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RS - 1010BT Car Bluetooth Hands-Free Stereo MP3/Radio Player - £16.35 @ Gearbest EU Warehouse

£16.35 @ GearBest
Nothing fancy but very cheap and shipping from EU warehouse. Call Music Wireless Play FM Radio Support AUX USB SD Card Input Main Features: RS - 1010BT car Bluetooth stereo MP3 player Bluetoot… Read More
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Nothing fancy but very cheap and shipping from EU warehouse.

Call Music Wireless Play FM Radio Support AUX USB SD Card Input

Main Features:
RS - 1010BT car Bluetooth stereo MP3 player
Bluetooth hands-free calls, Bluetooth wireless music playing
Caller ID display
Support MP3 / WMA format audio
Front AUX input and support USB, SD card (max. 32GB) music play
With remote controller
PLL stereo radio
Power-off memory function and multi EQ function
High power 45W x 4 output
FM1 / FM2 / FM3 total 3 band, can preset 18 radio station
Voltage: DC 12V
Bluetooth version: 2.0
Bluetooth distance: 10m
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2 Likes #1
There are lots on Ebay shipped from the UK at a similar price ( there are some as low as £11.99 delivered ).
You won't get RDS radio - so no station name, and don't expect track names for MP3 files ( so no easy way to choose the tracks if using USB or SD cards).

I would choose one with an ISO connection to save you having to splice the connecting cables ( many of the recent Chinese models now have the ISO socket on the unit )
#2
simes
There are lots on Ebay shipped from the UK at a similar price ( there are some as low as £11.99 delivered ).
You won't get RDS radio - so no station name, and don't expect track names for MP3 files ( so no easy way to choose the tracks if using USB or SD cards).

I would choose one with an ISO connection to save you having to splice the connecting cables ( many of the recent Chinese models now have the ISO socket on the unit )


Can you post a link to the iso version you mentioned? Cheers
#3
cold.....the phone is dialing a completely different number to that put in the stereo. That would get annoying!
#4
simes
There are lots on Ebay shipped from the UK at a similar price ( there are some as low as £11.99 delivered ).
You won't get RDS radio - so no station name, and don't expect track names for MP3 files ( so no easy way to choose the tracks if using USB or SD cards).
I would choose one with an ISO connection to save you having to splice the connecting cables ( many of the recent Chinese models now have the ISO socket on the unit )


Station name broadcasting is supported by FM and has been forever
DAB simply carries more information, such as the song/artist currently being played by the station
3 Likes #5
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2 Likes #6
PFC Hudson
simes
There are lots on Ebay shipped from the UK at a similar price ( there are some as low as £11.99 delivered ).
You won't get RDS radio - so no station name, and don't expect track names for MP3 files ( so no easy way to choose the tracks if using USB or SD cards).
I would choose one with an ISO connection to save you having to splice the connecting cables ( many of the recent Chinese models now have the ISO socket on the unit )
Station name broadcasting is supported by FM and has been forever
DAB simply carries more information, such as the song/artist currently being played by the station

Nothing to do with DAB.
RDS is a feature of FM which gives you station names. Without RDS you can't see the station name on FM.
RDS also supports longer text such as track names, just like DAB, but only a few FM radio's support it.
#7
sneakybifta
PFC Hudson
simes
There are lots on Ebay shipped from the UK at a similar price ( there are some as low as £11.99 delivered ).
You won't get RDS radio - so no station name, and don't expect track names for MP3 files ( so no easy way to choose the tracks if using USB or SD cards).
I would choose one with an ISO connection to save you having to splice the connecting cables ( many of the recent Chinese models now have the ISO socket on the unit )
Station name broadcasting is supported by FM and has been forever
DAB simply carries more information, such as the song/artist currently being played by the station
Nothing to do with DAB.
RDS is a feature of FM which gives you station names. Without RDS you can't see the station name on FM.
RDS also supports longer text such as track names, just like DAB, but only a few FM radio's support it.

I'm well aware of that, my point was to the person I quoted that station ID display is not DAB reliant and will be displayed on this head unit
2 Likes #8
PFC Hudson
sneakybifta
PFC Hudson
simes
There are lots on Ebay shipped from the UK at a similar price ( there are some as low as £11.99 delivered ).
You won't get RDS radio - so no station name, and don't expect track names for MP3 files ( so no easy way to choose the tracks if using USB or SD cards).
I would choose one with an ISO connection to save you having to splice the connecting cables ( many of the recent Chinese models now have the ISO socket on the unit )
Station name broadcasting is supported by FM and has been forever
DAB simply carries more information, such as the song/artist currently being played by the station
Nothing to do with DAB.
RDS is a feature of FM which gives you station names. Without RDS you can't see the station name on FM.
RDS also supports longer text such as track names, just like DAB, but only a few FM radio's support it.
I'm well aware of that, my point was to the person I quoted that station ID display is not DAB reliant and will be displayed on this head unit

The person you quoted never mentioned DAB, they just said that this unit doesn't have RDS and therefore won't display station name.

A customer has asked if the device supports RDS and been told it does not by the seller. A review also states no RDS support. If that is correct, you won't get station ID or name displayed on this unit and only the FM frequency shown as below. You'll also not get traffic alerts. automatic frequency switching, etc, if anyone still uses them.
https://i.imgur.com/9AlgIut.png


Edited By: srw985 on Jan 31, 2017 13:59
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PFC Hudson
sneakybifta
PFC Hudson
simes
There are lots on Ebay shipped from the UK at a similar price ( there are some as low as £11.99 delivered ).
You won't get RDS radio - so no station name, and don't expect track names for MP3 files ( so no easy way to choose the tracks if using USB or SD cards).
I would choose one with an ISO connection to save you having to splice the connecting cables ( many of the recent Chinese models now have the ISO socket on the unit )
Station name broadcasting is supported by FM and has been forever
DAB simply carries more information, such as the song/artist currently being played by the station
Nothing to do with DAB.
RDS is a feature of FM which gives you station names. Without RDS you can't see the station name on FM.
RDS also supports longer text such as track names, just like DAB, but only a few FM radio's support it.

I'm well aware of that, my point was to the person I quoted that station ID display is not DAB reliant and will be displayed on this head unit


It won't be displayed if the unit does not support RDS. That's what gives the station name. Nothing to do with DAB. RDS predates DAB
#10
PFC Hudson
simes
There are lots on Ebay shipped from the UK at a similar price ( there are some as low as £11.99 delivered ).
You won't get RDS radio - so no station name, and don't expect track names for MP3 files ( so no easy way to choose the tracks if using USB or SD cards).
I would choose one with an ISO connection to save you having to splice the connecting cables ( many of the recent Chinese models now have the ISO socket on the unit )
Station name broadcasting is supported by FM and has been forever
DAB simply carries more information, such as the song/artist currently being played by the station
My 18 year old £200 Ford extra FM radio cassete player shows the station.

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