ensures continuous hours of listening pleasure.
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Listening to your favorite song and charging your device at the same time with the Breett FM Transmitter.
And the FM transmitter allows you to make hands-free phone calls. Hang up, and your music picks up where it left off.
It can help you to get rid of boring driving, meanwhile it can make your trip more interesting and relaxed.
Just plug the FM transmitter into your portable devices and the adapter into the car cigar lighter.
Tune your car stereo or receiver to the clearest FM frequency, and enjoy your music with full sound and convenience.
- Talk, Charge and Play music on the go!
- Perfect audio transmission function.
- Provides hands-free conversation through your car speaker.
- Full frequency range design effectively avoids interrupt.
- USB output charging for Mobile Phones, GPS, and other devices.
Frequency: 88.1MHz-107.9MHz (0.1 MHz/step)
Effective Range: About 5m
Operating Voltage: DC 5V
USB Output Voltage: DC 5V 800mA
Product Size: 56.2*35.5*11.5(mm)
1x FM Transmitter with car charger
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The device is much smaller than it appears in the photos. I was afraid it would be a bit bulky and ugly. Turns out that isn't the case.
Sound quality is superb. It approaches near CD levels of sound quality. You get a loss in the "power" of the bass, but if you're using an FM transmitter in the first place you probably don't have a top-tier sound system to take advantage of it anyway. That also appears to be an issue with radio in general and not a flaw with the device (as I've had the same experience with different transmitters and satellite radio).
Since it runs off the car's power and not your device, it can produce a very powerful signal while not draining the battery any more than listening to music with headphones would. I can set it to a station that a radio tower is already broadcasting on (unlike how you're supposed to use it) and it will still overpower that station with minimal interruption. If set to a "dead" frequency then there is no distortion of sound that I can detect. No background hissing or fuzz like I've heard on other similar devices.
Also works as a charger for when you have an extended drive.
Since it has a generic 3.5mm audio plug and USB port, you can use practically any device to play music, and charge nearly any device as well, provided you have the proper cable (as the device does not come with one).
For some reason it cannot tune to all frequencies. I liked to use 87.9 on my previous device, but the lowest it goes is 88.1.When all is said and done it doesn't matter as there are plenty of other to choose from, but you lose a couple of options.
The audio plug is -slightly- larger than your average headphone plug. If intend on plugging it into a device with a case on it, beware. The plug barely fits through my phone's case.
The device is VERY made in China. What little documentation that is provided is in moderately broken English. Just to be safe, don't put it in your mouth unless you want to risk lead poisoning.
At this price, I decided to give it a try just to see if it would work before going with a higher priced one with similarly good reviews. Thus far, I'm amazed with how well it works and wholeheartedly recommend it.
- If you stop your music for about a couple minutes, the FM Transmitter will turn itself off. This will usually default to static on the radio blasting at a high volume, so just be aware of that. It'll start working immediately after you hit Play again, but it's something to bear in mind.
Just a couple of pointers:
* As in other reviews, you DO have rank the volume of your phone device to 'max', and you do have to turn the volume up on the radio - thi shas very little power output - a price for the minute size.
* It DOES take a few seconds to settle in, so to speak - be patient!
* Do have alternate frequencies ready on your car stereo, especially if traveling in urban areas, Sice I already have an XM mobile unit, I was used to this.. here is a good site to get you prepared for trips: http://radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/vacant
otherwise, especially for the price of this particular unit, this is a very useful adjunct for your car and device. I cannot see where the more expensive ones which look identical could be any different.
My one complaint is that sometimes it loses the connection to the radio and therefore will blast static or unwanted music. I tend to press one of the MHz buttons on the unit to wake it up or plug in my phone. I believe it may be a sleep or not in use function. Once it detects music is playing it's back to where it was before.
Beyond the single flaw, one of the best smartphone car radio adapters I have owned.