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Old 08-02-2016, 09:34 PM   #1
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Legit FM transmitter for those with OEM/whatever headunits

I know FM transmitters are like "2003" and kinda ghetto but our beater CRV has the stock Honda headunit and that's not changing as the car has 150k and is just a reliable beater. Sick of listening to my nice shiny new phone single speaker so looked into FM transmitters for it. Picked up this thing and really really shocked at how good it is.

https://www.amazon.com/Nulaxy-Wirele.../dp/B018E0I01I

Drowns out any other FM signals on the selected channel, pairs up real fast, sound quality is way above what I expected and its cheap. Also when making calls over BT people on the other end said I sounded fine. Mind=totally blown. Good for those of us with any car with a stock HU or stocking stuffers for the holidays or whatever. Also confirmed the USB port on the charger is 2A and will get a positive charge going even with streaming/GPS/tethering all going at once.
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I used to use one of those but got sick of having to change the channel it was on as I hit new areas with different stations. Now I just find a cheap head unit that fits with bluetooth/usb on it.
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I used to use one of those but got sick of having to change the channel it was on as I hit new areas with different stations. Now I just find a cheap head unit that fits with bluetooth/usb on it.
This one seems to actively block out signals from outside. I drove past NYC and no static or interference or anything. If NYC doesn't cause problems then nothing is going to.
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This one seems to actively block out signals from outside. I drove past NYC and no static or interference or anything. If NYC doesn't cause problems then nothing is going to.
That's pretty impressive. Also pretty cool that you can load up your music on a microSD card and use that too.
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