I will be embarking on a very long road trip this summer through areas that have few, if any, radio stations. If I want some music for the journey, I have to provide it. My phone has some great playlists, but my vehicle doesn’t support Bluetooth. That led me on a search for a solution. No, I didn’t get anything for free. Yes, I get a puny commission if you use the Amazon links I provide.
In the past I’ve used an FM transmitter that plugs into the headphone jack. It works for music, though I do have a mess of cords sticking out of my dashboard. What isn’t supported is hands-free calling. My search led me to the Nulaxy Bluetooth FM Transmitter shown below.
You can connect it to your phone or other devices via Bluetooth. It then broadcasts on the FM frequency you choose to your car radio. If you car supports an AUX in, you can also connect it directly. You can also use the microphone for hands-free calling. For those like me with no Bluetooth in your car, this is a great solution!
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