Play FMT-1 iPod / MP3 Micro FM Transmitter (White) - £9.99 - HotUKDeals
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iPod/mp3 player FM transmitter was £24.99 now £9.99 delivered.

Seems a good deal deal for anyone wanting a cheap iTrip alternative.

Full-frequency FM transmitter - allows playback of iPod, MP3 player, CD player or other device having a standard 3.5mm stereo headphone socket via any FM radio.

Specifications



* Transmits on any frequency between 87.5 and 108.0 MHz to avoid interference
* Large LCD display with blue backlight
* PLL technology ensures stable drift-free reception
* Three memory presets for most-used frequencies
* Automatically stores last used frequency to avoid retuning
* Temperature display
* Time display
* Built-in mini torch
* Powered by 2 x AAA batteries or supplied car adaptor
* Range: >15m
* Current: 38mA
* Voltage: 3v DC
* Effective radiated power: 50nW
* Channel separation: 65dB
* Frequency response: 20Hz - 20kHz
* Output frequency: 87.5 - 108.0 MHz
* Dimensions: 76 x 44 x 25mm
* Weight (exc. batteries): 55g
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#1
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#2
Could the cold voters explain what is wrong with this? I was thinking about buying but if people know there is something bad about it could they explain?
Thanks.
#3
I've got one and set it up with the help of someone on these forums; it's not particularly intuitive (in my view - there were no instructions) but it is pretty good at what it does. When I bought it, it was a tenner from Play.com. I'm voting it as a good deal.
#4
TC!
Could the cold voters explain what is wrong with this? I was thinking about buying but if people know there is something bad about it could they explain?
Thanks.

Before you buy something you should do your own research. Don't let the votes on here affect your decision.
There are a few posters on here who just like to vote cold for no reason. You get this kind of 'person' everywhere you go in life.
I'll warm it up a bit if that will help. :whistling:
#5
I got one of these the last time it was posted on here and have no complaints.

"Does exactly what it says on the tin."
#6
Hi Guys,

Whats the sound quality like on these?

I was thinking of getting the belkin one, but have been put off by general reviews of FM transmitters.

Thanks
#7
probebly as good as the stero you are broadcasting to!
#8
I got one of these last time it featured on here. Works very well out in the sticks but struggles round London where it seems there is a station on every frequency. Also works better with some players than others. Panasonic MP3 player not good but works fine with Aiwa CD and Creative MP3. Pleased with it for the money - quality better than I'd been led to expect. I bought it as a toe in the water and having discovered they are capable of working will research a better one thoroughly. My daughter then wins the Play one!:)

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