Kensington Liquid FM Plus - MP3 Transmitter - £3.61 Delivered (Amazon) - HotUKDeals
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The LiquidFM(TM) Plus lets you play MP3s through your car stereo. It offers any MP3 player-including MP3 phones-a host of features including QuickSeek(TM) and our ClearFM(TM) technology for superior sound. It even charges any USB powered device.

Now you can listen to MP3s through your car stereo. LiquidFM Plusoffers any MP3 player-including MP3 phones-a host of featuresincluding QuickSeek and our ClearFM technology for superior sound.

* Liquid FM plus for MP3
* Play MP3s through your car stereo
* ClearFM(TM) technology delivers superior sound
* QuickSeek(TM) technology finds the clearest station in seconds
* 3.5mm adapter for all MP3 players & 2.5mm adapter for MP3 mobile phone compatibility
* USB Pass-through charges your MP3 player or any USB powered device (cable sold separately)
* 3 station presets for instant tuning
* Tune to any FM station: 88.1 107.9
* ClearFM(TM) technology
* Made for MP3 players including all iPod models
* QuickSeek(TM) technology

Can't go wrong for £3.61!
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#1
Ordered, Thanks:)
#2
Thanks, ordered. Hope it's better than the last one I got!
#3
thanks, ordered one, couldn't resist at this price. heat + rep
#4
just ordered . thanks
#5
Bought one of these on holiday last year for a fiver thinking it was a real bargain. The performance was appalling. Tried frequencies up and down the waveband and all I got was poor sounding music ruined by huge amounts of hiss. I know fm transmitters aren't going to give the best sound reproduction, but in my experience this unit stinks.
#6
SmokeBomb
Bought one of these on holiday last year for a fiver thinking it was a real bargain. The performance was appalling. Tried frequencies up and down the waveband and all I got was poor sounding music ruined by huge amounts of hiss. I know fm transmitters aren't going to give the best sound reproduction, but in my experience this unit stinks.


+1:roll:
#7
Its showing as £5.99 now.

To all those knockers - you get bad sound because almost whatever frequency you tune these into, there is a radio or pirate radio station closeby that interferes. Nothing to do with the unit.
#8
A absolute bargain! I paid about £12 for mine last summer but.......

I found that this thing worked crappy in the city (Leeds) because it was really hard to find a frequency that was free to use. Most frequencies seemed to be taken up by the many, many legit radio stations and the rest were taken up by pirate stations. However, I did notice that when I was out of the city it seemed to worked a lot better, much more frequency options to tune into.
#9
Expired, thanks for the heat & rep guys 'n gals. :)
#10
msharif911
Its showing as £5.99 now.


It's back down to £3.61 :)

EDIT: and now back to £5.99 immediately after I purchased :?
#11
Zzzzeb
It's back down to £3.61 :)


Not anymore.
#12
Ordered at £4.96 delivered.. thats still very good...
#13
Got this with my Cowon O2, it fits nowhere - then why include it ? Have yet to see a good review for these things.
Hope I'm proved wrong for those buying it. The price was ridiculous - £15, although it came free with the O2, and it was overpriced at £0
#14
order for £3.64, 3p more expensive can't complain
#15
Had mine today works fine despite the mixed reviews

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