In a world of smartphones without headphone jacks, if your car doesn't have Bluetooth, it can be really difficult to stream music through its speakers. Nobody wants to suffer through radio ads and the same 12 songs played on repeat. If your vehicle is lacking, pick up the VicTsing Bluetooth FM Transmitter (opens in new tab) for only $12.34 thanks to a price drop to $13 and an on-page coupon taking a further 5% off at Amazon. That's 34% off the normal cost, plus you'll get free shipping with Amazon Prime (opens in new tab).
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If your vehicle doesn't have Bluetooth, here's a super inexpensive way to change that.
Whether your phone doesn't play well with aux cables, or your stereo just doesn't have wireless streaming capabilities, this transmitter can help add new functionality to your vehicle. It'll play media through your vehicle's speakers via an empty radio station. Pro tip: use an app like ClearFM to find the perfect one for your locale. Then simply set both your radio and the transmitter to that frequency and pair it to your phone via Bluetooth to begin playing your own tunes. Alternatively, you could load up a USB flash drive (opens in new tab) with music so you don't have to pair a phone at all.
As well as getting your music onto your car stereo wirelessly, this gadget has two USB ports so doubles as a car charger. One of the ports is even Quick Charge 3.0-enabled so you can get a fast charge going on compatible devices. There's a dedicated button for taking calls as well as a noise-cancelling mic for crystal clear audio. It also has an LED light that makes it easy to find and plug in your gear in the dark.
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