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C. Crane FM2 Digital Full Spectrum FM Transmitter for MP3 Players, Stereo Systems, Radios, Laptops and Any Audio Source (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

C. Crane FM2 Digital Full Spectrum FM Transmitter for MP3 Players, Stereo Systems, Radios, Laptops and Any Audio Source (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  • Wireless broadcast of any audio to any FM radio anywhere in your home, car or office.
  • The FM Transmitter 2 uses FM radio waves to send sound from any device you choose to any nearby radio or stereo system
  • AC adapter included, or use 2 optional AA batteries. FCC compliant

Discover the freedom of sending a wireless broadcast of any audio to any FM radio anywhere in your home, car or office! The FM Transmitter 2 uses FM radio waves to send sound from any device you choose to any nearby radio or stereo system. The only wire you have to connect is from the FM Transmitter to the headphone jack. It’s as simple as that. Since the Transmitter works with any device that has a headphone jack, you can use it with your iPhone, Wi-Fi internet radio and even satellite radio. O

List Price: $ 59.95

Price: $ 54.95

GREEN TRIM BLACK Pindar Durable Water-Resistant Nylon Protective Carrying Case Messenger Shoulder Bag For Sony 9 inch Portable Blu-Ray Player Model BDP-SX910

GREEN TRIM BLACK Pindar Durable Water-Resistant Nylon Protective Carrying Case Messenger Shoulder Bag For Sony 9 inch Portable Blu-Ray Player Model BDP-SX910

  • The Pindar Messenger Shoulder Bag was build Stylish, Slim and Protective.
  • Made out of High Quality Durable water-resistant nylong material that protects your device and accessories from bumps, dents and scratches!

Pindar! Carrying Messenger Shoulder Bag. Pindar was made stylish slim and convenient. Main compartment is approximately 11.5 x 10 x 1.5 inch with extra padding for maximum protection, main compartment is also suitable with 2 hidden doors that allow you to sneak in a charging cable and charge your device making it very convenient to keep your device charging while its still being protected. Across the main compartment there is a mesh pocket suitable for any keyboards, notepads, usb cables charger

List Price: $ 69.95

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  3 Responses to “C. Crane FM2 Digital Full Spectrum FM Transmitter for MP3 Players, Stereo Systems, Radios, Laptops and Any Audio Source (Discontinued by Manufacturer)”

  1. 21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Range with Mod, December 11, 2011
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    Scott

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    Out of box the CCrane fm2 transmitter will be dissappointing. I had a hard time getting 20 feet out of it.
    I decided to do the mod after finding instructions online. It was very easy. The VR2 needs to be turned
    counter-clock wise on the FM2 as compared to clockwise on the original. After the mod the range is fantastic!!!
    I can stream satellite music at work and send it to nearby rooms that I will be working in. Very satisfied
    with this product.

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  2. 17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Only worth using with mod, November 14, 2011
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    Alex

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    This review is from: C. Crane FM2 Digital Full Spectrum FM Transmitter for MP3 Players, Stereo Systems, Radios, Laptops and Any Audio Source (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Electronics)

    I purchased this in order to broadcast music throughout my apartment. I live near Milwaukee, so I knew the radio spectrum is pretty congested, but [...] helped me find open channels.
    Let me say, out of the box, this product was very disappointing. I tried multiple open channels, but I could only get reception on 1 or 2 of my radios at a time, not all of them. No matter what channel I chose, my broadcast was being swamped by other hardly audible broadcasts, even on open channels. So I did the following mod: [...]. However, on this model I had to rotate VR2 counter-clockwise to get boosted transmission. Now it works beautifully and I have reception throughout my apartment.
    One last thing worth mentioning: the Crane transmitter allows tuning the broadcast to half channels. I highly recommend using this. I found one of my radios picked up 101.5 best when I was transmitting at 101.5.5. The transmitter isn’t going to be perfect, so it’s worth toying with those to get the best sound quality.

    —Alex

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  3. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome sound, good range but construction feels a little flimsy., October 27, 2011
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    Danl (Pa) –

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    There are two excellent reviews on the web covering this newest model. Just do a web search for – Radio Jay Allen C.Crane Fm Transmitter 2. For a second review search for – HobbyBroadcaster C.Crane FM Transmitter 2.

    Jay Allen works in the broadcast industry and explains why the FM Transmitter 2 sounds so much better than other FM transmitters. The other review by Hobby Broadcaster agrees with Jay Allen but mentions that their first review unit had a problem with a faulty soldering job on the antenna. This caused poor FM broadcasting range. They returned the first unit and received a replacement unit. Hobby Broadcaster gave the replacement FM Transmitter 2 a glowing review.

    I agree with Allen and Hobby Broadcaster that this product has good range and sounds fantastic. I plug my iPod Touch into it and can receive the FM signal throughout my house. The sound quality is equal to or better than a regular FM broadcast station. The reason the FM Transmitter 2 sounds better than regular broadcast FM stations in some cases is because many broadcasters artificially boost the bass of the FM broadcast signal making it sound horrible on some radios – this artificial bass boost makes male announcers voices sound “boomy”.

    I would give this product a 5 star rating if it weren’t for the somewhat flimsy feeling construction. For example: the jack where you plug the power cord into the unit wobbles a little. (at first I thought I had a defective unit because the power was cutting out every time the unit was moved. The problem as that I didn’t have the jack pushed all the way in. It is deceptive because there is sort of a “detent” which gives you the feeling that the jack is pushed all the way in when it really is not.) I’ve heard that the power usage is pretty low so I will try using the transmitter two AA batteries for a while.

    PS. One other thing; as with all radio transmitters you may have trouble sending signals through walls with metal in them such as aluminum siding, steel siding, stucco walls with wire mesh, or insulation with foil backing. I’ve heard that you can modify these to increase the power output by turning a screw on the circuit board. I haven’t tried this because the signal is strong enough for me. Just realize that your warranty is voided if you open the case up. If you don’t want to open the case you may want to try an antenna extender. The one I have is manufactured by Tecsun. I will post in the comment section later if it increases the range.

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