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Yes and it sounds great in my car
Roderick Sparks
· June 5, 2019
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Sorry, this KM18 COLOR FM Transmitter doesn't support the USB flash drive. The playing sources are only for Bluetooth/ TF Card/ AUX.
YTD Direct
Seller · June 1, 2019
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Hello,
Actually, you don't need Bluetooth in your car. This KM18 Color FM Transmitter will work for you as long as your car has a working car radio and a 12V car cigarette lighter.

YTD Direct
Seller · August 20, 2019
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Hello,
If your phone is paired with the KM18 Color via the Bluetooth, then you should set both of your car radio and the KM18 Color to the same fm station, to listen to the music or make the phone calls.

YTD Direct
Seller · March 4, 2020
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I say yes, since I've tried it in a 2005 Toyota Tundra and a 2002 Honda Accord. The Nuxlaxy Bluetooth FM Transmitter worked like a champ in each vehicle's cigarette lighter receptacle and paired quickly and easily each time it was used. Unused stations in the Honda had a louder buzz than those in the truck, but that … see more I say yes, since I've tried it in a 2005 Toyota Tundra and a 2002 Honda Accord. The Nuxlaxy Bluetooth FM Transmitter worked like a champ in each vehicle's cigarette lighter receptacle and paired quickly and easily each time it was used. Unused stations in the Honda had a louder buzz than those in the truck, but that could have been the radio itself. see less I say yes, since I've tried it in a 2005 Toyota Tundra and a 2002 Honda Accord. The Nuxlaxy Bluetooth FM Transmitter worked like a champ in each vehicle's cigarette lighter receptacle and paired quickly and easily each time it was used. Unused stations in the Honda had a louder buzz than those in the truck, but that could have been the radio itself.
L. Burr
· August 7, 2019
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I think yes.
mario chaparro
· October 10, 2019
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Yes, any audio playing on your phone can be streamed through the car radio, including Spotify. Thanks!
YTD Direct
Seller · February 5, 2020
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I’m not a fan of the handsfree call features.
I usually disconnect to answer bc it’s not the best of connections

Tammie L.
· April 9, 2019
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Im not sure what RDS stands for?
Lindsey Sheehan
· October 2, 2019
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I mean sure. But why listen to the radio if you have this and can play good quality sounding music without static haha, I recommend streaming the radio through your phone or Spotify/pandora.
Chase Carlson
· May 10, 2020