Discover the freedom of sending a wireless broadcast of any audio to any FM radio anywhere in your home, car or office! The FM Transmitter 2 uses FM radio waves to send sound from any device you choose to any nearby radio or stereo system. The only wire you have to connect is from the FM Transmitter to the headphone jack. It's as simple as that.
Since the Transmitter works with any device that has a headphone jack, you can use it with your iPhone, Wi-Fi internet radio and even satellite radio. One of the unsung qualities of C. Crane's Digital FM Transmitter 2 is its extreme versatility. While most people use it to send music from their computers or MP3 players to a nearby radio, some customers have told us how they use it with their guitars, portable DVD players or iPod (a lot of fun in cars) and even other radios.
It is the FM Transmitter with adjustable audio input so it can handle virtually any level of audio input. Though the original model had a reputation as perhaps the best FM transmitter around, the FM Transmitter 2 is even better. It broadcasts cleaner audio with higher fidelity and at a lower price. The side mount thumbwheel allows you to adjust the input for ideal quality and an LED indicator for overload.
Many health clubs use it to broadcast music to motivate workout routines. AC adapter included, or use 2 optional "AA" batteries.
- Wireless broadcast of any audio to any FM radio anywhere in your home, car or office.
- The FM Transmitter 2 uses FM radio waves to send sound from any device you choose to any nearby radio or stereo system
- AC adapter included, or use 2 optional AA batteries. FCC compliant
Frequently Asked Questions
What's the range of this?
45 feet line of sight. With a good clear frequency you should be able to get decent reception with a portable radio with it's antenna extended for about 30-45 feet and worse reception further out.
How do i modify this unit to transmit further?
There is a small adjustment at the top of the circuit board when you open it. Old model was higher one direction, new is the opposite direction.
I don't have a headphone jack if I use the Phono Line Outs from TV will I need a preamplifier?
You don't need a pre-amplifier. If you are referring to the RCA jacks on your TV (red & white / right & left), the transmitter comes with a converter to 3.5mm audio. That said, if it specifically says "Phono," on your TV and you're not using a colloquialism for RCA. The different types of signals (Phono vs. Line-level) present a challenge because the two have different power levels. The standard for consumer audio equipment is a Line-level signal. A Phono signal has a significantly lower power level than a Line-level signal. This difference means that if a Phono output is connected to a Line-level input, the sound will be extremely low. If the receiver does not have a specific set of inputs marked as Phono, you would need to amplify the Phono signal to the power level of a Line-level signal using a pre-amplifier." If it turns out that you need one, Amazon sells them starting at around $15.
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- Power Consumption 22.3mA
- Frequency Response 30Hz to 15kHz
- Input Power Batteries: (2) AA size (not included), AC Adapter: 5VDC 100mA tip negative 2.1mm
- Audio Input 1/8" (3.5mm) Stereo Plug
- Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
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