|Item Model Number||B01DDPUQTS-VD|
|Wireless communication technologies||Bluetooth|
|Connectivity technologies||Wireless, Line in|
|Additional Features||Cassette to aux adapter, Wireless in car bluetooth fm transmitter, Bluetooth aux adapter, Bluetooth car adapter, Fm transmitter km18, Fm bluetooth adapter, Car bluetooth fm transmitter best rated, Bluetooth car kit, Noise Cancellation, Bluetooth fm transmitter for car, Bluetooth fm transmitter for iphone 8, Fm transmitter bluetooth, Bluetooth car kit hands-free wireless talking, Bluetooth adapter for car stereo|
|Other display features||Wireless|
|Audio Jack||3.5 mm x 1|
|Included Components||Bluetooth FM Transmitter|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 5.84 x 12.45 cm|
|Item Weight||45.3 g|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||28 April 2018|
VicTsing Bluetooth FM Transmitter, Wireless in-Car Radio Transmitter Adapter/w USB Port, Support AUX Input 1.44 Inch Display TF Card Slot - Silver Grey
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- Wide Compatibility: VicTsing wireless in-car Bluetooth FM Transmitter is well compatible with most devices on the marke that Bluetooth enabled devices such as Samsung, HTC, Blackberry, Sony, Tablet etc.
- 1.44'' Large LCD Backlight Display Screen: 1.44 inches screen provides clear display: song name, incoming phone number and voltage of the car battery.
- Crystal Sound and Memory Function: Adopted advanced interference and noise cancellation technology - CVC technology creates full duplex sound and suppresses noise and wind. Our factory had improved the using experience to reduce interference. Also, our FM transmitter could automatically connect the next time if had been connected before.
- Faster Charging STATION: Comes with a 5V-2.1A charging port which can charge most USB devices, better charging performance!( Unable to read USB sticks )
- More Surprises: Firstly,Supports hands-free calling with microphone; Secondly, supports TF/Micro SD memory card in FAT format up to 32G; Thirdly, supports A2DP; Fourthly, supports MP3/WMA/FLAC format; support AUX output and input.
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Goose Neck Design and 1.44" LCD Display Screen
Flexible metal hose, Convenient to adjust its direction.
Large LCD Screen shows the incoming phone number, current song's name and the voltage of the storage battery clearly.
Easy Installation,Plug and play, Easy to use.
Fast Bluetooth pairing. Once paired, the FM transmitter will automatically connect with the last paired smart device when turned on next time.
Clear Sound and Hand-Free Calling
Adopted advanced interference and noise cancellation technology - CVC technology creates full duplex sound and suppresses noise and wind. Take hands-free calls for pleasurable driving experience!
Bluetooth Version: V3.0 + EDR
Effective Bluetooth Range: 10 meters
FM Frequency: 87.5MHz - 108.0MHZ
Working Voltage: 10V~24V
Audio Input/Output: 3.5mm audio interface
USB Charging Port: 5V/2.1A
Compatible Phone Models: Most devices on the marke that Bluetooth enabled devices such as Samsung, HTC, Blackberry, Sony, Tablet etc.
1.Please do not violently rotate the head part when using it (the rotation angle shall not exceed 90°).
2.Tune it to an unused frequency.
3.The max input & output current of the transmitter varies with charged devices, due to charged devices are able to limit output current automatically.
1x Bluetooth FM transmitter
1x User Manual
1x Audio Cable(1m)
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Play music via Bluetooth, compatible with most devices on the marke that Bluetooth enabled devices such as Samsung, HTC, Blackberry, Sony,Tablet etc.
Support TF Card
Support TF/Micro SD memory card in FAT format up to 32G.
