Soundfly View Bluetooth FM Transmitter with 2.0 inch Screen, WMA/MP3 Player for SD Card, USB Car Charger, iPhone 5C, 5S, 5 & 4S, iPad 2 & 3, Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, Note, Blackberry and Windows Smartphones & Tablets

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    Soundfly View Bluetooth FM Transmitter with 2.0 inch Screen, WMA/MP3 Player for SD Card, USB Car Charger, iPhone 5C, 5S, 5 & 4S, iPad 2 & 3, Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, Note, Blackberry and Windows Smartphones & Tablets

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    A Bluetooth Fm Transmitter—with 2.0 inch LCD screen and user-friendly intuitive controls— Soundfly View allows you to make hands-free calls and wirelessly streams music from your mobile device to any car stereo.




     

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    2.0 inch LCD screen

    Soundfly View can display your mobile phone's information: incoming call number, phonebook, last numbers dialed, current playing song name & artist, number of songs and FM station.


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    Bluetooth A2DP & AVRCP 1.3

    Bluetooth A2DP technology enables wireless transmission of music from your mobile phone. Via Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3 profile, Soundfly View can display current playing track name and artist information.

     

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    Radio Data System

    Soundfly View supports RDS (Radio Data System), so when you receive a phone call, caller id will be displayed on your RDS compatible car stereo, or while listening to music, you can see the song and artist's name displayed on your car stereo.


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    SD Card Slot

    Soundfly View allows you to listen to MP3 sound files stored in your an SD Card through your car radio speakers. Music can play through both Fm frequency and direct connection with Aux port in your car. It also lets you navigate through files and folders in your SD card.

     

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    Aux Input & Output

    Soundfly View can play music through both Fm frequency and direct connection with Aux port in your car. A 3.5 mm aux input jack is compatible with about any portable music player or mobile phone. A 3.5 mm auxiliary cable is included.


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    Remote Control

    Soundfly View is equipped with a fully functional remote control. You can Answer/End Calls, change volume, change frequency, Folder Shift, Play/Pause, Fast Forward & Rewind, Shuffle/ Repeat or Bookmark your favorite songs through the remote.

    • Simple plug & play - Bluetooth Ver. 2.1+EDR - Hands-free, AVRCP 1.3, A2DP - Reads MP3 & WMA files
    • Transmits on all FM frequencies (88.1MHz-107.9MHz) - RDS (Radio Data System) - Caller ID and song information on your compatible radio display.
    • Standard USB port for charging (5V 1 Amp), SD slot for music playback, built-in microphone & 3.5mm stereo output & input 3.5mm cable included
    • Remote features - Answer/End calls, Folder Shift, Play/Pause, Fast Forward & Rewind, Frequency Up/Down, Shuffle/Repeat/Normal, Bookmark

    Additional Information

    Short Name Soundfly View Bluetooth FM Transmitter
    SKU B006GHBVGI
    UPC 879961002480
    Warranty 1 Year
    Connectivity Bluetooth v2.1 A2DP & AVRCP / 3.5mm auxiliary input & output / USB charging port / SD card reader
    Compatibility All Bluetooth devices with Bluetooth A2DP & AVRCP / SD Card reader (can read up to 64gb SDHC/SDXC cards) / All MP3 players with 3.5mm auxiliary output jack / Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, and Note / ***Android Compatibility: currently not all are supported***
    Product Dimensions 3.2" x 2.5" x 0.6" / Neck length: 8.5" / Goose neck length: 5.9"
    Product Weight 1 lb

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    How do you invoke siri? That is, I get in the car and want to do a siri command......

    How do you invoke siri? That is, I get in the car and want to do a siri command... how do I do that without touching the iPhone?

    • A.

      To activate Siri, hold down the call button on the Soundfly View. 

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    How do you play a random selection from the SD card?

    How do you play a random selection from the SD card?

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      You may put the Soundfly View into shuffle mode by holding down the jog wheel for a few seconds to enter the main menu, next select MP3 Player, then select MP3 Play Mode and then Shuffle Play.

