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Pyle Plmp3c31b Wireless Usb/secure Digital Card (tm) Fm Modulator/transmitter Wi image
(based on 1 ratings)
Brand: Pyle
Located in: Automobile / Car Accessories
Works with all Bluetooth(R) compatible phones 1 amp USB charging port for charging MP3 players or other devices FM transmitter with 206 channels: 87.5 - 108 MHz 1.4" large screen display Supports Secure Digital Card (TM)/MultiMediaCard (TM) Line-in function supports other devices such as iPod(R), MP3/4 etc. Supports 12 - 24V Supports folder switch & 4 loop modes Includes remote
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Avg. Customer Rating:
4 stars
(based on 1 review)
Sleek All-in-One Replacement
By patronanejo[@]Verified Reviewer from Atlanta, Georgia on 9/1/2010
12v outlet splitter, AND remote control, Can go totally wireless, FM Modulator, Modernizes old gadgets, Modulator charger, Phone charger, Replaces five gadgets
If one part goes, More expensive, Why bluetooth
Best Uses:
Easy-to-operate, Everything always charged, Fewer items to lose, Great on road trips, No compromises, Sleek look, Works with my electronics
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Pyle Pyle Plmp3c31b Wireless Usb/secure Digital Card (tm) Fm Modulator/transmitter Wi:

This item lets me get rid of my 12v phone charger, my FM modulator, the charger for the modulator, the 12v socket splitter so I can use both chargers, and my headphone cable. It can go all-wireless unless I need to charge my phone in the USB outlet--which takes place quickly thanks to the full 1000 milliamps delivered over USB. Bluetooth really is the most practical method for syncing phone to modulator when I don't need to have the phone plugged in. The screen is kinda fancy and flashy, but it looks good and everything works great together; the Bluetooth syncs easily--and I never would have believed it, but the remote control does come in handy. Bye-bye, Stone Age clutter; hello, Space Age sleekness.

I was worried by the idea that the all-in-one nature of this unit means that if one link goes down, I can't just replace it with another $5 item and carry on; once in hand, however, the construction of this item is sturdy enough to put such worries to rest.

And lest ye forget, the sound out of this thing is impressive, and it offers inputs not only for a smartphone/iPod/BlackBerry, but also plays MP3s directly from SD cards. This all-in-one solution works well, looks good, eliminates clutter, and introduces new conveniences. Whatever tradeoffs are built in, this gadget represents great value for the money.

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