Belkin TuneCast II Mobile FM Transmitter £5.80 @ Zavvi using Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Belkin Universal FM Transmitter for iPods / MP3 players to car radio etc

Cheapest price I could find including Ebay

Usually around £20

Don't know how long it will last
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remember when these were £30+ when first released, admittedly you can find them cheaper but are normally always unbranded.

cant understand why cold.....perhaps someone could enlighten me
Bought one of these a few weeks ago for £4.99 from TheHut - still 2p cheaper from there too
ive given some heat!!

ive been meaning to buy a new one
Cheaper elsewhere ^^^^^^^^^^^
Cheaper elsewhere ^^^^^^^^^^^

only by 2p
FYI You can use Quidco at Zavvi which SHOULD save you the 2p making it cheaper still...

Updated the info - with quidco it is about £5.80
Quidco works at TheHut too making it £5.75 there (3% off electronics at The Hut)
Bought one of these a few weeks ago for £4.99 from TheHut - still 2p cheaper from there too

any good?
Damn lol - couldn't find TheHut on Quidco

Nevermind then.
any good?

Yes, I am quite pleased with it - especially for the stupidly low price of a fiver. The bass reproduction is predictably poor with low bass becoming more of a muffled rasp however I was expecting this from an FM transmitter so this didn't bother me. I use it with my iPhone 3G and find the sound is pretty good if you set the iPod EQ to "small speakers".

It comes with an adapter to charge and run it from your fag lighter but it can also be powered by 2xAAA batteries which is handy as it means less wires. I found the lowest setting available - 88.1 gave the best results - didn't have to retune during an 80 mile drive.
Cheap, but for a reason, I found these very poor when used with the 12v power supply although quality improves a little when used with the batteries instead
I find no quality difference whatsoever when switching between 12v and battery, only that battery gives you more freedom of where the transmitter is placed which can improve reception.

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