Soundfly SD WMA/MP3 Player Car Fm Transmitter for SD Card, USB Stick, Mp3 Players (iPod, Zune)

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    Soundfly SD WMA/MP3 Player Car Fm Transmitter for SD Card, USB Stick, Mp3 Players (iPod, Zune)

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    Soundfly SD lets you listen to sound files such as MP3 & WMA file stored in portable memory devices like USB flash memory & SD card, etc through your car radio speakers. It supports RDS (Radio Data System), so while listening to music, you can see the song and artist's name displayed on your car stereo. Soundfly SD transmits to all FM frequencies (88.1MHz-107.9MHz) and memorizes up to 7 FM frequencies. It comes with fully functional remote control. You can also transmit music from other Mp3 players such as iPod, Zune etc. Just plug USB or SD card in Sound-Fly & Enjoy music!
    • Transmits on all FM frequencies (88.1MHz-107.9MHz) - Memorizes up to 7 FM frequencies
    • Simple plug & play - Powers on & off automatically or with button - Reads MP3 & WMA files
    • USB port (reading data, not charging) & SD slot & 3.5mm stereo input - 3.5mm cable included for use with iPod, Zune, mp3 players
    • Remote features: Folder shift - Fast Forward & Rewind - Repetition of defined Section- Shuffle - Bookmarking
    • ID3-tag information via RDS: View song information on your compatible radio display.

    Additional Information

    Short Name Soundfly SD FM Transmitter
    SKU B0018P7WZ2
    UPC 879961001018
    Warranty 1 Year
    Connectivity USB/SD Reader / 2.5 mm Auxiliary Input (comes with 2.5 to 3.5 mm Auxiliary cable)
    Compatibility USB and SD Card (Up to 32 GB size) / All music players that have a 3.5 auxiliary output
    Product Dimensions 1.8 x 2.1 x 2.7 inches 2.5 to 3.5 mm Cable Length: 40.5 inches
    Product Weight 9 oz

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    Can Soundfly SD start playing from same point where I left when car gets turn off-on? ...

    Can Soundfly SD start playing from same point where I left when car gets turn off-on?

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      Before shutting the Soundfly off, press the BOOKMARK button on the remote. Creating a bookmark will allow you to resume playback at the point you created the bookmark once the Soundfly is powered back on.

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    I recently brought this device. I am not able to play my ipod connected to this device...

    I recently brought this device. I am not able to play my ipod connected to this device using the USB interface. Thanks in advance for your help.

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      The iPod should Not be connected to the USB port as the USB port on the Soundfly SD is specifically for reading USB thumb drives. The iPod should be connected to the aux input on the side of the unit via the provided audio cable. This will allow you to stream audio from the iPod. 

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    I've lost the instructions. Can you email a copy to me? Thank you very much!

    I've lost the instructions. Can you email a copy to me? Thank you very much!

    How do you tune the FM frequency on this transmitter? Mine seems to have a mind of...

    How do you tune the FM frequency on this transmitter? Mine seems to have a mind of it's own and changes..

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      You should be able to change the frequency by either pressing the menu button followed by the arrow keys (skip track buttons) or by simply pressing the FREQ buttons on the remote.

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    Purchased Sound-fly SD for my daughter for Christmas. We followed the directions...

    Purchased Sound-fly SD for my daughter for Christmas. We followed the directions but it does not play mp3 in SD card or IPod. We have tried several different frequencies but can get no sound . When the unit is on the static goes away but there is no music. I cannot return it to Amazon becuase it was purchased a few weeks befor Christmas and is now past the 30 day return period. Please help. Thank You

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      Are you connecting the iPod to the device through usb cable? If so, this is the problem. The usb port is only for reading usb sticks/drives or usb mp3 players. You should try plugging the included audio cable from the headphone jack on your iPod to the input on the left side of the Soundfly. As far as the SD card not reading, have you checked to make sure it is in the proper format (FAT32)? Please take a moment to review our instructional video: Satechi Soundfly SD RDS Wireless FM Transmitter

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    When I press play with my iPod some songs play fine, but the majority sound like...

    When I press play with my iPod some songs play fine, but the majority sound like they're playing through a tin can and very staticy. How do I get the songs to play normally?

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      Use your zip code to do a search on better vacant FM frequencies to try.

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    I know it comes with an extra fuse, but where to buy the additional fuses for the...

    I know it comes with an extra fuse, but where to buy the additional fuses for the Soundfly SD? Any specification for the FUSE?

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      The fuse is a f500mal 250v.

