Excerpt: Unlike other FM transmitters I've used in the past this really has no interference from other stations. Only con is that it can turn itself off quite quickly if no music is playing but if you're listening to an album, playlist or mix, that's really not an issue. Being run via the cars lighter outlet means you don't have an issues with batteries running out and it means you can charge your phone too.
Excerpt: My car just has a CD player and radio, so wanted a cheap way to listen to my iPod without fitting a new stereo. This works quite well once set up, and the different settings help get the best result. But it's a bit of a faff for short journeys so I haven't used it as much as I expected.
Good for playing music in the car from various devices including iPhones
11 August 2014
Excerpt: I bought this as I recently upgraded phones and my old converter was for a 4s. This is good as it works on various different phones and devices as the connector is via the ear phone bit. It's great for playing music from iTunes and spotify from my phone and saves having CDs in the car.
Excerpt: Great FM transmitter, the clear scan function is better as unlike another similar Belkin FM transmitter, this will go below 88 MHz (so on first use it chose 87.6 MHz) which means that you a less likely to get interference from radio stations. If you don't use the pro functions the loudness of music etc is very low, but it has 2 functions to boost the sound so you don't need to ramp up your stereo to near max volume, so that's a plus and the sound quality is very clear...
Excerpt: Really impressed with this gadget. I wasn't expecting much from this device as I view them as a last resort. However we'd just acquired a new car with no aux input or mp3 capability (55 plate Golf). As we were also just about to go away, this was the only option. This particular unit has some smarts too. Pressing the retune button automatically finds the best radio station. On the car stereo it's worth programming it in to the radio memory if you have RDS.