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Sony Ericsson MMR-70 FM Music Transmitter


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  • Sony Ericsson MMR-70 Data Cable
  • Transmits music wirelessly to any FM radio within ten metres

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Sony Ericsson MMR-70 FM Music Transmitter + Sony Ericsson MS-410 Portable Speakers + Sony Ericsson Ccr-70 Card Reader
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  • Product Dimensions: 3.4 x 4.3 x 1.1 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
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  • Item model number: DPY901634
  • ASIN: B000UTMOF0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 Oct 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Sony Ericsson MMR-70

Product Description

Why make do with listening to what the DJ plays when listening to the radio? With the MMR-70 you can play the music stored on your phone through your radio speakers. Set heads turning and lights flashing by transmitting your music in FM stereo. Perfect for a car stereo or at a party and small enough to go anywhere. The more music you save on your phone, the more you want to share it. Simply plug in the MMR-70 and tune in any FM radio to your personal radio station. The Player transmits the tracks over radio waves to your FM radio, with no need for wires or any other connection. You simply plug the MMR-70 into your phone, choose an available radio frequency and off you go - uninterrupted music of your choice with no adverts or DJ chat. The MMR-70 works at a range of up to 10 metres (between the phone and the FM Radio), it remembers the last frequency used for easy reconnection and is light and small enough to tuck neatly into your pocket or the glove compartment of your car.

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By S. Stannard on 12 Nov 2007
Maybe this was just me, but initially reception on the car radio was truly awful - worse than using the phone speakers. I was about to throw the thing away but whilst twiddling with the settings I switched off the glowy light effect thingy. The result was a major improvement. It's now definitely useable, although not the crystal clear sound I was expecting (still a little radio mush at volume) - maybe my expectations are too high for these FM devices.

Just mention this in case anyone else encounters the same problem.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By G. J. Robinson on 5 Feb 2008
After reading some of the negative reviews I was reluctant to buy this transmitter, but still decided to give it a go. I have to say I'm quite impressed. It's very easy to use: Once plugged into your phone select a frequency away from radio stations (such as 108.0 fm) then tune your radio to the same frequency, and you can listen to whatever your phone is playing.

I'll admit it's not CD clarity, I use this in the car, and you need to crank up the volume, at this high volume you do pick up a small amount of hiss, but nothing worse than an old audio cassette. I have the phone/transmitter placed just 12" from the car stereo head unit, and it plays fine. I've also taken it in a friend's car, and it worked fine for him too.

All in all I'm happy with this product, and would recommend it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 7 Jan 2009
I was a bit sceptical about how well this would work, but I'm really chuffed with it. It's easy to use right out of the box. Once you've found an empty frequency (easier said than done, I've settled on 87.7) it produces a suprisingly good signal. As with another correspondent I found that after I'd switched the light off it gave a much better signal. On a 45 minute car journey last night (town & country) the signal dropped out once, strangely enough in a place where "normal" radio also goes. One of the comments I've read about this is thhat you have to turn the radio volume up a bit to hear it, you don't, just turn the volume up on the phone! The blurb also says that it only works on certain phones. I use it with my W810i (not on the list) and it has no problems at all.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. L. Broadhurst on 26 Jun 2008
I read the other reviews on here before I bought the MMR-70 transmitter so was not expecting an awful lot but then £15 worth of technology is never going to compete on the same level as full stereo system!

What you've got to bare in mind is that the device works on radio frequency, so if you've got it set on a weak station, the sound quality is going to be very poor.

It takes a lot of fiddling but once you find a good station, the sound quality is surprisingly good. Even with the volume wacked up I couldn't hear any 'hiss'.

If you live in the Midlands, set the transmitter to FM2 99.9 I've stuck with that frequency and have had perfect sound quality from Bristol to Birmingham, Nottingham and London.

I bought the transmitter so that I wouldn't have to lug so much stuff around with me in the car like an iPod; it's hassle free, compact and pretty robust. I've had mine for about 9 months and it hasn't let me down once. For £15, you can't go wrong, well worth a buy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Fergus Hadley on 23 Oct 2008
The signal strength on this thing is AWFUL. In my car (Vauxhall Zafira), I couldn't get any reception at all. It was a little better in my wife's (Toyota Yaris) but still only audible when the engine noise was low. On the motorway I couldn't hear a thing. Even at home, I could only get reception from my hifi when the phone was virtually touching the aerial.

Have had a Griffin transmitter for an iPod before and it worked MUCH better than this in exactly the same environments.

Would recommend getting a converter to allow your phone to output through a normal stereo jack and a third party transmitter rather than buying this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Passenger on 23 Jan 2008
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Initially I tried this with a portable FM Radio and was very disappointed. The range and signal strength is very poor, it's supposed to be 10m, but if you move it more than 1m away from the radio the signal breaks up. Next I tried it in the car, which was better. However, due to the weak signal transmitted by the MMR-70 you do need to find a very quiet frequency on your radio. Also you need to have your phone turned up to Max, I even pumped the levels on the phones EQ to get more output. For some reason the track info option is greyed out on my K800i and doesn't transmit to RDS, but the caller info works ok. In conclusion this does work but the signal strength needs to be improved.
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