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    how much power does a soundfly SD draw? I ask this because I want to use it inside...

    how much power does a soundfly SD draw? I ask this because I want to use it inside my home with an adapter. Thanks. TD

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      The Soundfly unit draws 12V DC power.

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    What is the maxium sd read speed of the sound fly sd device?

    What is the maxium sd read speed of the sound fly sd device?

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      The Soundfly SD card reader can read up to class 10.

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    I use my Soundfly SD with SD card for my music. I listen to a lot of audiobooks....

    I use my Soundfly SD with SD card for my music. I listen to a lot of audiobooks. How do I set up folders to separate these? What do you mean when you say up to 5 levels? Is there a way to translate the hour length according to folder size, audiobooks give the number of hours and minutes playing time. Thanks for your help.

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      You can simply create as many new folders as you have audio books while the sd card is loaded in the computer (right click in the drive, select new, then click folder, drag each set of audio books to their corresponding new folders.) The 5 level depth is referring to having multiple folders within one another (a folder in another folder, in another folder, etc. up to 5 deep.) The folder size corresponds to the size of the files which then correlate to the quality of the audio file, not necessarily the duration. Thus there is no way to translate the hour length according to folder size.

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    I am wondering if it would work at home with a radio or can it only be used in a...

    I am wondering if it would work at home with a radio or can it only be used in a car?

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      The Soundfly will work at home without an AC/DC converter by simply connecting a male to male USB cable from one end to a computer and the other to the USB port on the unit.

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    Can Soundfly SD fast forward through large audio files?

    Can Soundfly SD fast forward through large audio files?

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      Yes it can.

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    Does the Soundfly SD have a shutdown button?

    Does the Soundfly SD have a shutdown button?

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      Yes but you need to have the remote control.

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    Is it possible to fast forward without remote?

    Is it possible to fast forward without remote?

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      Not it is not.

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    How many folders and files I can have within an SD card or USB thumb drive?

    How many folders and files I can have within an SD card or USB thumb drive?

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      Soundfly SD support up to 99 folders(up to 5 level depth) and 1999 songs in SD card and USB thumb drive.

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    Is it possible to play DRM protected files with my Soundfly SD?

    Is it possible to play DRM protected files with my Soundfly SD?

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      No.Because of the digital copyrights Soundfly cannot play the digitally protected files.

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    What is the maximum capacity for SD card or USB flash drive?

    What is the maximum capacity for SD card or USB flash drive?

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      You can use up to 32 GB SDHC cards or USB thumb drives formatted as FAT32 file system.

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    How many stations can be preset?

    How many stations can be preset?

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      Soundfly SD can memorize up to 7 presets FM stations.

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    Before i turn the device off, can it memorize the point where I left off before I...

    Before i turn the device off, can it memorize the point where I left off before I shut it off?

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      No you need to make a BOOKMARK point in order Soundfly unit can resume playing from that point when you turn it on.

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    Does Soundfly support RDS?

    Does Soundfly support RDS?

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      Yes if your car stereo supports RDS, then Soundfly will show the song information on your car stereo screen of your music files have IDv3 tag information.

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    Can I use the Soundfly to play music thru my other mp3 player?

    Can I use the Soundfly to play music thru my other mp3 player?

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      Yes you can use the auxiliary cable(2.5mm to 3.5 mm) comes with the transmitter to play music through your external units.

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    Can the Soundfly shuffle songs?

    Can the Soundfly shuffle songs?

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      Yes it shuffles in all folders.

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    Is USB charging possible with the Soundfly SD?

    Is USB charging possible with the Soundfly SD?

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      No it can only read data from USB flash drives. It doesn't have charging capability.

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    Can Soundfly SD play any other formats than MP3 and WMA?

    Can Soundfly SD play any other formats than MP3 and WMA?

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      Not in the SD card or USB thumb drive.

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    Can Soundfly SD play loss-less WMA files?

    Can Soundfly SD play loss-less WMA files?

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      No it cannot play loss-less WMAs.

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    Customer Reviews

    • OB
    • posted by: OB
    • posted on: 9/30/2013
    It's great but it could be better I bought one of these and I have to admit that I really love it. It gives me the ability to have large portions of my music collection with me whenever I travel in my car.

    I did have an initial problem with the device not working with the Super Talent 32GB SDHC car, so don't use that particular card.

    It can still be greatly improved int the following areas
    1. After a power off it resumes play at the beginning of the song, unless you bookmark the location, An automatic bookmark would be better. If it did this automatically you could get around the 1,000 file or song limit, by wrapping albums into a single file.
    2. The play sequence seems to be completely based on folder creation date.
    It would be better if it allowed you to sequence folders using numbers to get the desired play order.
    3. It never shows the folder name when playing, If you want to skip a folder or skip to a folder it can be confusing.

