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VicTsing via Amazon [amazon.com]has VicTsing Bluetooth FM Transmitter for Car on sale for $8.99 after clipping the 10% off coupon on the product page and apply promo code NQDAR5M4 at checkout.

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Deal dead ? Coupon not working
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Not seeing a coupon, either.
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I see coupon
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Coupon code NQDAR5M4 works right now
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If you're looking for cheap and simple, this is as good as it gets. That said, if you're looking for good audio quality, look into a hardwired FM modulator instead of this FM transmitter. A modulator will require some simple installation, but will work with 99.9% of vehicles and all hides in the dash. Here's [caraudiogiants.com] an example. Night and day difference in audio quality.

The black wires in that photo of the link I posted are antenna wires. OEM antenna wire goes in one end, the other end goes into where the OEM antenna went. In other words, this hops inline. Then it's just power and ground. Your phone bluetooths to the box in the dash, which now has a hardwired connection directly into your OEM radio. Zero static. Zero fading in/out or having to adjust the station used based on where you're driving. Connect and it just works.
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Worked perfect for
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Coupon code NQDAR5M4 works right now
Just worked for me also. Thanks.
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If you're looking for cheap and simple, this is as good as it gets. That said, if you're looking for good audio quality, look into a hardwired FM modulator instead of this FM transmitter. A modulator will require some simple installation, but will work with 99.9% of vehicles and all hides in the dash. Here's [caraudiogiants.com] an example. Night and day difference in audio quality.

The black wires in that photo of the link I posted are antenna wires. OEM antenna wire goes in one end, the other end goes into where the OEM antenna went. In other words, this hops inline. Then it's just power and ground. Your phone bluetooths to the box in the dash, which now has a hardwired connection directly into your OEM radio. Zero static. Zero fading in/out or having to adjust the station used based on where you're driving. Connect and it just works.
$69. A bit too much to swallow when this deal is less than $10.
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Would this work better then the Bluetooth adapter via headphone jack ?
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People, if your car has an aux jack, please get that one. Its 10 times better than this. You can get it for ~15 ish. This will always get buzzing sounds and calls aren't good as well
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Are VicSting, Aukey, Eufey and Wanker all under the same umbrella?
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Worked just fine for me. Thanks,
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I've had one of these for years and would kill for a power button. Mine stays on 24/7 unless I unplug it, which is like ripping my center console out each time (YMMV based on your 12v dimensions). It also has a lot of trouble re-pairing once you've left the vicinity and returned...unless you fully restart it. Quite a PITA, I usually end up just using a single earbud while driving solo. I'll occasionally use this with passengers, but usually end up playing CDs, which suddenly seems very reliable and high-tech in comparison with a lot of BT devices Wink
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I think the deal is dead. It's at $16.99 right now.
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