Amazon.com: Customer reviews: VicTsing (Upgraded Version) V5.0 Bluetooth FM Transmitter for Car, QC3.0 & LED Backlit Wireless Bluetooth FM Radio Adapter Music Player/Car Kit with Hands-Free Calls, Siri Google Assistant
Had to leave a 5-star review - I had an issue with the first transmitter I received where the audio was dropping out consistently (for less than a second) every 26 seconds or so. I contacted VicTsing about it, asking if it was broken or there was something wrong with the way I was using it. They asked for a copy of my order number here from Amazon, so I sent them that, and that was the last I heard from them. Then, a couple days later I received a new transmitter in the mail that works perfectly, without even knowing it was coming. If that's not customer service, I don't know what is.
As far as the transmitter itself goes, it couldn't be any easier to operate and use - it's completely plug-n-play, ready to be paired on first power up, then auto-connects flawlessly to the same device from that point forward. Simply tune your radio to the same frequency as the transmitter and you're set!
Audio quality may vary depending on your location and the number of radio station signals there, but in my case, the audio quality is surprisingly very close to that of being plugged in directly to my stereo. I'm using an older 4th gen iTouch to play music from as well, which is using a low data rate Bluetooth 2.1 chip so, I kind of expected lower quality audio but it sounds great.
Awesome product, and awesome customer service. Can't complain.
Nifty little device that performs as advertised. Well made and well packaged. Purchased to use in a 2005 luxury vehicle that looks and runs great but lacks today's bells and whistles. No touchscreen, no GPS, no USB, no audio inputs. Has an in dash CD and an OEM CD changer in the trunk, so I was primarily buying the Bluetooth transmitter for use with my iPhone 6S to place/receive calls and for use with GPS maps when driving.
Pros: Super easy to set up. Unit looks nice and it was a snap to connect to a blank FM frequency. Paired with the phone right away. My vehicle does not deliver power to the cigarette lighter when the engine is turned off, so no problem with turning the Bluetooth transmitter on and off. When I fire up the engine I am ready to use the device. Audio is clear and it picks up my voice well, or so I am told. Note - works best if the volume on your phone is maxed out and you control volume with the audio system in the car. I can use the button on the transmitter to disconnect the phone call if I want to and the phone automatically selects the Bluetooth transmitter when I place a call or use maps.
Cons: Not any really. In my case the cigarette lighter is inside of a pop up panel on the dash and I was using a small USB interface plugged into the socket and the door would close when not in use. Unfortunately this unit sticks out too far so I have to leave the door open all the time. I doubt many people would have this issue and regardless the transmitter is not terribly large, it is just my particular situation. Also I live in a very dense metro area and there are FM stations on every other frequency. As a result I get some static in the background, but I found that if I max the phone volume I can keep the audio system volume at a level that minimizes the issue. I can't even hear it hardly over the air conditioning most of the time.
All in all, for the money, it does what I want it to do. Looks nice, feels well made and is unobtrusive. so far, so good.
Had other FM transmitters in the past that just didn't work but now I finally found one that works. Pairs up to my phone in less than 5 seconds and the sound quality is great. I love that I can turn it off by pressing the channel button for 3 seconds since my SUV 12v socket are always on. I play music from my phone and there is no difference in sound quality than if I was playing a CD or listening to FM radio.
This thing is great. I’m a cop and cover a large county and FM service sucks. This thing plugs into the car perfect. It’s easy to use and small so it doesn’t get in the way of the computer. I can jam out to whatever I want when I want. No static ever. I leave it on the channel it came on and seems to work fine. I do wish the blue lights were a bit more dim. It’s a good thing the computer covers it from eyesight because it could be a little bright at night. Took me a while to figure out that you can control the volume on this thing too. Didn’t even have to read the instructions it is pretty simple.
Bought one for my car that doesn't have an aux. Impressed with the build quality, audio quality, and the quick charge feature. I have a Motorola phone and this puts it in Turbo Charge mode no problem. Was super simple to pair up to my phone and get it tuned to a dead FM channel. Sounds like CD quality sound to me. Just understand at times there could slight interference from the outside world as your driving around. Nothing that's made me turn it off or change channel though once I found a good channel in my area.
What is especially nice about this VicTsing too, no usb power cable or aux cable running all over the dash. Clean look and the family doesn't have to worry about what cable is what.
Depending on the placement of your device, the phone call mic quality could suffer. Good in my car, not so good in my wife's. But I still hear her ok for quick calls.
I had previously tested an FM transmitter that was less than perfect so I was skeptical as to whether the technology had progressed. Let me assure you it has. This device is fanatastic. It pairs easily and quickly with both my Android phone, my Amazon Fire tablet and my Apple Ipod. Easy to find and match an empty station. 87.9 works well within a 500 mile radius at least and the sound quality is amazing. Not tinny like the past technology. Great investment for the money!
I really like this Bluetooth FM transmitter! I've had it for a few days and I use it for my 2005 Toyota Corolla. Since my car did not have Bluetooth capability or an auxiliary port, this device has allowed my car sound system to play music and use Google Maps navigation from my phone. It saved me a lot of money from purchasing an aftermarket car stereo. I previously used an FM transmitter with Bluetooth 4.2 , but it would constantly skip every two minutes. I decided to get this Bluetooth 5.0 FM transmitter and there is no skipping. It's easy to set up. It's best to Google "blank radio stations" and choose a blank FM radio station for the Bluetooth transmitter and the same one for your car stereo. I had to turn up my phone and Bluetooth transmitter volume all the way to hear it on my car stereo system (at a respectable volume). The transmitter also saves my settings and automatically connects to my phone everytime I start my car. It also displays your car battery voltage everytime you start your car. The only slight downside is that your blank radio station setting may or may not work (without interference) if you drive from city to city. From my experience, I started to hear some radio static interference when I drove to a new city and had to change to a blank radio station in that new city to hear great, interference-free sound again. Other than that slight inconvenience, this is still a great product with excellent sound quality! I highly recommend it!
I had purchased other Bluetooth FM transmitters (all of them Bluetooth v. 4.2) and unfortunately, they were plagued by interference issues. I decided to give it one more try and purchased the VicTsing V5.0 Bluetooth FM Transmitter. Works great, no interference and the price point is reasonable for what you get! Its worth your hard earned money to consider this item if your in the market for a Bluetooth wireless transmitter for your car!