Anker Roav SmartCharge T1
PowerIQ 2.0: Keep your devices topped up while on the road with Ankers exclusive fast-charging PowerIQ 2.0 technology (compatible with Qualcomm Quick Charge devices).
The Anker Roav SmartCharge T1 is a well-designed, high-quality Bluetooth FM transmitter that streams music straight from your phone to your cars stereo system. The T1 pairs with your phone over a Bluetooth connection, and you can use either the included FM antenna or your smartphone's Bluetooth to listen to audio. The T1 has a stable Bluetooth connection and a strong FM signal, and it transmits music at up to 90 decibels, which is louder than most car stereos. The T1's FM signal can range in strength from strong to weak, depending on the location of your car and the tall buildings or trees around your car, so if you're facing a wall or a building, the T1's FM signal might not as strong as you might expect. The T1 has an aux-in port for connecting an external device, such as a gaming console or a turntable, and it comes with a small, portable Bluetooth FM transmitter antenna that fits into your pocket. The T1's big, bright LED screen displays time, radio volume, and audio playback information, and it has a rotary knob that lets you adjust playback settings. The T1 has a microphone and a speaker, so you can make and receive calls hands-free. The T1 supports Quick Charge 3.0, so you can use it to charge your phone or tablet while it streams audio. The T1's design makes it easy to use, and it has solid performance.
Anker Roav Bluetooth Car and Adapter Car Charger
[Make and take hands-free calls for safer driving.]
The Anker Roav is our favorite car adapter for Android phones. It easily adapts to your car's existing stereo, it's Bluetooth 5.0 compatible, and its 2.1 speakers sound much better than the similarly-priced Auxus QX! The Roav's 3.0 USB Type C port gives you plenty of power to charge your phone and other devices, and there's also a 2.4A port for powering a small device via USB. The Roav's Bluetooth 5.0 connection is reliable and fast, and it supports a wide range of devices, including iPhones and iPhones with iOS 12. The Roav's noise-cancellation feature is also top notch, and it's one of the only car adapters we've tested that supports A2DP. The Roav's buttons are easy to use, and it's versatile enough that you can connect it to multiple devices at once. The only drawback is the Roav's price, which is higher than most car adapters. The Anker Roav also has some shortcomings: The Roav's sound quality isn't as impressive as that of the Auxus QX, and it lacks some features, like a built-in USB port.
Anker Roav SmartCharge F3 Wireless 4.2 Bluetooth FM Transmitter for Car
Quick Charge 3.0: Advanced technology provides high speed charging for your device.
The Roav SmartCharge F3 delivers solid performance, with crisp, clear audio and strong, reliable Bluetooth reception. It's an easy device to set up and use, with dedicated buttons for calls, music, and volume, as well as buttons for adjusting noise cancellation. The display is clear, but it's small, so you'll have to look close to make out the song or radio station. The speaker is loud, but it's a bit rattly, which limits its appeal. The Roav app is easy to navigate, and while the app doesn't have as many features as other car kits, the audio playback controls are easy to access and use. The F3 is well built, and it feels durable and well-constructed. The F3 offers all the features you're likely to need in a car kit, and it's easy to find apps and online features to add additional functionality.
Anker Roav SmartCharge F0 FM Bluetooth Transmitter for Car
Better Hands-Free Calling: Bluetooth 4.2 provides a stable connection and echo-cancellation reduces background noise for clearer calls.
The Anker Roav is a sturdy and reliable FM transmitter, and it's especially noteworthy that it doubles as a car charger. Its charging ports can both charge two devices at once, and both ports have PowerIQ technology, which prioritizes the devices plugged in for the fastest charging. The Roav's sound quality is decent, and it's much louder than some other FM transmitters, but it's easily drowned out by engine noise. The Roav's audio controls are easy to use, and there's a built-in microphone, so you can make hands-free calls while driving. The Roav's dedicated app is a bit confusing, and it doesn't support Android Auto or CarPlay, but it's easy enough to use manually. The Roav's battery life is impressive, and it can last up to 12 hours, and it's recharged via a micro USB cable. The Roav's interface has an orange background, which some people find distracting, but the blue LEDs that indicate its battery level are a nice touch. The Roav's Bluetooth connectivity is solid, and it supports multiple users, so you can share a single transmitter with multiple phones. The Roav's range is good, and it's easily the pick of the FM transmitters we tested.
Anker Soundsync A3352 Bluetooth Receiver Music for Streaming with Bluetooth 5.0
Dual-Pairing: Connect two Bluetooth devices at once to listen to music, make phone calls, and more.*
The Anker Soundsync A3352 is an affordable Bluetooth receiver that lets you stream music wirelessly from any device, including non-Bluetooth headphones and speakers. The receiver's 5.0 Bluetooth technology is backward-compatible with 4.2 devices, so if you own older Bluetooth headphones or speakers, the A3352 will still work. The receiver comes with dual Bluetooth antennas, so it can deliver better reception and higher audio quality. The A3352 also features a built-in microphone, so you can answer calls without taking your phone out of your pocket or purse. The A3352's 12-hour battery life is great for commuting or long days at the office, and it charges over USB, so it's fast and convenient. The receiver also supports dual-device pairing, so you can connect two devices simultaneously. The A3352 is compact enough to fit in your pocket or purse, so you can take it with you anywhere.
