$12 Accessory Adds Bluetooth Support & Smartphone Charging Port To Old Cars

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VicTsing (Upgraded Version) -min

When your car doesn’t have Bluetooth, it can be difficult to stream music across its speakers in a world of smartphones without headphone jacks. There are radio ads that nobody wants to suffer, and 12 songs have repeatedly been played. If VicTsing Bluetooth FM Transmitter is missing, you can collect it for only $12.34, thanks to a drop in the price of $13 and a voucher for an additional 5% off at Amazon. That’s 34 percent off normal costs, plus free shipping with Amazon Prime.

This transmitter will help you add new functionality whether your phone does not have good performance with aux cables or your Stereo does not have wireless streaming capabilities. It will play the media via an empty radio station via the speakers of your car. Then set your radio and the transmitter to that frequency and pair it with your phone through Bluetooth to start playing your own stuff. Alternatively, a USB flash drive can be loaded with music to prevent you from pairing a phone.

This gadget also has two USB ports that double as a car charger, along with the wireless connection of your music to your car stereo. One of the ports even supports Quick Charge 3.0 so that you can charge compatible devices quickly. There is a special button for calling and a crystal clear audio noise cancellation mic. It also has an LED light which makes it easy to find and plug your equipment into the darkness.

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