Support Aux Output / Input
Stream Music via 3.5mm Audio cable.
|Auto Search Unused Station||QC3.0 FM Transmitter||Compact FM Transmitter||1.8" Color Screen FM Transmitter||Easy use FM Transmitter|
|Screen Size||1.8" Color||Larger Horizontal screen||-||1.8" Color||-|
|Battery/ Voltage Display||Permanent display||Temporary display after power on||Temporary display after power on||Permanent display||Temporary display after power on|
|Power Off Function||Power Off button||Power On/Off Switch||-||Power Off button||Power Off button|
|Playing Sources||Bluetooth/ TF Card/ U Disk/ AUX||Bluetooth/ TF Card/ U Disk||Bluetooth/ TF Card/ U Disk/ AUX||Bluetooth/ TF Card/ U Disk/ AUX||Bluetooth/ U Disk|
|Playback Modes||Repeat All/ Repeat One/ Random/ Repeat Folder||"folder loop" or "full loop||-||Repeat All/ Repeat One/ Random/ Repeat Folder||-|
|Audio Interface||In / Out||-||In / Out||In||-|
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I've had this since late June, so about 5 months now. The product works well, it allows my 15 year old car without Bluetooth capabilities to now have quasi-Bluetooth capabilities. For the most part, the sound quality is clear and static free. Simply pick a blank station on your radio, I use 87.9 if I remember correctly, set the channel on the transmitter to the 87.9 as well, pair with your device that's streaming audio, wait for the confirmation and you're good to go.
The device will very seldom disconnect from the 12v outlet, this is not at all common. As long as your outlet is in good shape you should be okay. One of my two outlets is not in such good shape, and it's tricky getting the transmitter to stick in there. But, that's the case with anything I plug into that particular outlet.
The volume knob works fine, I don't mess with it all that often, I prefer to leave it where it is and use the volume on my phone first and foremost.
The USB port works okay, it's not Fast Charging capable, it would be great if it was but it doesn't need to be. It will charge your phone / tablet / mp3 player faster than some other outlets, and for what it is it works fine. A nice addition in my opinion.
The problem with this model is that it doesn't have a power switch, so in cars like mine that continue to allow devices plugged into the 12v outlet to use power after the car is off, that's a problem. If your car happens to shut down power to any devices plugged in once the car is turned off, you'll be okay with this. Mine doesn't, so I have to unplug and plug back in the VicTsing every time I get in and out of the car. It's an unnecessary process and an oversight on the manufacturers behalf. However, they did fix this issue with an updated model, so I would go with that one. I'll link the newer version below, hopefully it is clickable but if not you'll want to search for something along the lines of VicTsing Bluetooth FM Transmitter Energy Saving.
Unfortunately I haven't had the chance to use that unit with the power saving capabilities, mostly because I don't feel that it's worth spending another $19 for a device that I already have. For now I'll just deal with the inconvenience. If I had another chance I would purchase the newer version, assuming everything else works the same.
My 2006 model car came with an audio jack input near the emergency brake in the console. I’ve been using it for years to listen to audiobooks or play streaming music. The downsides to this connection are myriad. The jack pulls out, the cord gets tangled, plugging in requires a lot of distraction from the road if I’m doing it when driving, and now that I use an android phone, it automatically lowers the volume every time I plug-in in a parental attempt to protect my ears. Further, sometimes the audio volume just won’t turn up high enough.
I have to pick up my phone and navigate back to the screen if I want to pause what I’m listening to... On and on and on.
The last straw for the mechanical connection came when the jack end of the telephone simply began not fastening correctly.
I was vaguely aware of that I could get a Bluetooth plug-in for the same jack, and thereby eliminate the mechanical difficulties.
So I looked up the devices, and noticed immediately that they needed to be charged about every eight hours of use. That’s when I went looking for this.
The VicTsing Bluetooth FM transmitterPlugs directly into the cigarette lighter, so I don’t have to worry about charging. I wasn’t expecting to use it as an FM transmitter, since I do still have the audio jack, and this device has an audio output jack. But I found that using the transmitter version actually gets me better sound quality (no static or clicks in the background), better volume control, and has fewer wires to worry about tripping over and tangling.
The unexpected bonuses?
Easily visible, tactile controls allowed me to pause and unpause my audiobook without looking away from the road. Forward and back buttons let me replay something that I have missed. Volume control right on the device means I don’t have to struggle to get back to my audiobook playing screen and fight with the android volume buttons.
And oh yeah, it’s also speakerphone. It takes my commands to google, and handles my phone calls in a hands-free manner with good results.
I leave this thing plugged in all the time, and whenever I start up my car James Earl Jones says “looking to pair.” In a few seconds he announces that the parent has been found – thereby assuring me that my telephone is with me – and I’m ready to go.
