MP3 devices are flooding the market these days. So, to add more time to their enjoyment, many audiophiles are allowing their recorded music to the streets. This article provides an MP3 FM transmitter review that should be some assistance to your electronic device shopping research.
1. Wagan FM Sound Transmitter
If you are one of those who enjoys listening to good music and doesn't like to be bothered with a lot of complex connections, this is the device for you. It is one of the easiest to use MP3 FM transmitters on the market.
The FM signal is adjustable between 88.1 MHz to 107.9 MHz. It provides an internal memory that will record four channels that you ordinarily use in your locality. A backlit LCD screen reveals the transmission frequency settings and will automatically shut off after five seconds to conserve power. Power is provided through two batteries and can be supplemented with a 12v DC adapter.
With only four buttons to operate the Wagan transmitter is sure to deliver you more time enjoying music and less time trying to operate the controls.
2. VRMF2 - MP3/WMA/DVD/USB FM Transmitter
This mighty mite of a transmitter is capable of providing many years of service wherever you employ it on the road, in your boat, at home, or even in your private plane. It is preset to transmit only on four FM frequencies. They are 88.1, 88.3, 88.5, and 88.7 MHz. A cable to connect to your various audio devices is included. The use of only two batteries makes up all the power behind this little marvel.
An operation is straightforward. Just insert the 3.5 mm audio plug into your audio device for the first connection. Then set your FM radio frequency to one of the four preset channels while making sure that there is not a local FM radio station broadcasting on that frequency. Adjust the device's frequency switch to match the same channel frequency chosen on your FM radio and hit the power button. Volume is easily adjusted and should be set at the halfway mark on your audio device. Then set the volume on your car or home stereo to whatever pleases your ear, and you are in for some good listening time.
Many blogs have revealed that they are not satisfied with their MP3 FM transmitters due to the fact that they get "stepped on" by a local FM station quite often. It is an ordinary matter to just re-adjust the transmitter to any of the other preset channels and match that with the FM receiver in the car or at home which should tame the problem.
Another problem many users have is not placing the transmitter close enough to the FM radio. These tiny transmitters merely have about a ten-foot transmission range. When you go beyond that the signal is not strong enough to provide a consistent broadcast and you consume listening time.
Hopefully, this MP3 is helpful for your shopping research.