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TeckNet® 3.5mm In Car Universal FM Transmitter
|Price:||£9.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20. Details|
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- Transmits your smartphone and iPod music to your car stereo system
- Clear, high-contrast, easy-to-read display
- Simple to use two-button control
- Extra USB port built-in to charge an extra device while driving. Works with standard 12 - 24 V vehicles
- Compatible with any Smartphone or audio player with a 3.5mm audio socket
TeckNet F27 FM transmitter
Enjoy the music stored on your Smartphone or iPod while you're on the move with the TeckNet F27 FM Universal Transmitter. Great value, easy-to-use and featuring an extra USB port, this handy bit of kit will also charge your device while you drive.
Gone are the days when our glove compartments were bursting with of piles of CDs. Most of us now have a more convenient way of storing our tunes, but it's still nice to hear them through our car's stereo system. This compact transmitter allows you to do just that by using FM radio waves to send your favourite music from your mobile device to a nearby FM radio. Simply plug into the earphone socket then tune your FM radio to a clear frequency and enjoy your digital music collection wirelessly in rich, high quality sound.
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 TeckNet F27 doesn't require you to make any permanent connections in your car, it's easy to swap between vehicles. This makes the F27 a great choice for when you want to enjoy your digital music player in a leased or friend's automobile.
Grooves on the Go
Listen to your music collection in your smartphone or MP3 player through your car's stereo system to enjoy your favourite tunes on the go
Handy additional USB port means you can charge another device while you're driving, while the generous cable length allows back-seat passengers to select their music choice (if you let them!)
Nice and Easy
Using the transmitter couldn't be easier with a simple two-button operation and large LED channel display
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You just plug it into your 12V socket in your car (cigarette lighter), when you start the car the unit will turn on giving you an FM frequency which you can change up and down using the '+' and '-' buttons next to the display.
Once you've set it to an empty frequency (check by tuning your stereo to a FM frequency that just creates static noise), tune your stereo to the same frequency and then plug in your phone, MP3 player or other device which has a AUX/Headphone port.
When you play the music or answer a phone call all the audio will come through the Stereo instead of the unit. Keep in mind that if using this to answer calls you will need to use your phone to answer + end calls and to talk into so make sure it's in a position close to you like a mount.
Audio quality on both phone call and music were fine, I also had no problems with other radio stations interfering with my signal.
I kept the radio station saved on my stereo so playing music when I got into my car took a matter of seconds, although I recommend turning your stereo off before turning off your ignition otherwise you get a horrible hissing noise for a second as the FM Transmitter has turned off but the Stereo is still powering down. This might not happen with other cars, but it did in mine because the stereo was very basic.
This device worked as a great bridge device until I was able to afford a new stereo for my car. It actually made me think twice about buying a new stereo as this does the job just fine. I will probably be passing this onto my girlfriend when she gets her car and I doubt I will need to teach her how to use it because it's just that simple!
Six weeks later, and used on all but the shortest journeys, it's still doing fine. OK, sometimes you get some static, sometimes it's better to alter the frequency as you change areas but if you program a few "preferred" frequencies into your radio, retuning the device is trivial. The 88.1-107.9 frequency range is slightly less than my radio does (87.5-108.0) so you can't do the two ends of the range in one touch on each device and you have to beware that when you switch your ignition off some station doesn't then come on at loud volume (not good at 2am) but these are minor points.
You'll have to come back in a couple of years for me to say that its still working but on the assumption it lasts a few years, I couldn't be happier
Bought it solely due to huge amount of positive feedback and totally ignored the negativity, but what majority negative feedback have mentioned, faced exactly the same problem.
There is a constant noise coming via speaker when you are using USB charging port, and when you are not, even than there is a noise, the only way I was able to get rid of to move the channel selector bit away from car body, which is very difficult to manage, it means it has to hang in the air. I would rather burn the mp3 cd rather using this rubbish product.
This however feels robust and well made, and has the added benefit of having a USB port built in so that you can charge/keep your device turned on while you drive, saving you from frustratingly having your music cut off suddenly. The fact it can plug into your vehicle's power source also means the player itself won't run out of batteries or charge unlike a number of other FM Transmitters available.
Another advantage over other, cheaper players I've found is that I haven't noticed any 'fuzz.' With certain songs or on many frequencies, the others I'd used would briefly cut out, or you'd hear a bit of static/white noise, or interference from a radio station. Setting it on an empty channel, you hear no interference with this transmitter and the sound quality is unaffected.
I'd highly recommend the TeckNet FM Transmitter, over buying (many, inevitably) cheap transmitters.
And for that price,you can't go wrong.
I love it. And I don't give away love that easy!
Although it connects to the radio ok, the broadcast quality is not anywhere near as good as the radio. This requires lots of 'fiddling' with the volume and ignoring the background 'white noise'. When moving from the FM transmitter back to radio make sure you turn it down first!!
Owing to the nature of the device it is not good when driving over a distance. An available FM signal in my home area was not available in another area and was therefore subject to continued interference as both the radio station and device competed for the signal. Driving over a distance therefore requires constant retuning to an available frequency. It only appears useful for local area use.
I don't use it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This works really well, better than others that I have tried. You have to be careful not to have the digital control thing (halfway down the cord) located too close to your iPod... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Lou
I used it for two years and then it stopped working. I would say it's pretty good for so little money. I would probably buy another one soonPublished 3 days ago by Sebastian Halicki
The power plug was too large for my car (2003 KA), though with some applicaiton of force, I managed to get it to fit. Read morePublished 6 days ago by TN-D
Second one I brought. 1st one later a couple of years. But this one broke within a month.Published 8 days ago by Dette Hylton
This little device is brilliant. I connect it to my iPod and can play the music through my car speakers - my car just has the factory-fitted radio which doesn't have an aux-in... Read morePublished 10 days ago by A.D.II
I am cautious about criticising this too much because it was cheap and I believe you get what you pay for. Read morePublished 10 days ago by CO11145