This tiny little, inexpensive device has made my long road trips easier, more enjoyable, and safer than they were before.
And, did I mention it also has a charger outlet? So I haven’t actually lost the ability to charge my phone as I go.
This is one of the nice little things in life that make you happy for a very small cost.
It clearly states both in the item description as well as the chart the manufacturer provided that it displays the song title, but it does not. The gooseneck is also not at all flexible, so the unit is pretty much pointing down, but since the song title isn't displayed I really have no reason to look at it anyway. It also has a built in charger that fits standard a usb. However, as soon as I plug my phone in to charge it, the Bluetooth turns off! So I still have to have a separate charger as well as a separate Bluetooth for calls. The only reason I gave it 3 stars and I'm not sending it back is because the sound quality of my music is much better with this device over my last one. Louder music is worth keeping it. I'm just really disappointed it didn't live up to everything else it was supposed to do.
I used my car radio's seek function to tune in the device. At first, I found the audio through the FM to be slightly distorted with interference. But then I started pushing buttons on the interface and noticed it was changing the FM transmit frequency. I unplugged the device and manually tuned my radio to an unused frequency that was far away from other active frequencies and had a very low noise level. I tuned the device to transmit on the same frequency and what a difference! Now it sounds great. Every so often, another FM station will interfere and cause some deterioration in the sound, but it goes away quickly.
I am quite happy with my purchase. (And all of this for less than $20!)
I hooked up the new SoundBot today, and though it ha some nice features and handsome, compact design, there were enough negatives to convince me to return it (check out my review of the SoundBot model, just posted today) and re-install the VicTsing...hence this review.
With the VicTsing unit you can select any FM frequency you wish, and then set your car radio for the same FM frequency; it retains that frequency from that point on, until you manually change the frequency (e.g., when you travel to another area where your chosen frequency is already taken up by a regular FM station). The reason I mention this is that the SoundBot unit I'm returning comes with 10 preset frequencies that you can scroll through; several of those frequencies worked fine in my area (Palm Springs, California) but each time you restart the car, that unit resets to its default frequency (88.8) so if the frequency which worked best for you was the 9th preset, you would have to click the Channel button 9 times to get back to it each time you start the car (there's a way to set a new default station, which I included in my review of that unit). Another plus: this VicTsing has a separate volume control, which I didn't really appreciate until I tried the SoundBot today and found its volume to be woefully low, so I'm wondering if the VicTsing has a little onboard pre-amp or something...at any rate, it provides substantially more volume than the SoundBot. Adequate volume is especially important in a convertible; the SoundBot never would have made it. I'm glad I waited this long (and after having tried another unit to compare) before writing a review. Now I'm all the more convinced that, for me, the VicTsing is the right choice.
Finally, I'm definitely not a techie and don't want to sound like someone who thinks he knows it all, but in looking at some of the questions customers have posted for this FM transmitter and similar items, there is a lot of confusion, so maybe this will help those who aren't sure what these units are for and how they work: These units are for vehicles that do not have built-in bluetooth (most newer vehicles do) and also do not have an Auxiliary Input (where you can plug a cable with a male plug into a female plug, usually somewhere in the dashboard or console). These FM transmitters are actually just miniature FM radio stations that plug into your cigarette lighter outlet. Once you've paired your phone to the unit and set the unit to a specific FM frequency (or channel), your phone sends music and other information to the FM transmitter via the magic of bluetooth, and the FM transmitter sends that information over the air on the specific frequency that you've set. When you tune your car radio to that same FM frequency, your radio receives that little 'FM station'. Voila!
I have a couple older cars with CD players, and just doesn't work for me anymore. Even the 10CD player isn't enough.
So I bought this to have some decent tunes and less talk radio.
I loaded up a 32G microSD card with 1000 songs (5G) plugged it in.
Plug into the lighter.
Find an open FM channel on the radio.
Set the same channel on Transmitter using the CH buttons.
Turn the volume knob up on the Transmitter.
The display is a little too small, for this old guy, but it is readable. Soft blue glow.
I has a strong male voice that is a little creepy when it says "pairing".
The max volume is just right for the radio. Clear sound. It is easy to use and fairly idiot proof.
