Case Logic Bluetooth Car FM Transmitter

Bluetooth Car FM Transmitter

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Product Details


Case Logic Bluetooth Car FM Transmitter

Make hands-free calls even if your car doesn’t have built-in bluetooth

  • Lets you connect a bluetooth-enabled smartphone to your vehicle for hands-free calling or playing audio via the car’s FM stereo
  • Ensures crisp sound quality with DSP echo-cancellation and cVc noise-suppression technology
  • Includes 5V/2.1A USB port to keep your phone charged

Sing along to “Bohemian Rhapsody” between calls, if you want

  • Line-in connector to play audio via any device with a 3.5mm audio jack
  • USB port can also be used to play music files from a USB drive, but not at the same time as it’s being used to charge a device
  • Can also play music via Micro SD cards

Designed for easy accessibility

  • 1.44” display shows incoming call numbers as well as the car battery’s voltage, sound volume, FM frequency, and song name (if playing music)
  • Adjustable viewing angles thanks to the flexible neck
  • Automatically pairs with the last-paired phone for quick access
  • Includes remote with quick-function buttons

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About Case Logic

Jamie Temple was tired of the sounds from the back seat. It was 1984, and he was driving through the Rockies on a ski trip, but his trip was constantly interrupted by the noise of his audiocassettes shifting and clattering. Case Logic was his solution to music storage: he started out by designing two cassette cases, and over the years, his vision has evolved to protecting technology of all kinds. Today, Case Logic makes laptop sleeves, camera bags, backpacks, and phone cases.

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Jay Verified Purchaser
May 3rd, 2018
I love this transmitter, great sound no static
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holly Verified Purchaser
Feb 13th, 2017
This product is the fourth or of its kind obscene urchssesd
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Daniel Verified Purchaser
Jan 31st, 2017
Wouldn't recommend
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ReuAnn Verified Purchaser
Jan 27th, 2017
The transmitter did not have a 3.5mm jack as stated in description, the reason I chose this one. Customer service was very helpful with my return.
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Caleb Verified Purchaser
Jan 13th, 2017
The device doesn't work as it should, plain and simple.
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Beniamin Verified Purchaser
Dec 19th, 2016
This is a joke... I will return it. Nothing work as it should on this thing...
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christine Verified Purchaser
Dec 16th, 2016
The sound quality is very bad, not happy with purchase.
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Kes Verified Purchaser
Dec 12th, 2016
This device works, just not very well at all. It was easy to set up, but once set up, the sound is awful. You could set it to the clearest radio station, connect your phone, and it will still sound like the worst radio station signal. Sound is fuzzy and in and out, extremely poor quality, and is not worth the money, time, and frustration.
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Tyler Verified Purchaser
Dec 4th, 2016
The Case Logic Bluetooth Car Transmitter is mediocre. Although it does tune in to almost any station, finding a clear and strong signal is not easy. The technology is improving, but there is still way too much hiss in the background and the sound quality is not especially good. However, for what it does, it is priced well. I think the retail price is listed at near $100, which is pretty ridiculous; no one paid $100 for this device, but at around $20.00, it was a steal.
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Britney Verified Purchaser
Nov 29th, 2016
Works good for like 5 minutes before the audio starts cutting out. The signal is fine and not much static but after a few minutes it just starts and stops working. Took a few times taking it in and out for it to even turn on. I guess I'm just going to keep using my wired transmitter.
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