Mp3 Wireless Fm Transmitter with Sd Card and USB Jump Drive Slot Black
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- Turns car stereos & USB flash drives into your very own MP3 player
- Supports SD / MMC Card, MP3, USB Device
- Read MP3 files,Random / Shuffle play
- Audio Cable,12 Volt Wire-Free Transmission
- LCD displays the volume and ordinal number of English song.
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New from PE a wireless MP3 FM modulator that lets you take your tunes to your vehicle. This 12V USB device offers 15 FM frequencies, and supports SD/MMC Card, and MP3. All you have to do is insert the 12 volt adaptor end of the player into your vehicles cigarette lighter receptacle or power port, tune your FM radio onto one of the preset frequencies, then use the channel button to set the players broadcast frequency to match the one youve set on your radio. Features include previous track & volume decrease, play/pause, next track & volume increase, and channel button. This device also works with an SD memory card and USB flash memory. The wireless MP3 FM modulator comes complete with audio cable.
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As other reviewers found, it is difficult to make reliable contact with the auto power socket, but I was after much practice able to find a satisfactory mating. I am sure a bumpy road would cause intermittence problems but on the highway or most city streets it would not be a problem. It's a plus that when contact is restored, playback begins where it stopped. It may be that wiping the chrome tip with fine emery paper once in a while could improve the contact; I haven't tested that. This poor contact is the only significant "con" I have to offer for this product.
I tested only with a thumb drive (250MB) and a half-dozen tunes. I plugged in the thumb drive, turned on the FM radio to an unused channel (89.7MHz), and plugged in the player/modulator. Ignoring the contact problems I then set the player to 89.7MHz (it's settable in 0.1MHz steps). I pressed PLAY and music poured forth! I subsequently found that the default modulation level was at max (21 of 21): a good default. As expected, setting lower modulation levels eventually (<12) leads to a poor signal-to-noise ratio. I did notice that even with the volume set to 0, the RF input to the radio was maintained at full strength and the channel remained completely quiet (compared to a large amount of hiss and static when the modulator was not set to that frequency); thus I conclude that the "volume" function is exactly what it should be: it controls the level of modulation while the FM signal remains at full strength; "volume" changes the audio level, not the RF level. The music may or may not have been full fidelity; I cannot measure it. But it was certainly close to typical FM quality, with no extraneous hiss, whistles, or static, even with the engine running. It sounded very clean if not awesome.
The keypad of the modulator itself features keys with snap action feedback and a nice feel; I found no problems with this keypad; it worked reliably every time I tried it. The keypad of the remote has no snap feedback so you must observe operation to know whether you have pressed a button or not; otherwise the remote also worked as expected (after I removed the plastic shim that disconnects the battery until you buy the unit and remove the shim; nice.). The LCD shows "ERROR" when you select a number beyond the number of songs on the thumb drive. The infra-red sensor of the modulator is located on the face of the unit, between the LCD and the keypad. So long as you point the remote at that point, the range is quite adequate--beyond 5 feet on my unit.
As an electronics engineer (but new to MP3), I am astounded at the quality and features I got in a product that was assembled on the other side of the Earth and then sold to me for a mere $13!
I wanted to take a trip with my Viper but didn't want the hassle of buying a new stereo, or trying to rig something up. So when I saw this on Amazon, I figured the price was worth experimenting.
All I can say is WOW - for the price, this little bugger can't be beat.
I have an 8G "Cruizer" USB card LOADED with music... ...but it wouldn't read. My only thought is that the Cruizer has some weird software built in, and this thing might not like it. But I also have a 4GB SD card that my top-end Jensen head unit (in my other car) WOULDN'T read, and this thing reads it perfectly. So I just copied my songs from the 8GB to the 4GB (I don't have 4 gigs of music anyways) and voila.
Clarity is great, the remote works fine, it's simple but it does the job. I have zero complaints.
Believe me, as a broadcasting major and a picky music fan, this little thing is a good thing to have. And although I have satellite radio, too, I switch back and forth to keep my favorite tunes playing continually!