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**Bluetooth FM Transmitter Series **

Nulaxy First 1.8" Color Screen FM Transmitter KM28 (https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07F71NMQS) WAS(AUD28.99NOW AUD23.19 With CODE: 【3KOJVE9F】

Nulaxy Bluetooth FM Transmitter 1.8" Color Screen Wireless Receiver Car Kit W QC3.0 Quick Charge, Read Car Battery Voltage, Handsfree Calling, Support USB Drive, TF Card, AUX, EQ Mode

Nulaxy Bluetooth FM Transmitter KM24 (https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07CMLRG27) WAS(AUD23.99NOW AUD16.79 With CODE: 【6P77TPVH】
Nulaxy Bluetooth Car FM Transmitter Audio Adapter Receiver Wireless Handsfree Voltmeter Car Kit TF Card AUX USB 1.44 Display On/Off Button Folder Play Mode

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    I don't understand?
    What are you selling? What does it do? Is it a bargain or are you just advertising??


    I bought one of these yesterday. RIP $8.

  • +1 vote

    I’ve got one of these FM transmitters. The microphone in call quality is poor and the unit interferes with majority of FM stations even when selecting a different frequency.


    Thanks, was about to buy a second one of these, I have a KM24 and have been happy with it.


    Is it legal to use / interact with these devices for 'handsfree' incoming calls?
    I know you can't legally touch a mobile phone while driving, and would have thought these (and other similar devices) were also regulated.


      VIC Roads states:

      Using a mobile phone while driving is prohibited, except to make or receive a phone call or to use its audio/music functions provided the phone:

      • is secured in a commercially designed holder fixed to the vehicle, or
      • can be operated by the driver without touching any part of the phone, and the phone is not resting on any part of the driver's body.

      All other functions (including video calls, texting, emailing, task management, photography, social media, shopping and share economy apps) are prohibited.


      Since you're you're not touching the phone, I presume you'd be okay. It would probably be comparable to operating the controls on your in-dash stereo etc

  • +1 vote

    I have the KM24 and it's fantastic, going from a car with Bluetooth to one with a Tape Deck I needed something and it's proved itself very well.
    Strangely I've found plugging in a USB cable into the USB port removes a lot of interference.

    You do have to also try a few different frequencies to find minimal interference, but for me now I've found the sweet spot where once I turn the music up to a listening level it honestly sounds no different to direct Bluetooth.

    Was looking at the KM28 just two days ago when finding a link for the KM24 to send to a friend, looks to be pretty much the same but a better screen.

  • +1 vote

    From $22.99 on eBay.