Belkin TuneCast II Mobile FM Transmitter only £4.50 (Using Voucher Code) + Free Delivery @ The Hut - HotUKDeals
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Now you can use your iPod, PDA, MP3, CD, cassette player, PC, or laptop to listen to your favorite tunes through any FM stereo receiver. The Belkin TuneCast II Mobile FM Transmitter wirelessly connects portable music players to your car or home stereo quickly and easily using FM radio waves. Just plug the TuneCast II into the headphone jack of your iPod, PDA,MP3, CD, or cassette player; or connect it to your PC or laptop computer. Tune your car stereo or receiver to any clear FM frequency, and enjoy your iPod music experience with more sound and fewer wires.
We add a great convenience feature with our unique Auto ON/OFF function. It frees you from having to manually toggle your TuneCast II''s ON/OFF switch by simply powering on when an audio signal is detected. If no signal is detected for a period of 60 seconds, your TuneCast II switches off. This innovation preserves battery life while making your outstanding mobile audio experience simpler to enjoy.
TuneCast II also features 4 programable memory slots allowing you to save the clearest station wherever you go.
TuneCast II includes a Belkin Mobile Power Cord that connects to your car's cigarette lighter so you can preserve your batteries as you play your tunes on the road (will not charge the TuneCast II).
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#1
I have one of these and it work great in one of my cars, I can't work out why it is poor in the other. A word of advice: It uses batteries like there is no tomorrow (two Duracells last around 6 hours) - use the cigarette lighter cord instead.
#2
I have one of these, and for some reason it has never worked in my car, I've no idea why.
#3
Good price. I paid about £20 about 18 months ago.

Have used it about twice though. Not bad for local trips but when you travel some distance you have to keep changing the frequency...you might need to this every 5-10 miles...just not useful I'm afraid.
#4
dawnmack
I have one of these, and for some reason it has never worked in my car, I've no idea why.


Got a French car? I read something at the time that said they don't work in Peugeots (or was it Citroen?). Something about the car body....might have this completely wrong...
#5
ive got a cheap 1 from netto, dare say they're all the same,
would never work in my renault when i was driving,fine if i was stood though.
still good for plugging into the telly and listening to in the garden
#6
i have to agree on the battery front. 4-5 hours does the battery's. also i found the audio quality was not as good as my itrip.
#7
I have one and it works fine.....even in my Citroen van, for a fiver it's worth a punt but like Predikuesi says use the cigarette lighter cord to power it.

heat added!
#8
I too have had this specific model since it became legal in the UK around end of 2006. It works very well in my motor and no need to change frequency ever in NI...
#9
Hot price!
banned#10
These are great, my friend had one and its really good sound quality for a FM transmitter. But you do need to use the cigarette cord.
#11
I use one like this - eb*y 320388678401 takes usb sticks or sd cards, works a treat.
#12
i found that the power cable always comes loose on the bottom, but it worked pretty well, hot price, but flakey power connector
#13
Predikuesi
I have one of these and it work great in one of my cars, I can't work out why it is poor in the other. A word of advice: It uses batteries like there is no tomorrow (two Duracells last around 6 hours) - use the cigarette lighter cord instead.


Until, like me, you then realise you have nowhere to plug in the SatNav! Good price for one of these though, so hot.
#14
or you could buy the audio cable for about a £1.50 from amazon .negates batteries and re-tuning
#15
bowieboy123
or you could buy the audio cable for about a £1.50 from amazon .negates batteries and re-tuning


As long as your car stereo has a 3.5mm input socket you could - otherwise you'll need to get a dedicated adapter that works off the AUX connection on the back of your car stereo (if it has one) or settle for one of these.
#16
Have one of these, I drive a golf and have to say the quality is poor. Don't be expecting anything too special. But I suppose it's only a fiver.
#17
Excellent!
Bought one in TKMaxx for £4.99 and works with my iPod Touch 2nd gen., tested it with my Stereo and works well, haven't tested it in the car yet but will report back. BIg thing is that it is compatible with newer iPods, thought this was likely to be the case as it uses the headphone socket so not a lot could go wrong!

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