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NOKIA CA-300 FM Transmittor

by Nokia

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  • Nokia CA-300 wireless FM transmitter
  • N95 6100 6300
£1.11 Only 5 left in stock. Dispatched from and sold by AARYAN TRENDS.

Product details

  • Item Weight: 191 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 200 g
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  • Item model number: CA-300
  • ASIN: B000UVRN7C
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 Oct. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

Hear your favorite MP3s and music from your compatible Nokia or other device on your car's FM radio. The transmitter connects to your compatible device through the A/V jack socket, and plugs into your car's cigarette lighter - charging your connected device's battery while wirelessly transmitting music. Compatibility: with most MP3 players, portable CD players, and mobile devices with 2.5 mm or 3.5 mm audio plug.

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  • FM Transmitter

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    Customer Reviews

    3.2 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David Mccarthy on 7 Jun. 2008
    I have tried using this with a N95-2 8Gig.
    1st I tried it in my 5 series, to which I have a factory fitted Business class sound system. I intitally struggled to get a vacant wavelength, but when I did I had a lot of background interference. I put this down to the fact that there are a lot of electronics in a Bimmer. So I tried it in my partner's Kia Rio which has a Sony Xplod installed. Exactly the same thing. Background interference.
    I wouldn't recommend this product.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nobilius on 9 July 2009
    It's good, but the transmitter isn't the most powerful, so if your car is heavily shielded to avoid interference, you wont get the best signal unless you move it near to the aerial.
    Not possible to automatically pick a free station is another downside, but besides that, i can live with it :)
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Farrance on 14 May 2009
    Very easy to set up and works very well, however, you need to find a VERY clear channel otherwise the reception is not so good.
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    By K. Walker on 10 Jan. 2012
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    Had high hopes for this item what with it being from Nokia - a manufacturer that I have always rated quite highly in the past. Unfortunately it's rubbish!... No matter what frequencies I choose or where I place the transmitter in the car, I get very poor sound quality. There's a bit of background hiss which I expected and doesn't bother me, but the volume is continually going up and down throughout tracks, and other continual random interference. The best sound quality I can get is if I wedge my phone (the cable just stretches) into the gap between the front passenger seat and the head-rest, so I can't change tracks or use it with a passenger in the car! Currently debating whether to expend the energy jumping on it to smash it before I throw it in the bin.
    UPDATE: It was probably my shortest lived purchase ever, and 14 hours after delivery, I launched it out the car window in sheer frustration. Don't waste your money!
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    It works fine with both my Nokia mobile and my MP3 player (both charging and playback). Only has 2 presets but it's easy to switch between them if there is interference. Works better if you keep the volume low on the device and turn it up on the car stereo.

    No doubt if you pay more money you can get something much better but for the money i think it's good value
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    By Rocket on 6 Jan. 2010
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    If your car has not got a socket for your MP3 player and you have a Nokia compatable phone then this is for you.This is a very neat solution. The complete bonus is that it charges your phone as you play. I have the first and last FM stations in the memory and find that I rarely have to move station even on long journeys.
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