COMSOON [Upgraded] Bluetooth Adapter AUX for Car
Dual Devices ConnectionThe portable Bluetooth audio adapter can connect to 2 devices at the same time. You never worry about missing any calls while listening to music. Once paired, the car receiver will auto-reconnect to your last paired Bluetooth devices, as long as they are within the wireless range.
The Comsoon Bluetooth receiver for car is one of the best Bluetooth receivers for car stereo that we tested. It connects easily to stereos, speakers, and wired headphones. Sound quality is good, and it's loud enough to fill a car with music. Audio is crystal-clear, with decent bass response. The built-in microphone is sensitive enough to pick up speech, and it does a good job of silencing background noise. The Comsoon Bluetooth receiver for car has an advanced Bluetooth 5.0 chip, which improves connection speed, stability, and range.
IMDEN Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter FM for Car
Multi-safety protection :comes with built-in over-current protection, over-voltage protection, intelligent temperature control, short circuit protection.
The IMDEN Bluetooth 5.0 FM Transmitter for Car has all the things most people look for in a FM transmitter. It streams audio from any device, including smartphones, tablets, and other Bluetooth-enabled devices, over the car's FM radio. The audio quality is much better than that of our previous pick, the Hudl 2, and it's also 40% less expensive. The IMDEN is also better at transmitting sound over long distances. The Hudl 2 is better at transmitting sound over short distances, and it's a bit cheaper as well. The IMDEN's call quality is also excellent; our testers were able to make and receive calls hands free, and the speaker is loud enough to hear callers even over the road noise. The IMDEN has 2 USB ports, so you can charge two devices simultaneously. The IMDEN also charges faster than our previous pick, the Hudl 2. The IMDEN's rechargeable battery lasts for about 2.5 to 3 hours, depending on volume. The IMDEN has a number of features similar to the Hudl 2, including a voice-dialing feature and a call-reject button. It also has a voice-assistant button, which you can use to play/pause music, change tracks, and answer/end calls. If you're in the market for an inexpensive FM transmitter for your car, the IMDEN is worth considering.
Anker Roav SmartCharge Bluetooth F2 FM Transmitter
Hands-Free Calls: Bluetooth 4.2 provides a strong, stable connection for reliable hands-free calling that you can hear through your cars stereo.
The Anker Roav SmartCharge F2 Bluetooth FM Transmitter is a inexpensive, well-built, and versatile Bluetooth car audio adapter. Its dual USB ports allow two devices to charge simultaneously, and its 10W output makes streaming music to a car stereo via Bluetooth a breeze. The Roav SmartCharge is also a very secure Bluetooth device, thanks to pairing via PIN code. The app used to control the Roav SmartCharge is also well designed, and it's compatible with both Android and iOS devices. The Roav SmartCharge also has a handy car locator feature, which alerts drivers when their phones are out of sight. Unfortunately, the Roav SmartCharge's FM transmission isn't as reliable as we'd like. We experienced occasional static and interference when transmitting over FM, and we found that the Roav SmartCharge works best with Bluetooth devices, not FM receivers. The Roav SmartCharge also lacks an on-screen display, and there's no remote or speakerphone feature. Also, the device's power button is located on the back of the device, which is hard to access when driving.
Nulaxy Wireless In-Car Bluetooth FM Transmitter Radio Adapter Car Kit W 1.44 Inch Supports Display TF/SD Card and USB Car Charger for All Smartphones Audio Players
Flexible Gooseneck&Bluetooth V5.0: The rotatable Gooseneck of the wireless radio adapter can provide you with an adjustable viewing angle and optimal viewing comfort of LCD display screen. With the Bluetooth V5.0 technology, the car bluetooth adapter can provide a more stable and faster connecting without intermittent disconnection.
This FM transmitter plugs directly into your car's power outlet, so it's a great choice for anyone who drives a lot. It has an LCD display, so you'll always know what song you're playing, and it's compatible with devices from a wide range of manufacturers, so you'll be able to use it with virtually any smartphone or tablet. It has decent sound quality, and it's the best FM transmitter we've tested so far for blocking outside noise. It has a small, compact design, making it an ideal choice for anyone who drives a vehicle with a small, cramped back seat. Unfortunately, it doesn't let you stream music directly from your phone, so you won't be able to take advantage of your phone's music library. It's also somewhat expensive, but it's well worth the money if you want hands-free calling in your car.
Syncwire Bluetooth 5.1 Transmitter FM for Car
Hands-free CallsThe built-in Noise Suppression (CVC) design can reduce external environmental noise well to provide crystal clear for hands-free call. All in one button: answer/reject/hand up/recall enable you seamlessly switch between incoming calls and music.
The Syncwire car FM transmitter is well-designed, easy to use, and offers a wide range of features: The Bluetooth 5.1 connection is quick and easy, and the 38W fast charger is both fast and convenient. The amplifier is powerful, and it produces deep bass and vivid sound, as well. The FM transmitter can simultaneously charge two devices, and the Type-C PD 20W port supports quick-charging, and the USB Drive function allows you to play music files from USB drive. Syncwire supports car DVR, GPS, and Bluetooth hands-free calling. The FM transmitter comes with a 6.5ft USB cable, which enables you to play your music or answer phone calls while driving. The FM transmitter is also compatible with most car models, and the included manual provides detailed instructions for using the device.