Would you like to listen to music from your phone in your car, but your car is too old to support bluetooth? I have a solution that works for every car with a cigarrette lighter or power port: A Bluetooth Handsfree Car FM Transmitter.
This FM Transmitter lets you stream music and calls directly from your Bluetooth device to your cars radio.
You need the following equipment:
- Bluetooth FM Transmitter
- a Car ;)
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Step 1: Start Up
Plug the FM transmitter into your vehicle's cigarrette lighter or power port. It will power on automatically. The LEDs display the current voltage of your cars battery for 5 seconds.
After 5 seconds the device automatically switches into Bluetooth Pairing Mode.
The LEDs will display "bt" and the set frequency.
Step 2: Pair the Transmitter With the Car Radio
- Setyour cars radiofrequency to an unused FM frequency with the forward and backward buttons between 87,5 and 108 MHz
- After you have found an unused frequency, press and hold the phone button until the LEDs flash.
Step 3: Pair Your Bluetooth Device With the Transmitter
Activate your mobile phone's Bluetooth and search for a device named "C26S".
Connect your phone to this device.
Step 4: Start Listening to Music
That's it! You have now Bluetooth in your car. Have fun with it!