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Tevion FM Transmitter was £5.99 now £3.99 @ ALDI!
Tevion FM Transmitter was £5.99 now £3.99 @ ALDI!

Tevion FM Transmitter was £5.99 now £3.99 @ ALDI!

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Nice little unit for the price - includes battery, carry bag, car adaptor and even a mobile phone earphone converter. Black in colour, blue backlit LCD screen. Works great with both my Nano and my o2 mobile - can't beat it for the price!

Noticed this on the tills @ Aldi on Armley Gyratory, Leeds - someone had changed all the £5.99 stickers to £3.99 with a pen. From past experience this will be nationwide.

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Bargain & hope its nationwide

"Noticed this on the tills @ Aldi on Armley Gyratory, Leeds"

Strange, i live in Armley and we don't have an Aldi store.

How much of a range do these things have.

Just my mum wants to be able to hear the TV in here house from the kitchen and short of drilling though a wall and putting some sort of speaker system in I though why not get something like this, plug it into the audio outs on the TV and just switch the radio on in the kitchen LOL.

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here it is in action: youtube.com/wat…uiU
i have one already! thay are great!

Njay;1939401

How much of a range do these things have.Just my mum wants to be able to … How much of a range do these things have.Just my mum wants to be able to hear the TV in here house from the kitchen and short of drilling though a wall and putting some sort of speaker system in I though why not get something like this, plug it into the audio outs on the TV and just switch the radio on in the kitchen LOL.



If she got herself a another TV she could have pictures as well.

Excellent ,seems better & cheaper than the belkin one I was going to get. Yet another constructive post from the PUSSY ?

I have just been round to my local Aldi (Ashington) to get one of these. Unfortunately the first one I was given had a clearly audible clicking sound that did not change when I tried changing the frequency. I took it back into the shop and they gave me another one to try which also suffered the same clicking fault.

I have now got my money back but wasted a bit of petrol in the process.

If you are a bit def go for it as you may not be able to hear the problem but if you have a half decent car stereo and decent hearing I would not bother. You really do get what you pay for!

Good deal, poor product.

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Lanse;1939970

Excellent ,seems better & cheaper than the belkin one I was going to get. … Excellent ,seems better & cheaper than the belkin one I was going to get. Yet another constructive post from the PUSSY ?



hehe.. i stopped now... :thumbsup:

The Aldi store in Leeds is at "Junction 1 retail park" on the Beeston Ring Road (Armley Gyratory from there is eastbound on m621, next exit then left and is the next roundabout.)

Just what I want, work with the iphone?

i have an excellent fm transmitter from dealextreme SKU.625, about £4 delivered

The thing i found important was to turn down the volume on the computer audio output, as anything above 50% volume would cause the device to distort, making the audio sound horrible.

I also bought a USB adaptor SKU. 745 which allows the FM transmitter to draw power from a USB port, meaning i don't have to use battery's. Also i have an audio extension cable SKU. 5157 and USB extension cable sku.8852.

The extension cables allow me to put the FM transmitter a metre away from the computer which improves the audio quality a lot (removes a hum).

End result is that i can play audio from my computer all over the house in excellent quality, which is especially useful for putting on internet radio while i am in the kitchen.

Bargain :-)

Didn't have any in aldi near me (Meir Park) think I'll go for the simple audio tape with 3.5mm adapter from tesco.

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CHEEPSTUFFRULES!;1940334

I have just been round to my local Aldi (Ashington) to get one of these. … I have just been round to my local Aldi (Ashington) to get one of these. Unfortunately the first one I was given had a clearly audible clicking sound that did not change when I tried changing the frequency. I took it back into the shop and they gave me another one to try which also suffered the same clicking fault.I have now got my money back but wasted a bit of petrol in the process.If you are a bit def go for it as you may not be able to hear the problem but if you have a half decent car stereo and decent hearing I would not bother. You really do get what you pay for!Good deal, poor product.



Mine is fine? Using a new style ipod nano and with a brand new clio's standard sound system. Noticed that I needed to up the volume a bit on my o2 ice mobile but cetrainly no clicking - you must have got 2 duff ones

And sorry, yes it's just past the Armley Gyratory - I live city centre and had no idea what the business park was called :oops:

the quality less then 0, sound breaking up, loosing signal, no sopran and no bass at all

just visited Aldi in Bradley Stoke, Bristol and the staff knew nothing about this. Had a good look around but couldn't find it.

Never mind!

Please be advised to check the power lead connection to the transmitter, mines faulty and needs to be returned, looking at the fit I suspect it is a common fault. I will follow up with a post if the replacement has the same fault. As an aside I missed out on one of these whilst in Spain recently, the funny thing was, which is unusual with Aldi offers around Euroland they were a totally different model.
Robert

[QUOTE=CHEEPSTUFFRULES!;1940334]I have just been round to my local Aldi (Ashington) to get one of these. Unfortunately the first one I was given had a clearly audible clicking sound that did not change when I tried changing the frequency. I took it back into the shop and they gave me another one to try which also suffered the same clicking fault.

The replacement power lead connector is a better fit but still sometimes drops power.
However once you notice the clicking noise it drives you nuts, so I have spoken to the helpline
08000 324 976 , they all have this clicking noise it's the timer on the device, it's how it works, I was told, should there not be a warning on the box.
Funny I've just tried my daughters Griffin and that does not have this problem.
So it's down to you get what you pay for.
So CHEEPSTUFFRULES i'm blaming you if you had not mentioned this clicking I most probably would not have noticed it, now it will have to go back has It's driving me nuts.
Robert
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