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Belkin In Car Tunecast 6 Universal FM Transmitter - Black

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Universal AUX Connection
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  • Transmits your iPhone and iPod music through your car stereo system
  • Charges your device while driving
  • Featurs a high-contrast, easy-to-read display
  • Includes PRO setting for optimised audio and volume boost
  • ClearScan one-push station locator
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Style Name: Universal AUX Connection
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 15 x 5 cm ; 209 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 200 g
  • Item model number: F8Z439ea
  • ASIN: B002S8AFE8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 18 Feb. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (585 customer reviews)
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Belkin In Car Tunecast 6 Universal FM Transmitter - Black.

Manufacturer's Description

Belkin's TuneCast Auto Universal with ClearScan makes it easy to enjoy your iPod, iPhone, or other digital music player in your car. This handy gadget connects your portable music player to your car's FM stereo so you can continue enjoying your music while on the go. And while you're grooving to your favorite tunes, the TuneCast will charge your music player for hours of uninterrupted listening.

ClearScan Easily Finds a Clear Station for Optimal Sound
The TuneCast's unique ClearScanfeature makes it a snap to find the clearest station available through your car's FM tuner. Just press the ClearScan button and adjust the stereo to the resulting station.

With this device, you can save stations you know work well and quickly tune into them with the programmable buttons. The station you're using at any given time will be easily readable on the TuneCast's high-contrast backlit display.

Charge Your Device and Enjoy Uninterrupted Music
The TuneCast features an integrated USB port that lets you charge almost any digital music player, so you can keep your tunes playing without interruption on even the longest road trip. The charger attaches to your compatible music player and draws power from your automobile's 12-volt lighter outlet.

Move Your Music From Car to Car
Take your favorite music along with you, even when you aren't in your own automobile. Since the TuneCast doesn't require you to make any permanent connections in your car, it's easy to swap between vehicles. This makes the TuneCast a great choice for when you want to enjoy your digital music player in a leased or friend's automobile.

Improve the Sound of Your MusicFill out your music's high notes and bass for a rich sound with the TuneCast's built-in PRO setting. This feature even boosts the volume of your digital music to better match the output of your car stereo, so your music will sound the way it's meant to.

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I bought this to replace my old Tunecast II & it works & sounds so much better. I'm really pleased with this.
I have found that it easily finds spare spaces on the radio when I need to use the function, which isn't very often & I mostly leave it tuned at about 107.6
It has a channel ident that nicely displays "Tunecast" on your radio so if you do have to re-tune you can easily find what you are looking for.
I also like the function that allows you to switch between mono & 3 audio levels & find that it provides plenty of volume from the MP3 to the radio. I'm a Metalhead & live life loud so anything quiet just won't do. It also has 2 preset buttons to set your most used frequencies & switches off automatically after 2 Min's when no signal is coming from your MP3 player. It also has a handy USB socket on the plug to re-charge your player.
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This product is excellent, I had recently passed my test when i bought this and was using a 2001 Ford Fiesta which had a CD player but no MP3/Jack/USB option. I have been using this now for 7 months and wouldn't without it. You simply plug one end into your 12v power socket in the car (cigarette lighter) and the other to your phone/mp3 player/tablet etc, then turn your car audio to radio and set the frequency to what is displayed on the belkin device. It's simple and very effective.
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Whilst an increasing number of cars are now featuring car audio systems that include one form of iPod or mp3 connectivity or another, neither of our cars currently have this. My wife has an iPhone 4 and she has the next model up in the Belkin range which has a dedicated Apple connector. This allows the phone to charge (via the cigarette socket) and also allows the phone to download radio information about the area you are in to aid finding unused airspace and also allows the phone to control some aspects of the radio. The Belkin works really well. In fact, it works so well, I decided to buy something similar for my car. I have my music on an iPad Nano, so don't have the ability to download or connect in the same way as an iPhone. When I checked out the range, I decided on this model. It doesn't have the Apple connector and so doesn't charge out of the box and connects to the iPod via the headphone socket. It is still powered and needs to plug into the cig lighter socket. The benefit here is that this connector has a USB slot built in, so if I am on an extended journey, I can use my ordinary iPod Apple charger cable with it. However, the iPod lasts for days and so is hasn't presented a problem. At the end of the day, this model still does the same job of getting the music from the music player out over the radio. It does it equally well. In essence, it finds an empty bit of the airwaves and transmits the music from your music player on this frequency. You simply tune the car radio to the same frequency and there you have it. Both have a number of settings that may make a difference in some circumstances. You can set it to mono, or you can boost the Bass etc. In summary, both these models work really well and I would recommend them both.
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I bought this product as it was the top choice in Which? Magazine (Oct 2010 issue), however I'm not sure of the test conditions it was put under as I found it very poor.

As others have noted in their reviews, I suspect that a lot of issues had to do with the plethora of pirate radio stations in and around London interfering with the signal & causing the device to suddenly stop working.
I would continually have to unplug & replug it back into the cigarette socket in order to get it to work again - up to 4 or 5 times every hour or so. I ordered a replacement & obtained the same results.

When it WAS working I found the sound wasn't great, especially high frequencies which tended to sound distorted, this despite Which? stating that the sound quality for this item was 'very good'!
The volume levels were also rather low which with quieter music (e.g.: classical) made it very difficult to hear, however this is probably down to the iPhone playing out at a set volume when connected to an audio system via thunderbolt - the standard jack version might have produced louder results.

Overall, I could probably live with the product if it didn't keep cutting out, but as it stands I can't really recommend it.
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Tested with my HTC M8. Not sure if it's my car or the transmitter, but there was a lot of hiss/noise on the transmission when charging my phone. Ranged from a barely audible hiss to full-blown static. Thought I was going to have to send it back, until I set it to "Pro" mode. This transmits only mono audio, and for whatever reason the audio is 10x clearer. Pro mode, with the 2 saved frequencies I've found work best on my commute, gives the best quality.

As others have mentioned, the auto-tune feature doesn't seem very good. If you're having difficulties on a certain frequency then bumping it up a few 100 kHz is certainly easier than waiting 30 seconds for the tunecast to find its own frequency, then re-tuning your radio...

Another odd feature is that the tunecast turns itself off after a period of inactivity from your phone. This is annoying as you're then confronted with horrible static, and it takes a few seconds to turn back on when the your media player starts again. It would be better if it stayed on... It hasn't happened to me yet, though I wonder how it would work with phone GPS on the motorway (when the next notification is 25mi away...).
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