FM Transmitter, iClever® Universal Wireless FM Transmitter with USB Car Charger for Smartphone, MP3 MP4 and Any Audio Player with 3.5mm Jack, Including iPhone Galaxy HTC Motorola Nokia iPod Nexus and More
iSimple IS31 Antenna Bypass FM Modulator for Factory or Aftermarket Car Radios
FM Transmitter, JETech® Wireless FM Transmitter Radio Car Kit with 3.5mm Audio Plug and Car Charger for iPhone 6/5/4, iPad, iPod, Samsung Devices, and ANY Smart Phones with 3.5mm Audio Plug
- Features a high-contrast, easily-read display and prominent button controls
- Play all of your portable audio devices and smartphones with 3.5 mm jack through your car stereo system
- Allow for hands-free phone conversation through the car stereo
- Universal aux audio input for all FM radios
- Just tune your FM Station to the RadioMod channel for clear, clean audio
- Audio connections and docking cables sold separately
- Simply plug in your audio device through 3.5mm jack, set a ramdon FM channel, and tune the car FM audio to that channel.
- Comes with an extra USB port to charge your cell phones, GPS and other digital devices while driving.
- Package includes: JETech FM transmitter, instructions manual. 6-Month Warranty from JETech
- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 1.3 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.6
- Origin of Components: Imported
- Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
- Product in Inches (L x W x H): 7.0 x 5.6 x 1.9
- Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
- Multi Pack Indicator: No
- Item Weight: 0.5 ounces
- EAN: 6952848680033
- MPN: IC-F27
- EAN: 0609098801539
- MPN: IS31
- UPC: 168141268328
- EAN: 0810298025872
- MPN: 0790-FM-BK
- UPC: 810298025872
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