Advice on Desire Transmitter


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  1. nicenswift

    nicenswift Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Looking for some recomendations for an FM Transmitter for my HTC Desire.

    My friend gave me one to try and it is dreadfull.

    Is this the norm or can you get good quality ones.

    If so any recomendations.

    TIA
     

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  2. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

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    They're all crap. In some countries technically you need a radio licence to use them too.

    Get a cable
     
  3. warrenb

    warrenb Member

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    I have the Motorola Motorokr T-505 bluetooth speakerphone. It transmits FM to your car radio as well as your calls. Works quite well. You get occasional interference but I think most all of the FM transmitters are like that.
     
  4. noodles317

    noodles317 Active Member

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    swgastro Well-Known Member

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    on a side note, the Nokia N97 had one built in.. theres somes things I miss on me old N97.
     
  6. Uridium

    Uridium Well-Known Member

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    if possible just change the car stereo to one with AD2P Bluetooth. You won't look back.......
     
  7. shedboy79

    shedboy79 Well-Known Member

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    thinking about getting the jebra sp700 my self, not to keen on the transmitter being in the cig lighter all the time.
     
  8. ccrows

    ccrows Well-Known Member

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    Same with the Nokia N8...
     

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