Bluetooth FM Transmitter Brandon FL

Portable media players are a great tool for listening to music and you can enjoy using them in your car with a bluetooth FM transmitter, which will wirelessly connect your device to your car's radio. Here you’ll find additional information on bluetooth FM transmitters as well as local companies and providers that may help you in your search.

General Electronics Corporation
(813) 685-1900
214 E Robertson St
Brandon, FL
 
Eng Gadgets Incorporated
(813) 837-2980
3910 S Macdill Ave
Tampa, FL
 
Audio Visual Innovations
(813) 286-2356
700 N West Shore Blvd
Tampa, FL
 
Audio Service Plus Incorporated
(813) 248-4760
3802 E 8th Ave
Tampa, FL
 
Philips Consumer Electronics
(813) 621-8181
1911 N Us Highway 301
Tampa, FL
 
Digital Offsite Inc.
(813) 376-8101
3250 Parkside Center Circle
Tampa, FL
Services
Information Technology Services, Home Theaters Custom Installation, Electronics, Computer Consultants, Home Automation Systems and Service
Payment Options
Personal Checks, Cash Only

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Jefferson Electronics
(813) 239-2500
1040 W Hillsborough Ave
Tampa, FL
 
Ecs Electronic Cash
(813) 871-3834
3405 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Tampa, FL
 
Teletron Tv & Vcr Service
(813) 621-2431
4050 E Hillsborough Ave
Tampa, FL
 
P & D Electronics Incorporated
(813) 837-3942
2808 W Tyson Ave
Tampa, FL
 
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The Venturi Mini

The Venturi Mini

Recently I did a review on a Bluetooth hands free solution that was in my estimation one of the best solutions I have ever used. In a nut shell it had a great quality case, excellent sound reproduction and the FM transmission was absolutely terrific. Shortly after that review I was contacted by a representative of the makers of the Venturi Mini and they asked if I would like to look at their device and if I liked it, would I review it. Frankly I was impressed with the confidence they expressed in the quality of their device so I said I would look at it and I am pleased that I did. The Venturi Mini is quite a bit different than the typical hands free solution you see on the market today. The device does not attach to your sun visor but rather plugs directly into your cars DC outlet where it then will tune to an available space in the FM radio bandwidth. All sound from calls or from streaming music plays through your cars audio system. As soon as you pair your device to the Venturi Mini , you are able to listen to music and hear phone calls over the car speakers. A2DP technology allows high quality stereo audio to be transferred from your device and if you have multiple devices, it will allow you to connect up to four. For this review, I used two devices (Motorola Q9m and the Cingular 8525). You can read the review here

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