Kollea 3.5mm In-car FM Transmitter
Have you ever started to leave the house but you love the current playlist you’re listening to on your smartphone? Or listening to the latest audio book? Instead of turning it off, just take it with you and use your car’s speakers and FM radio to keep listening with the Kollea 3.5mm In-car FM Transmitter!
Newest generation FM transmitter with 5V 2.4A Max Charging port, to fast charge your smartphones like iPhone, galaxy, tablets like iPad etc;
Features an elegant, high-contrast, easily-read display and prominent button controls;
Wirelessly transmit your favorite music from your phones’ 3.5mm audio jack to your car FM;
Drive safely and legally, supports hands-free phone conversation through the car stereo;
A Proud Kollea production coming with a free 6-Month Warranty;
I think it took me longer to remove the transmitter from the package it came in than it did to get it installed. You plug the unit into your phone’s headphone jack, plug the unit into the power port, pick an unused FM radio station and set the device to the same station.
And that’s it!
Within 60 seconds, I was listening to my playlist from my phone through my car’s speaker system!
Plus, it is also a charger and with a 2.4A port, my phone and tablet are charged in no time. Since I only have 1 port in the front of the car, I don’t want to have to choose between the transmitter or charging my phone.
Be sure you turn up your media volume setting on your phone/tablet/MP3 player, then adjust the radio volume to the desired level.
So now I can charge my phone, tablet, or my grandson’s game unit while still listening to my playlist or audio book and still get my errands done. Love it.
Be sure to check out the Kollea 3.5mm In-car FM Transmitter on Amazon today.
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