bluetooth fm transmitter
I am in the market looking to buy one, do any of you use any to connect your phone to your radio without a cord?
My 2 main uses would be ;
1. Music listening
2. Phone calls.
I was looking at this one on Amazon.
Amazon.com: GOgroove Flexsmart X2 Advanced Wireless In-Car Bluetooth FM Transmitter with Charging, Music Control and Hands-Free Calling Capability for Android, iPhone, Blackberry and Windows Smartphones: Electronics
What do you guys think? I have 2 vehicles that me and my wife use and both have Nexus's and we both listen to music on the go, right now we are both using cords to connect the phones to the radio, but i want a more cleaner look.
- 05-27-2011, 03:04 PM #2
I have the motorola t505 moto rokr. Works so well I opted to keep it and forego the bluetooth options for my new carSend from my fingers, using a pencil and a piece of paper that someone faxed to someone who scanned it and then typed it on this forum using a TRS-80 Model 3.
- 05-27-2011, 09:19 PM #4
I play music on it every day. It transmits to your radio and you can listen through a radio station just like any fm modulator.Send from my fingers, using a pencil and a piece of paper that someone faxed to someone who scanned it and then typed it on this forum using a TRS-80 Model 3.
- 05-28-2011, 12:01 AM #5
I also have the t505. I have an issue with the nexus sometimes where I have to turn it off and back on for media to work though. It always works for me though.
Play music. Answer calls. Answering calls will pause music. Then play when you hang up. Also use it for GPS.
I've had it with a blackberry bold. Tour. Epic 4g and now the nexus. I live it.
The only thing I would replace it for. A car with Bluetooth. Lol.
I got mine years ago on eBay for like 50-60.
- 05-28-2011, 10:41 AM #6
I also have the Motorola rokor t505 and love it. I do not have the problem mentioned above. It works great. Audio quality is great, when I'm using it for calls people can't tell, when I'm streaming music it never cuts out, and the battery in it seems to last forever. Definitely worth consideration.
- 05-28-2011, 02:06 PM #7
- 05-31-2011, 01:39 AM #10
I use it every day and all I do is turn it on. Phone pairs no problem with it. Usually with my earpiece in use too.Send from my fingers, using a pencil and a piece of paper that someone faxed to someone who scanned it and then typed it on this forum using a TRS-80 Model 3.
- 05-31-2011, 05:17 PM #11
- 05-31-2011, 10:33 PM #13