    But overall this thing is great and I highly recommend it.
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    • Radioman
    • posted by: Radioman
    • posted on: 6/20/2013
    Great product for the money. Older units would randomly skip tracks, however this new unit sounds like it was re-designed; I have not had a track skip yet, and have been playing it daily for a few weeks. Older units in shuffle mode used to play random songs but then repeat a lot of them. This new unit can repeat a few in random mode, but that is the definition of random; this mode sounds like it was also re-designed. This product has a large coverage area. I use one with a power supply to transmit audio information throughout my whole house, and probably a few of the neighbor's houses.
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    • kar94
    • posted by: kar94
    • posted on: 5/4/2013
    Very pleased You can't go wrong with this little device. It has great sound, bilt well, with ease to use. I had my music on my computer already, put it on a 8GB USB card, plug in and start listening. I also like the folder options. I purchesed 2 of these Suondfly's
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    • Bill A
    • posted by: Bill A
    • posted on: 2/4/2013
    Great sound quality even on 'busy' frequencies. Quality of sound is worth the price alone. Far better than any other FM Transmitter that I have tried. The remote unit makes operating the Soundfly on the move much easier.
    Would be a 5-Star product if it had a better Owner Manual that fully explained each function step by step.
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    • Oculos
    • posted by: Oculos
    • posted on: 1/25/2013
    One limitation It can't play m4a files from an SD card nor from a USB stick. All my files in iTunes are m4a. After putting 500 songs on an SD card Soundfly could not play them. I can connect my ipod or iPhone with a cable to the Soundfly unit and then the files will play. But I was hoping for the cleaner option of an SD card and no wires. The FM transmission is pretty quiet. Overall I like it despite the fact that it can only read mp3 files from the USB and SD card inputs.
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    • unixrat
    • posted by: unixrat
    • posted on: 12/12/2012
    10+ the device is excellent for what I purchased for: Audio Books, and music too. Having FF-Rewind gives it a big advantage to other low cost mp3 players.
    I definitely recommend the product.

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    • ss
    • posted by: ss
    • posted on: 8/28/2012
    Great product Was worried to try FM transmitter. All my previous ones were bad. This was awesome. sound was good and after sometime i forgot that i was listening to FM transmitter. Few cons on track selection and playing random tracks are there but i don't mind it given the sound. I havent tried it on long trips though but overall its really good.
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    • Joe
    • posted by: Joe
    • posted on: 3/16/2012
    Great product I have really enjoyed my Soundfly. The sound is great with little interference or static from other stations. Plus my kids really like the remote since it gives them a chance to select songs (or skip songs) they want to hear and I don't have to be distracted by doing it for them. Well done Satechi.
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    • Rusty
    • posted by: Rusty
    • posted on: 8/12/2011
    Great product! FM quality sound. Strong signal. Little to no static.LED easy to see display. Volume, equalizer and shuffle function.
    Only thing is shuffle does not have memory so it will replay songs before list is done.
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    • Gunner Sugden
    • posted by: Gunner Sugden
    • posted on: 7/8/2011
    Great Product Bought one 2 months ago and haven't stopped using it.
    Works really well with USB and MP3 ain't tried SD yet though. very little interference from other stations
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    • tommohawk
    • posted by: tommohawk
    • posted on: 6/2/2011
    Good sound quality, well built, but weird display I found sound quality excellent - no probs with interference and havent had to retune in new locations as yet.

    The web site says Soundfly will handle 99 folders and 1999 tracks.

    Actually it will hold well in excess of 99 folders – I checked it up to 400 folders. However the folder number displayed on the Soundfly is only correct up to 99. Over that number, it displays a dash in front of the 2 digits. So folder 101 displays as ,d01 and 201 also displays as ,d01.

    The folder number does not display via the car RDS/tag system.

    With regard to the capacity of music files, the Soundfly displays correctly up to 1999 - however it seems to hold and play in excess of 9500. But the first digit can only display as 1, so eg track 2031 displays as 1031 etc.

    The track number displays correctly via the RDS/tag system.

    The folder ordering is also quirky. The RDS/tag system displays track number, artist, and track title. But it doesn’t display the album name. It orders by top level folder name, then by second level folder name etc as you would expect. However, it appears to order the shallowest folder depths first, and then the deeper ones after. So B/your_tracks, is before A/Ayour_tracks.

    Bet bet would be to ensure unifrom folder depth.

    Woould be 5* if not for quirky display.
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