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    is there a on and off switch in the soundly or we have to take it out of car cigrette...

    is there a on and off switch in the soundly or we have to take it out of car cigrette lighter all the time. It drains the battery out if we leave it there?

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      To power the Soundfly View off press and hold down the power button (red phone) on the unit for about 4 seconds. It shouldn’t drain the battery much unless you don’t use the car for weeks at a time. That is if the cigarette lighter socket in your vehicle is always being powered. 

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    Hi, the device works very well! However I would like to know how are the folders,...

    Hi, the device works very well! However I would like to know how are the folders, from a SD card, sorted. I do not manage to understand the sort scheme. It s not sorted by name, Main/sub Folders or dates like on the SD structure seen from any PC. Thanks in advance for you help, Regards Francois TIEBOT

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      The Soundfly should play the files on the SD card in the order that they were copied on the SD card (indicated by the date created time stamp.)  In other words, if you want to play several files in a particular order, you will need to copy them to the SD card in the intended order. However, I would recommend adding a files/folders to the card waiting one minute then adding the next file and so on (so that the creation date is not the same as the previously added song). 

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    Hi I have a Soundfly View. It works very well on smooth roads. However we live...

    Hi I have a Soundfly View. It works very well on smooth roads. However we live in an area where a lot of the roads have potholes and are very bumpy. I often find that the bumps make the Soundfly lose power (I'm guessing it momentarily loses power from the cigar lighter). As I listen mostly to podcasts on an SD card, I often lose my place and have to go back to the most recent bookmark. Is there anything you can suggest to stop this happening? Thanks

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      I would suggest using a 12v socket adapter the in the vehicle to allow the Soundfly to fit more snug.

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    Is the backlit display color changeble? So it can match the cars displays? The pictures...

    Is the backlit display color changeble? So it can match the cars displays? The pictures show me blue but the video shows me orange! I'm need orange.

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      Yes, the Soundfly View can display in blue, orange, and white. 

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    Can I stream music from internet radio?

    Can I stream music from internet radio?

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      Yes.

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    Why does the sound cut off after about 2-5 seconds of playing on my Samsung Galaxy...

    Why does the sound cut off after about 2-5 seconds of playing on my Samsung Galaxy S2. I then tried it with my Apple iPad 1, and it worked perfectly, not cutting out at all. Any ideas?

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      When music is streaming via Bluetooth on the Soundfly View, two functions are utilized. One is A2DP and the other is AVRCP. A2DP correlates with music streaming and AVRCP corresponds to the remote control function. The issue you've encountered is due to the View opening A2DP and AVRCP simultaneously when streaming music.  However, in most versions of the Android OS these functions are not always in sync with each other. For example, when ending your music stream, AVRCP stops but sometimes A2DP doesn’t stop. We basically had to choose one thing to focus on among A2DP and AVRCP when developing the Soundfly View. We chose to follow this AVRCP signal based on the fact that iPhone’s A2DP didn’t stop for 5~10 seconds after music stopped. Subsequently, at this point we decided to shift our focus more towards the iPhone's OS. As a result, the View's application of AVRCP is different than most Android phones (as they appear to have incorrect AVRCP protocol). However, we have recently addressed this issue in our latest revision of the product and are currently awaiting this new batch of units. I will notify you as soon as they are available, at which point, we will gladly exchange your current version with one that will fully support your Droid's Bluetooth protocol.

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    • A.

      The issue you are experiencing is related to the version of android you are using and can be resolved by downloading and running a free app from the marketplace called A2DP Volume (by jimroal)

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    How many files and folders can the Soundfly View read on an SD card?

    How many files and folders can the Soundfly View read on an SD card?

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      It recognizes up to 32gb (approx. 1999 files) and supports 99 folder directories with up to 5-level folder depths.

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    Does it support WMA Lossless files on an SD card?

    Does it support WMA Lossless files on an SD card?

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      No, unfortunately the Soundflys do not support Lossless files.

