|Item Weight||2.7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.4 x 4.9 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||T10|
|Memory Card Slot||Micro SD|
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- UNIVERSAL COMPATIBILITY: The Car Bluetooth Receiver works with smartphones iPhone, iPad, iPod, Tablet and more；Supporting AUX output and input, work with Micro SD, TF card or MP3, MP4 players via 3.5mm audio jack.
- HIGN PERFORMANCE: Support A2DP, achieve the stereo music lossless transfer to your car speaker. Built-in microphone feature can offers your hands free talking and wonderful music.
- HUMANIZED DESIGN: 1.44inch LED screen display can show current voltage of the storage battery of your car, the name of songs or caller ID, connect information, also FM channel and volume.
- CHARGING STATION：With an universal USB port, charging your cellphones or other devices as car charger. Such as apple iPhone 7 6 6S Plus；Android Smartphones, Power Bank etc.
- EASY TO USE: Just plug the Otium best Bluetooth FM Transmitter in the car cigarette lighter, control it and the car radio at the same frequency (frequency range from 87.5 to 108 Mhz). Then let your phone/audio player connects this FM music gear via bluetooth/audio line.
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Otium Best Bluetooth FM Transmitter, Your wonderful car kit music adapter, USB car charger, Hands-Free calling, for iPhones, Android Smartphones, any Bluetooth devices, Committed to a more convenient life!
Provides hands-free conversations through your car speakers.
With a car charger port, you can use it to charge your device when you are driving.
Designed for plugged in the car cigarette lighter, not pick car models.
1.44inch LED display, enable to show you the current voltage of the storage battery of your car, also show the name of songs or caller ID.
1,Press and hold the multifunction button 8-10 seconds, switch voice prompts in English or Chinese.
2,Adjust your transmitter and car radio to the same FM station to avoid noise.
3,To make sure the perfect sound, don't adjust the sound volume of the your car speaker to maximum; If you need louder sound, you can adjust the sound volume of your phone or FM Transmitter.
4,The product contain a AUX cable, but not include a TF/ Micro SD card.
Bluetooth Version: V3.0+EDR
Frequency: 20 h- 20KHZ
USB Charging Port Output: 5V/2.1A
Sensitivity: -42db+ / 3db 360
Voltage: 5 V + / - 0.5
Working Current: 45mA (Max)
Stand-by Current: 25mA (Max)
Frequency: 2.402 ~ 2.480 ghz
Effective Range: 5meters
Sensitivity: -92 dBm
RF Output: 4 dBm
Transmitted Power: 87 dBuv / 107 dBuv
Effective Range: 2 Meters
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The concise version: it works great - have no fear! If your power port is hard to reach, the T10 FM transmitter will be equally hard to reach.
The longer version:
I’ve got a stock 2004 Honda Odyssey with no way to plug in an auxiliary jack (without taking the dash apart - no bueno). I’ve been using a tape cassette adapter to play music from my phone but I wanted something better. I had used FM transmitters back in the day when it was a new thing - like 1st and 2nd generation iPods - so around 2003ish. They were ok, but that was about it.
I’ve had bluetooth radios in my other cars and I’ve gotten used to it, when I got this van it suddenly seemed quite lacking in the audio department.
So I’m cruising a discount site, come across this cool looking bluetooth FM transmitter and figure “why not?”.
The first thing I noticed was that it was smaller than I had anticipated, not in a bad way, but I took some pictures to give a good representation of it’s size.
It does feel very well made. Not cheesy at all.
My wife and I took it out of the box and headed right out to the Odyssey to try it out. She plugged it in, it fired up, you press the main button to get it ready to pair with your device, it was already transmitting to a low band FM station which we’d dialed in on the radio, over the speakers came a movie announcer type voice that told it was pairing. My wife selected in on her Samsung 7 and off we go - started playing Pandora right from there. From the T10 you can pause the song, adjust the volume, skip to the next or previous track and it all worked fine. I tried pairing with my iPhone 6S+ and it didn’t find the T10. My wife turned her bluetooth off on her phone and my phone immediately found the T10 - so it’ll only pair with one device at a time. Makes sense. I started playing music directly from my phone and it played fine as well. I also plugged my phone it with the provided mini-jack cord like you would a traditional iPod and it playing great.
At first we couldn’t hear any music when it said it was transmitting - you need to make sure the volume is turned up on your phone, in your car, and on the T10 itself.
We shut the car off (which kills the power to the T10 via the cigarette lighter) and then turned the car back on. The T10 announced it was looking for my wife’s phone to pair, it found the phone, announced that it had paired and we were back to playing music. Sweet! So it’ll pair to the last known device.
We played music and it sounded great, no distortion like many of the old school FM transmitters.
The video on Amazon shows you adjusting the overall volume via the T10 - with your phone and car volume at fixed levels. This would work fine for many cars - but alas I have a minivan. And there is the one drawback to the T10 for my particular situation - my one power port is 1 inch off the floor, way down by my feet and behind a little trash can we have in there. It totally fits, but is in no way easy to reach or adjust.
I’m not taking any stars off for that because it’s totally the layout of my van and no fault of the T10 - I’m sure it’d fit great in many sedans or any kind of car that has a power port thats within easy reach.
My solution was to leave the volume up on my phone, turn the volume most of the way up on the T10, and then just adjust the volume like normal through the cars controls - works just fine.
Oh yeah! I almost forgot the charger that’s built in!
It also works like a champ. It’s rated at 2.1 amps which is more than enough for any phone and will even charge tablets. I plugged in my phone to the charger and back into the T10 via the 1/8” cord - I wanted to see if this would create a ground loop scenario. Nope! It sounded just fine.
I texted my wife after she drove the Odyssey to work this morning…
Me, “so the fm transmitter worked fine?”
Her, “yep, it works pretty good (: “
So that’s about it! I was hesitant to get an FM transmitter based on my experiences in the past with them - but this one sounds great! It pairs quick and easy. It takes any type of input via a 1/8” cord (regular headphone jack) and it has a miniSD slot (I didn’t try the SD card), and it has a built in charger. What’s not to love?!
If your power port is nice and conveniently accessibly - I totally recommend the T10!
It works perfectly. Turning it was easy (and there are plenty of websites to help you find empty FM channels), and it only took about ten seconds to pair the first time, and it's been almost instantaneous ever since. I keep the volume on my phone at about 70%, keep the volume turned down on this adapter just a bit, and the signal is crystal clear even at nice, loud volumes. I've already suggested this model to a few other friends who are looking for the same thing.