Stream Mobile Audio To Your Car Stereo
HV-BT017 Bluetooth FM transmitter & Car Charger can transmit audio files from mobile devices to car stereo system via FM radio signal. Full channels optional from 87.5-108.0MHz.
Built-in MIC, hands-free voice chatting, set your hands free during answer the calls and let you safely drive.
One button for multi-functional control, including pre/ next song, pause/ play, answer/ reject calls.
Dual USB ports
HV-BT017 Bluetooth FM transmitter & Car Charger support charging two devices simultaneously.The USB port:B can serve as a USB reader so you can play the music from the USB disk.
Support all types of devices such as Apple iPhone 7/ 7+/SE/6s, Samsung Galaxy, iPads, and other smartphones and tablets, GPS units, iPods, MP3 players and more.
Universal for all types of devices
Apple iPhone 7/ 7+/SE/6s, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge iPads, other smartphones and tablets, GPS units, iPods, MP3 players and more.
- Bluetooth version: JL 2.1
- Bluetooth Protocol:AVRCP,HFP,A2DP
- Screen Display：Yellow LED digital display
- Frequency range: 87.5-108.0MHZ
- Frequency stability: ±10ppml
- FM Transmit Distance: about 5 m
- Bluetooth Distance: about10 m
- Product Input:12-24V
- Charger output: 5V/3.4A
- Music Format: MP3
- USB(Max capacity): 32GB
- USB : FAT32
- Product Weight: 34 g
- Product Dimensions: L34 * W34 * H86 mm
- 1x Bluetooth FM transmitter
- 1x User manual
- Transmit audio files from mobile devices to car stereo system via FM
- Built-in Mic
- One button only
- Two USB charging ports
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
So far so good!
Good ergonomic design.
I switched from a regular mouse to the Havit and pain in my wrist is slowly going down.
Excellent choice for the money!
I really like this item so far. It does everything that it's supposed to do. I like how it is dual purposed. I am able to use hands free calling which works great. Also I'm able to keep my phone charged and even use a USB to play my music on it. It's very easy to connect with my phone's Bluetooth. I highly recommend this product.
I love to listen to my music when I drive but I have an older car with no Aux/Bluetooth capabilities, etc to play music on my phone in my car. I've tried other transmitters from Best Buy and stuff, even ones that costed upwards of $50 and they've all let me down. But not this one. The sound I get out of this transmitter is crystal clear. The Bluetooth is super handy for keeping my car free of cords and the hands-free calling works beautifully. Even when I have the volume way up, this product still delivers a clear sound. $17 is practically stealing for how good this works. I love streaming my music and it does great.I would highly recommend.I did get a discount for my unbiased opinion.
Anyone who knows me knows how much I love my music. They also know I have this beast of an Aztek that's not exactly tech friendly. Don't get me wrong, I love my stereo. It has a great sound. It came equipped with a cassette deck *and* CD player, which, for a 2001, was quite a luxury. But, in 2018 cassettes and CDs are pretty obsolete. I don't have a Bluetooth connection. I don't even have an auxiliary jack. So I bought a cassette adapter. You know, one of those things that you pop into your cassette deck and plug into your phone so you can play your music through your radio? That worked great. Until it didn't. Now it's stuck in the cassette deck. Ughh. So then I started driving around with a Bluetooth speaker in my car. Totally not the same. And what a pain dragging that everywhere. Just one more thing to have to leave the house with. Then I came across this gizmo. A Bluetooth FM Transmitter by Havit. I love the name of the company. I Havit. You Havit. Gotta Havit. Okay, anyway... As long as you have a phone with a Bluetooth connection, a working cigarette lighter port, and an FM radio, you can play music from your phone through your car. Ahhh modern technology! I was soooo excited when this came in the mail. When I got it to my car and plugged it into my lighter port, nothing happened. Guess how bummed I was. I have a second port in my backseat for charging, so I tried that one. It powers there. Not sure what the issue is with my lighter port. But, good to know it doesn't have to be the *lighter* port specifically. Any 12v car port will do. Pairing with my phone was simple. Just turn on my Bluetooth and search. It easily found the transmitter, and a voice told me they were paired. I matched the transmitter and my stereo to a station that wasn't in use and BAM I once again had my playlist in my speakers. Happy day!! :) It has a couple USB ports on it for charging, so that's handy. It also has a built in mic, so it doubles as a hands free for your phone calls. Th...