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Universal FM Transmitter for Cars - £10.00 @ Sainsburys

£10.00 @ Sainsbury's
Reduced from £15. Great little device. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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banned2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
Reduced from £15. Great little device.

Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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banned#1
Hmm why cold? Have I missed something?
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They are ok for local journeys where you can select a waveband that is free. Its when going on a journey and radio stations pop up on your 'free' bit of wave band, you then have to re-tune the radio and transmitter. I have a couple of different versions of this kind of thing and have never really got on with them. Shame really as they seem such a good idea. Another problem is trying to find a blank spot on your radio, there are so many radio stations that they seem to overlap.

PS. Not voting either way as I may have 'missed something'.

Edited By: compadre on Jan 10, 2015 19:01
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compadre
They are ok for local journeys where you can select a waveband that is free. Its when going on a journey and radio stations pop up on your 'free' bit of wave band, you then have to re-tune the radio and transmitter.

I second this. If anyone is looking for a good, permanent fixture, I'd highly recommend the Bury CC9060 Music. Great bit of kit.

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banned#4
I really like mine however, the volume isn't really loud. Could this be because I'm steaming music instead of playing tracks which are stored on my phone?
#5
I've had a couple of FM transmitters and can't say I've had any problems losing the frequency over a journey of about 200 miles, but I will say with the first one people said my voice sounded a bit quiet but no problems at all on the second one which did cost more. So my only reservation with this deal would be how good the call quality would be, but it's worth a punt at this price

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