Wednesday, January 24, 2024

Syncwire Aux cable and Bluetooth FM transmitter review

Today, I’m here to tell you about two products. That was sent to me by Syncwire. I received Their Lightning to 3.5mm Auxiliary Audio Cable and the Bluetooth 5.3 FM Transmitter Car Charging Adapter 48W

Lightning cable is great for plugging into speakers that do not have Bluetooth such as my sound bar for my TV and I can also plug it into other things like Alexa, even though I can do it via Bluetooth as well. The sound bar I would say is definitely my biggest use of the cable and that is why I wanted it I Didn't have any kind of loss of sound everything sounds great. Another use for this is in a car that has an AUX port. My current vehicle doesn’t have one of those, but I do sometimes carpool with someone who does. And occasionally I’ll plug in to play music and it worked great for that as well. The cable is a nice well-made braided cable with the ends feeling made from very nice sturdy materials. I don’t feel like this will break down over a short period and actually will last a long time if cared for properly. There is information on the cable so that if you ever need to order another one, you can tell who the brand is it shows that logo on one end and Syncwire on the other. This cable comes with a three-year warranty, and it covers defects in the material or workmanship under normal use during the warranty. The company will replace or refund products that prove defective because of improper material or workmanship under normal use, at no charge.

The FM transmitter has your typical shape and size for a car charger. It includes two USB ports and a USB-C port on one side. It does have a button for Bluetooth on the side. Also has a knob that can be used to turn the volume up or down or rewind or skip songs, that knob can also be pressed down to answer and disconnect a call. While I do like the call-answering feature. I find it hard to use because where my cigarette lighter is it’s not something I can easily reach. The knob is also how you set your channel which is displayed on a small screen on the device itself you can pick your channel now I have tried quite a few devices like this and I did have one that I had finally found that I liked but after just a year and a half it died and would not work anymore so I started the search again because I don’t have an AUX port on my radio and my CD player does not work. I have found that local radio is just not what I would like to listen to so I do tend to listen to headphones, but there’s nothing like blasting music in the car so I’ve been on the hunt for one that I could get a good connection and good sound quality. Going through and setting this up was very simple. It’s actually the best one set up wise that I’ve ever had. I was able to find a channel without interference that worked with the device without having to try a lot of different channels previously I always got a lot of interference. I found that the quality on this was good and I was able to get a pretty clear sound what I have not figured out, however, is that I could have my phone turned all the way up and it’s very low on the radio I have to actually turn the radio to almost the max as well to be able to hear it when on highways. I will say that I think it’s something I changed because when I first started using it, the sound was much different. It was louder so it’s something that I am trying to figure out. I was using a different channel on the radio originally but my husband changed it before I could write it down so I don’t know what it was so it could be a chance. I need to try another channel to get a better connection, but I’m still able to Hear music and my directions at the same time but it was triggering the headphone volume level warning on my iPhone throughout the time I was using it. Overall I really do like this product but I do have some bugs to work out. I will have a friend try it out as well because I do have an older car 2004 so it could be just something limited by my vehicle. I’ll update you and let you know how that goes.

Update on the Fm transmitter. I had my friend who has a 2011 Ford Fusion and they DID NOT have to turn the Volume to full to be able to hear it. So it appears it is a limitation of my older vehicle. Chris (Who you have seen on our YouTube channel recently) also said that this performed better for him than his previous favorite of the Monster Fm adapter sold by Best Buy. He found it easy to set up and use. He had no problem putting the device into pairing mode and connecting as a 2nd device. 

I found Syncwires products to be well made and well worth the price.

Disclosure: I received one or more products for review purposes only. Despite the free item, my opinions remain 100% Honest and my own. This post may contain affiliate links, if clicked I may receive compensation.

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