VicTsing FM Transmitter, Bluetooth FM Transmitter Radio Adapter Car Kit With 5V 2.1A USB Car Charger MP3 Player Support TF Card USB Flash Drive

July 29, 2017 - Comment

VicTsing Bluetooth FM Transmitter: You may need an In-car FM transmitter to stream music from your phone, tablet, MP3, MP4, TF card, even USB flash disk to the car stereo system. Enjoy music on the go.  Play Music in Multi Way With FM signal, it can play music from your Bluetooth-enabled audio devices to car

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You may need an In-car FM transmitter to stream music from your phone, tablet, MP3, MP4, TF , even USB disk to the car stereo system. Enjoy music on the go.

 Play Music in Multi Way

With FM signal, it can play music from your Bluetooth-enabled audio devices to car stereo system. It also play music from TF card, USB flash disk. The aux-in makes it can stream music from MP3, MP4 and other audio devices with 3.5mm port. Easy to switch between TF card, Bluetooth, USB disk mode with “M” button.

 Super Clear Large Screen

The 1.44 inches large screen will show incoming call number, voltage level in car battery, volume, FM frequency and song name if you play music from TF card or USB flash disk.

 Charge Your Devices Easily

With a 5V/ USB charging port, you can charge your phone or other devices in fast speed.

 Easy to Use

Plug it into the cigarette lighter socket, turn your car FM on, find an empty station, and match it to the transmitter. Then you can pair it with your phone for music.

 Specification:

Bluetooth Version: V3.0 + EDR

Working Current: 45mA (Max)

Stand-by Current: 25mA (Max)

Effective Range: 5 meters

Frequency: 87.5MHz – 108.0MHz

 Note:

Please do not play music from two sources simultaneously, or there will be two voices. If you want to change mode to play music, pause the music of the first source, and then play the music of the other source.

 Package Included:

1* FM Transmitter

1* 3.5mm Audio Cable

1* User Manual

 

Warranty:45 days money-back and 12-month, worry-free Guarantee!

Comments

Taylor L. Reis says:

GET IT RIGHT NOW. I can’t believe I suffered listening to skipping CD’s for so long in my aux-less 2007 Honda Accord. I didn’t even realize a bluetooth FM speaker was an option until recently. Upgrade ASAP! This little baby connects to my iPhone as soon as I get in my car and I am notified by Batman’s Alfred telling me so over my car speakers. You can almost never hear the radio static. Not only all of this, but it has an Aux cord port for when you don’t want to go through the hassle of setting up the bluetooth on your friend’s phone. And there are two USB charging ports so you can charge while you roll. And it’s so affordable! Easily my best purchase in a long time.

Brian J Williams says:

One Star Worked great until the plug fell apart after 2 months. Useless now.Edit. The manufacturer saw my one star review due to the plug falling apart. They contacted me a shipped a new one on their dime. It does work well and I give them a lot of credit for standing behind their product and making things right.

R. Burton says:

Great design, great sound. Easy to use. Great little unit. Bluetooth pairing was simple. It came set to transmit to FM 108. My radio goes up to 107.9. Adjusted it easily without using directions. I’m using an iPhone 4S. I don’t have to use the included RCA-RCA jack, but you can use it with anything that has a standard RCA earphone/speaker jack. It plays micro SD cards too (though the directions call them something else). The sound is great. The controls are simple. I did finally read the directions to make sure I knew what all the buttons do. It’s worth a read. The directions didn’t mention this, but when it first powers up, it shows you the charge of your car battery. The USB outputs work well. I can control the volume on my iPhone, my car’s sound system, or the unit itself (by twisting the knob with the phone icon). I can control the play/pause/ff/rwnd on the phone or the unit. Simply pushing the M(ode) key not only switches the source from bluetooth to cable to micro SD, it also shows clearly on the screen what mode…

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