I probably should read the instructions.
The "tube" is flexible, but rigid enough to stay in place.
I originally rated this product as 3-star, but I have changed it to 4-star now since I think it does what it advertises and their customer service does work trying to solve my issues but they couldn't.
After rating the product 3-star, the customer service contacted me and trying to fix or replace the old one for me. I gave them my opinions and all the issues that I had, and it apparently cannot work for my situation. They offered me an exact one for replacement, but I decided to try another one that is under their own brand, and they have sent me that a new one. However, the new unit is worse than this and has less features compared to this one. Besides not being able to address the issues I listed for this, the screen is very limited in displaying information.
So in the end, I got 2 units for the price of one and only one matches ~80% of my expectation. I felt the guilt of not rating it 5-star, but I also have the guilt of not keeping it 3-star. I hope someone would read my review and read when buying the product.
--- Previous review ---
Not sure how it got so many stars, but it functions ok.
+ Works and does the job well
+ Extra USB port also works well
+ Lit screen is too dim at night and I could barely see at 2ft away since my car is a mini van, it's plugged at the bottom
+ No repeat button which is quite annoying. My daughter only likes that 1 song and i have to press Next & Prev all the time
+ Impossible to get it into a good position for control even though it looks like the wire tube could be adjustable. I could not twist it, it kept going back. I am afraid to force it too strong than it would break.
+ Fast forward is hard, i wish it could be the knob.
I’m not sure what happened, but suddenly the volume is significantly lower than it was. No amount of fiddling with the device has helped, and now the volume has to be turned up to the point of distortion in order to be audible over road noise at 50 mph. I’m disappointed that the product essentially lasted only six months and am revising my star rating accordingly.
Original review (3/2019):
I bought this to replace a Belkin FM transmitter that used the chunky Apple power connector to plug into an old-school iPod (from 2004-ish), which worked great but had a lot of limitations in this age of streaming audio.
Because of the position of the socket in my dashboard—low and facing straight outward—the screen isn’t readily visible or useful to me, but I don’t really care about that. There’s an audio prompt that lets you know it’s paired, which is all I need. Speaking of which, it’s never had a problem pairing with my iPhone, though I haven’t tried any other devices.
As with every FM transmitter I’ve used, the volume is lower than with other playback devices, but it’s fine for me with the stereo volume and device volume turned up. I mostly listen to audiobooks, though, so someone who listens to music and likes it loud might want to look for something other than an FM transmitter.
I had no trouble finding a frequency that’s weak enough for the transmitter to replace it, but if you’re in an area where the FM radio stations are wall-to-wall, or if your antenna is particularly sensitive, then again, an FM transmitter may not be the right solution for you.
So far it’s been sturdy, and I unplug it when I turn the car off, so it’s seeing a lot of plugging in and unplugging. It’s *probably* not necessary to unplug it—most modern cars don’t allow current to the lighter socket when the car is off, unless the key is turned to the “accessory” setting—but I’m paranoid.
Won't even stop at a station now
It works great...when it does. But lately after 4 months of having it, it changes radio stations randomly on the unit and it won't respond to button presses to go up or down channels... I literally have to wait until it feels like responding again even if I pull it out and let it sit for a while with no power to it.
I like that this also shows you your car battery status on ignition - I've had an issue with my car battery previously, and you can see if it's losing charge this way. A drawback is that it of course takes away your cigarette lighter plug for other things, like my old old garmin nav, which forces me to use my phone for GPS, but that's fine since Google Maps integrates with your music to control volume of music vs directions anyway. No biggie. It still has the USB plugs to charge phones etc with, even if it's kinda slow to charge.
The main issue I have is that the device's output volume is lower than my radio's volume by about 20% so I have to crank up my radio volume to get the output at the right overall volume, even if I already have the device and my phone's volume on 100% already. That means that when I change from this device's frequency to a regular radio station, it's extra loud. Same when I switch the engine off - the sound of the radio static is extra loud. Again, no biggie. It's just annoying and I have to remember to that I'll be blasted or to turn the volume down before I change stations.
Otherwise, this device has worked perfectly so far. The controls all work well, it's easy to use, the sound quality is fine and my phone always connects fast.