MP3 Player FM Transmitters

Everyone enjoys listening to their favourite music, but sometimes it's hard to get the songs you love when you're in the car. An MP3 player FM transmitter turns your MP3 player into your own personal short-range radio station. It's easy when you have a Bluetooth car stereo but not everyone does. With this, all you have to do is power up the car radio transmitter and tune in.

How Do You Use an FM Transmitter?

A wireless FM transmitter adds flexibility to your listening by letting almost any car stereo system play the music you want. It's a great way to get your music onto a car radio that doesn't have Bluetooth or an input jack. There are two main types of transmitters:

  • Bluetooth: A Bluetooth FM transmitter plugs into the car's lighter socket and then pairs with your mobile or MP3 player.
  • Wired: A wired transmitter connects to your headphone jack and then pipes that signal to your radio. You have to plug it in, but it works.

Using an MP3 Player Transmitter

The key to using a wireless FM transmitter is that there is always room on the FM band where there are no stations. All you have to do is transmit on those frequencies and tune in.