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  • posted bydjtimoty on 03/17/2013

    good product with ok sound quality, if you dont have usb or aux in your car radio , this could be a good product. if you need good sound quality i would not use this in your everyday car , but if you drive many different cars and just need music this ould be grate =) soundquality COULD be better!... Read more

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  • posted byidy26 on 12/15/2011

    -Very cheap. An actual one from a retailer would be around 15+. Great deal. -Does what it's supposed to, extremely useful for 5$. -I bought 4, 3 worked. -GREAT GIFT! -Very cheaply and flimsily made, but what can you expect from the cost? -I bought 4, 1 didnt work. -All of them require the volume... Read more

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  • posted byKriel on 09/29/2011

    Easy to use, just plug it in and find frequency that's not in use. Transmit power is high enough to cover nearby stations in your car. The audio plug is L-shaped so you can more easily fit your player in the dash. Cord might be longer althought it's fine for my use. Some noise comes throught from... Read more

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  • posted byAspElite on 05/09/2011

    I bought one for fun just to try it. I didn't expect anything great but it works without any problems. Just plug it in and find the channel. Easy to use and it really works! Nothing yet and I dont think I'll find anything even if I was trying to find flaws. Maybe a bit cheap build quality but not... Read more

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  • posted bySibusiso on 08/02/2010

    Great Product! Easy to use. Plug into mp3 and set station. works with any mp3. Great price. More than worth its value. Certain areas that have a clear radio station will give problem on some channels. Just switch to another channel though. Great product! Did I say that before? :-) I would this. I... Read more

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  • posted bykadiwara on 10/20/2009

    - very, very, very easy to use, everybody can use this, even my grandma ;-) - you can select the frequency, so if ther`s a radio station on one of them you just have to change and then you can listen to your favourite music again - The build quality is a little bit poor, so the switch for the is... Read more

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  • posted bytractiongrips on 10/14/2009

    Cheap, no batteries to replace. Broadcasts with more power than my Sirius receiver that gets walked on all of the time. Plugs directly into the Ipod Shuffle with no static or noticeable sounds degradation. haven't found any I wish I would have bought this sooner! I wasted a lot of money on in the... Read more

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  • posted byRob99 on 10/02/2009

    - Price - Just plug and use - Transmitted sound quality is not great, but better than expected - Frequency switch is too lose - Transmitted sound volume a bit too low - If stereo in your car is high-end, then sound quality will seem terrible Excellent solution if tired of burning CDs and there's... Read more

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  • posted bycellophanegirl on 08/23/2009

    Very cheap. I've seen these go for 20 dollars locally. You have to turn the volume up on the radio a bit louder than normal to hear it well. This is only really a problem sometimes when you come back and turn the radio on without the adapter in the car and you hear really loud horrible static. I... Read more

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  • posted bybrazilian3 on 04/11/2009

    very easy to use powered by the car electric output transmits the audio with low volume, so that you have to increase the volume of the radio, which is bad because you hear the buzz and when there are other radio stations on the frequency, you hear them you can't select the frequency. buy it.... Read more

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