[Review] Aukey FM Transmitter

The Good

It’s all good with the Aukey FM transmitter, the audio quality is crystal clear. Using this transmitter is very simple. You pick a station that has no static, then you put the transmitter on that station. After that you plug the 3.5mm cable into your phone and listen away. After a few minutes the bright red LEDs automatically turn off. This is nice when you’re driving at night. There are only two physical buttons on the FM Transmitter, which control the radio frequency you’re on.


The Bad

For some reason the base of the transmitter (the part that goes into the cigarette lighter) slips out periodically.


The Ugly

Nothing ugly going on with this FM transmitter.


  • Weight: 2.4oz

What’s in the Box:

  • Aukey BT-C4 Wireless FM Transmitter Radio Car Kit
  • User Manual

Final Thoughts

When I was presented with the opportunity to review this transmitter I had to jump on it. I’m definitely glad I did.  Aukey’s FM transmitter brought my out-dated Jetta right into the present. I was actually still burning CD’s before this. Now I just plug my iPhone in and boot up my playlist. Bluetooth sound has come pretty far because it sounds great. I would recommend this to anyone who has an older car that doesn’t have the standard 3.5mm Aux input. As always check out the product link below.


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Chris Battle
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