Bluetooth In-Car FM Transmitter

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You’ve already invested in devices capable of storing music, books on tape, and talking live with your friends. Why rely on your car radio for tunes and news?

Use your car radio to transmit what you want to hear, including phone conversations.

Making the most of your devices, a wireless in-car Bluetooth transmitter let’s to call hands-free, which in many states is the ONLY LEGAL way to use a cell phone in a moving car.

This product is an FM transmitter that connects to your Smart Phone via bluetooth, and then transmits the audio to your car stereo through an FM signal. Just the same as other FM transmitters, but using bluetooth connection to your phone rather than a cord.

Well rated by Amazon users, the GOgroove FlexSMART goes well beyond the basics, offering device charging and music control to hands-free calling.

The GOgroove FlexSMART X2 ADVANCED Wireless In-Car Bluetooth FM Transmitter with Charging, Music Control and Hands-Free Calling for ANDROID, iPhone, Blackberry and Windows Smartphones has both benefits and very few downsides.

Benefits

Sync the GOgroove Flexsmart X2 to your Bluetooth device in seconds and enjoy a wireless music listening experience.

Make and Receive Calls on your Phone Hands-Free while driving – Equipped with Bluetooth Technology, it’s easy to use your phone while driving.

The GOgroove Flexsmart X2 is a Wireless In-Car Bluetooth FM Transmitter works for Hands-Free Calling on ANDROID, iPhone, Blackberry and Windows Smartphones

A Bluetooth Transmitter Allows Hands-Free Calling

Use a cell phone in a moving car and you are risking a ticket with a hefty fine.

Yet I see many drivers with cell phones pressed to their ear. Studies have shown that this is as dangerous as driving drunk.

This can be avoided with the Wireless In-Car Bluetooth FM Transmitter for Hands-Free Calling on ANDROID, iPhone, Blackberry and Windows Smartphones.

Boost your cell phone and data signal strength. You have invested in a cell phone, possibly a high-end Apple i-phone. Kind of dumb to go driving around hoping for a good signal and possibly dropping important sales and business calls.

Be professional, originate calls from dreaded “dead spots,” and increase your data rates in areas with weak cell phone signal.

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