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Cellular Innovations

Cellular Innovations Tune Free FM Transmitter for MP3 Players

3.3
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Description

  • Compatible with all iPod models
  • Plays music from any portable fm-equipped Audio device
  • Wirelessly transmits Audio on FM frequencies
  • Tune-free transmitter plugs into Audio device
  • Users can set the transmitter & a stereo to the same FM frequency (88.1Mhz-107.9MHz)
  • Works with all ipods , plays music from any portable fm-equipped audio device, wirelessly transmits audio on fm frequencies,
  • Tune-free transmitter plugs into audio device, set the transmitter & a stereo to the same fm frequency
  • 9.84-FT Operating range, up to 15 hours of operating time, standby time: 45 days, requires 2 aa batteries, 1-year war

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Customer Reviews

Difficult Setup But works OK I bought this to listen to books on trips. I found that while the sound quality was good, the set up was not easy. The description sounds pretty simple: "set the transmitter & a stereo to the same fm frequency". Problem is there are only 5 or 6 frequencies that it works on. Also, they don't tell you is that in order to set the frequency, you have 3 LITTLE switches on the side. You need the little paper "manual" to tell you which switch goes where (up/down) to set it to a specific radio station. Of the frequency choices, there was only 1 that didn't have a station on it. Then as I traveled, I would lose that frequency and have to stop and reprogram the unit.Listening to spoken word the sound is good, I have not used it for music so can't say how the sound quality is.Would I buy it again? Probably not, just because of the hassle of programming it. Was it worth what I paid? I don't think so. 2Static Now, I gave this product the rating above just because the one I'm currently using is driving me insane. I had the exact same thing before and it worked really well and I'm very picky when it comes to sound quality. That one eventually broke due to the fact the wire snapped so I was forced to get another. For some reason, this newer one, is just terrible. It will work for maybe a minute or half way through a song and then it fades and goes straight into static. Now I have tried every frequency and option available, even forcing a penny to serve as a faux antenna. I am beginning to lose my patience with it.TL;DR: I liked the first one I had now the new one sucks. 1Simple and to the point - and works great I was hesitant to buy it, but I'm pleasently surprised !Pros:- Transmitted Music from my laptop to my home theatre system, which is about 5 meters away. When I hit pause on my music, I hear absolute silence .. it's amazing ! No hiss.- Great transmitter basically, I'm keeping it although it has it's draw backs.Cons:- Packaging feels kind of cheap.- No digital controls or display, frequency is selected using a a set of switches according to the combination.- No fancy electronics in there to condition the audio input. You have to pick a good volume for the audio you send to it: if it's too loud, it will saturate and beats start to sound bad, and if it's too low you will have to turn your radio receiver up, and you start to pick up hiss from FM.I still love it. 4I like this product I like this product. It is likely the best radio transmitter I have found. There are periods of intermittent interference but with all the radio waves and cell phone towers and stuff that is to be expected. I use a blue tootoh dongle with it and my phone so there is going to be some. Overll I am satisfied with this other than the fact I have had to replace 3-4 times now because the cord coming out of it continues to break. 3Broken After 2 Months I've been wanting a good, well-priced FM tuner for my car for a while. Sick of CDs, nothing good on the radio, plus my normal day consists of 1.5 hours of driving. I did a fair amount of research before choosing this product as I didn't want to be fumbling with a gadget too much in the car. Unfortunately, despite my due diligence, that's what ended up happening.I'll begin with the item's functionality. If you've ever seen a digital FM tuner, you can manipulate the easy-to-read station numbers using two large arrow buttons. Unfortunately, this tuner is NOT digital, which wasn't a huge deal, but you can barely see the directions on the outside in order to operate it quickly and safely. One side of the box has a white peg w/ two options: 87.7-88.9M or 106.7-107.9M. Once you choose which set of stations you will be using, you have to turn the box over to the opposite side. There are 3 additional white pegs and a long silver sticker with TINY directions. The silver sticker has all stations broken out into different 3-peg-combinations. You then have to tune your radio to a station, locate that station number on the silver sticker and match the 3 pegs accordingly. I'm sure you can see how this process would be inconvenient (and dangerous) when trying to find a "good" station while driving down the road. Unfortunately, I would have decided against this particular product on this sole fact, but I saw nothing about the way the tuner operated in the product description or comments. Might have even been worth it if the sound quality was superb, but it was subpar at BEST. Very static-y and muffled. So there ya go...if you're the same as me, stop reading and don't buy this product. If you're still not convinced, feel free to continue.Aside from the inconvenient operation, the cord that extends from the top of the tuner box to your personal device is literally only 6" long. In my case, I was playing music through the headphone jack on my phone. If I needed to pick my phone up for any reason, I had this little box dangling next to my hand. I actually got used to it for a while until I noticed that the plastic at the headphone jack was tearing slightly from the pressure. Per the suggestions of many commenters, I almost bought an extension cord to eliminate the problem from the begining, but I'm glad I didn't waste the extra money.After I learned to work around these small annoyances, something major happened--the power button began to malfunction. The bright blue light that indicates whether the device is on/off would remain on after pushing the power button several times. I worked around this by gently smacking the side of the box on something hard a few times until the light would turn off. Not ideal, but it worked for a while.The following should come as no surprise. The batteries died a second time (after about 2 months of use), and when I got around to raplacing them the next day, the tuner was completely unresponsive. The power button wasn't clicking down into the "on" position anymore and there was no trace of the blue light even when I held the button down.My opinion: DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. Spend the extra $$ and get something digital, preferably with an AC adapter or wall plug. I know that many people researching this product intend to use it in their vehicle, so please BE SAFE. 1I love this lil thing I love this lil thing. Awesome for the price, it serves it's purpose! Some of the components inside seem a little loose/sensitive, causing static, but a quick tap sets it right. It works very well, otherwise, my only complaint is the batteries (AAA) it goes through from so much use! 4Overall it's pretty good. This is my third one. Yes you will hear stadia at time you just have to play around with the channels. Overall it's pretty good. 4I'm impressed! I thought I would get more static than I actually got using this device. I followed the instructions and selected the station that had no signal from a radio station. I turned my ipod volume up and the music flowed through the stereo speakers. For added volume, just turn up your stereo system. Your neighbors will hate you but at least you don't have to listen to their barky dogs. Amazing device! I have it connected to my laptop and it's playing my iTune songs. I love this thing! 5Great cheap fm transmitter. I have tried several overpriced rf transmitters in my RX8. They all produce interference due to being plugged into an outlet to power them. Those that could be disconnected drained my device. They are all too weak to work properly and in the presence of any kind of background as seen when tuned to a frequency near a strong signal they are easily overpowered and useless. This unit works well due to having AAA battery power and not being plugged into an outlet. You lose a little volume but they all did this. For the money this works great. And guess what you can take it inside and use it with your old fashioned radio which you cannot do with dedicated auto transmitters. Fot the price point this was a great deal. 5Not worth it This product is not that great. It's causes a lot of static and sometimes the static noise is so loud and overpowering I have to just turn it off. Also the short cord is quite annoying especially when I'm trying to hold my phone and change the song or something, it just dangles and makes me feel like it's going to fall off. Sometimes if you hold it at the right position the static noise goes off and the sound is clear, but the minute you make a turn and the device shifts the static comes back. Would. I would not recommend this. 1
Cellular Innovations Tune Free FM Transmitter for MP3 Players

Cellular Innovations Tune Free FM Transmitter for MP3 Players

3.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€30,00
Sale price
€30,00
Regular price
€48,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 38% (€18,00)