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  • LCD CAr mp3/mp4 player

    posted by grubs1976

    great product, easy to use, product was as seen on internet, very happy, very quick delivery and very sattisfying product.. :) love it..
    my friends are very happy, and they say it's the bomb.. and very easy to use.. :) It's already in our cars.. we are having a blast with your product.. :)we will probably order some more of your goods
    thumb up.. :)
  • Very good product!!!

    posted by boten

    I'v very pleased with this product. i already use it in 4 lectures in my University and it's works fine. the mateiral is storng and it is doing the work.
    The device came with nice box.
    i'm happy with the product. it's not the best (because of the clips microphone and the small place for the 9v battery) but for the price it is doing a greate job and for my needs (teaching) is wounderful device.
    if you need Wireless FM Transmitter this is a good product. It worth the price!
  • Yes I Can Hear You

    posted by Infrasignal

    Cheap and clean audio with a surprisingly long distance range in spite of physical barriers I tested it with including a metal roof.
    Includes batteries.
    Transmitter clips nicely to belt or top of pants.
    Comes in its own travel box.
    I bought this to do quick video interviews using the Canon 5D Mk II camera wirelessly. The hookup to the side of the camera is a bit precarious since I had to add an adapter to make it fit, but I'm considering soldering on an actual microplug to the transmitter to shorten the profile.
    A recent firmware update to the 5D Mark II allows more precise mic gain control, but I'm still playing with the optimal settings between the camera and the transmitter.
    It's possible to get pro results from this device if you're willing to play with the sound in post production. My intent is YouTube, so quality isn't paramount, but I am satisfied with the relatively low noise levels. Considering I could buy about 30 of these for the cost of one "pro" system, you can't go wrong.

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