Most music enthusiasts strive to listen to their from their iPhone, whether it’s by file or Pandora.
Course as you know, it can be a challenge if your vehicle doesn’t come equipped with an auxillary plug in.
It why I wanted to reveal to you how a simple and tiny FM transmitter can solve all of your iPhone problems…you’ll learn how to play iPhone on car stereo.
Especially, if you don’t have a way to plug it into your car.
What is an FM Transmitter?
Well it’s a small electrical device engineered to broadcast or transmit sound from audio devices like an iPhone to any FM radio.
Bascially, you plug your iPhone into it and then tune the FM radio and FM transmitter to the same frequency.
Once the two signals are aligned, you will hear your music stream through the cars speakers.
I know…it sounds too good true…but they are truly magical devices.
Though I should forewarn you…not all are mirror images of one another.
They have varying qualities and abilities.
And the distance of sound transmission is a critical component many individuals like yourself fail to realize when they look to play their iPhone in car or home…for that matter.
If you select one with a short broadcast distance, in all likely hood it will not work as you expect it to work.
You will spend countless minutes and endless frustration trying to tweak it for optimal sound.
And if it’s broadcast strength is flacid, then you will not be able to use with other FM radios, like in your home or office.
So you just discovered the distance is critical.
Let me explain…why limited powering options in most FM transmitters will frustrate you to no end.
If you purchase one that is only powered by 12 v car adapter, you can only use it where? Exactly, in your car pretty much.
You need battery power, oh yeah, and 12 v car adapter and 120 volt AC…and for simplicity, you could probably appreciate USB so you could power it with your computer.
It’s why there is no substitute for the Whole House FM Transmitter 2.0.
This little black box has a powerful voice and incredible versatility.
You can power it through multiple sources…even USB and the broadcast is ridiculous…over 150 feet of broadcast distance.
What does that mean?
It means you can plug your iPhone into it and broadcast the sound from it 150 feet in any direction.
Think about now…you can use it in your home and car. So if you want to use your iPhone to play it music via your home stereo…now you can.
If you want to jam out to your iPhone in your car…you can.
The WHFT 2.0 is the leader in broadcast and versatility…
…and while it’s still on your mind…