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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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    Why isn't the track info from Pandora displaying on my Soundfly despite still being...

    Why isn't the track info from Pandora displaying on my Soundfly despite still being able to stream this audio from my Android phone?

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      "Unfortunately, that's not currently a feature of Pandora on Android."

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      Listener Support
      PANDORA® internet radio

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    Can the USB port be used for playing music thru my iPod or other MP3 players?

    Can the USB port be used for playing music thru my iPod or other MP3 players?

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      No, it can only charge your (USB charging supported) devices.

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

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

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      It can play any format through the 3.5mm stereo cable but only MP3 or WMA from an SD card.

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    What are the maximum recommended distances between source and transmitter for blue...

    What are the maximum recommended distances between source and transmitter for blue tooth and between transmitter and FM receiver? Is the blue tooth functionality compatible with ipad? All apps or just itunes?

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      The maximum distance the Bluetooth device can reach the transmitter is 5 yards. The Bluetooth functionality is fully compatible with iPads. It also supports most (if not all) apps including internet radio, not just iTunes.

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    What are the differences between this and the Soundfly BT Ultimate?

    What are the differences between this and the Soundfly BT Ultimate?

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      The Soundfly View has a built in microphone with improved output sound quality. It has a nice lcd interface as well as a jogwheel mechanism that allows for quick and easy browsing through menu functions. It supports voice recognition software such as the iphone 4s’ “Siri.” It can display current playing track names and artist information via the Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3 profile. It has a goose neck arm allowing for convenient extended positioning. It also has a 3.5mm stereo input/output as opposed to the soundfly BT’s 2.5mm input. 

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    Customer Reviews

    • TJ
    • posted by: TJ
    • posted on: 2/3/2014
    Excellent Great sound, quality and price.
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    • mike
    • posted by: mike
    • posted on: 10/12/2013
    greatest thing i purchased i am thinking of buying another one
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    • bozturk77
    • posted by: bozturk77
    • posted on: 9/27/2013
    mükemmel ürün gerçekten de ürün mükemmel bütün özelliklerin hakkını vermiş teşekkürler...sadece biraz pahalı
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    • Soundfly Bluetooth FM
    • posted by: Soundfly Bluetooth FM
    • posted on: 8/13/2013
    I LOVE IT.... You get what you pay for. Yes there are cheaper ones on the market but they do not do half of what this one does.
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    • erik holland
    • posted by: erik holland
    • posted on: 4/29/2013
    great and fast delivery delivery in four days to the netherlands graet thanks
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    • Ron
    • posted by: Ron
    • posted on: 4/18/2013
    Soundfly The Soundfly View BT is the neatest electronic gizmo I have purchase since I bought my first wireless mouse. The FM transmitter is powerful enough to override the noise from weak FM stations. The sound quality is excellent and the bluetooth connection is rock solid. The only issue I have is with the long stalk between the connection and the transmitter head. I have an older car (2002) and the only cigarette lighter is in the center of the console. When the Soundfly is plugged in it sticks straight up in the middle of the console and looks like E.T. I will wire in a new accessory outlet in a better location and that will solve the problem. I highly recommend this product.
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    • KMar
    • posted by: KMar
    • posted on: 4/7/2013
    Grate device - solves a long standing problem After having tried a pletora of devices - this one finally cuts it.....
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    • C Schmidt
    • posted by: C Schmidt
    • posted on: 3/27/2013
    Can you hear me now? Disclosure: I was contacted by Satechi and given a SoundFly specifically for the purpose of reviewing it.

    Test devices:
    HTC EVO LTE 4G
    Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G
    Samsing Galaxy S II
    Kindle Fire HD 7"
    Google Nexus 7
    ASUS Transformer (TF101)

    Oh Bluetooth, how I love thee. Too bad you're not built into my car. But at least there is the Satechi SoundFly to fill in the gap.

    Over last twenty or so years, I've used quite a few adapters to pump sound into the stereo of whatever car I happened to have at the time. Cassette adapters, FM transmitters, and AUX input adapters of many sizes, shapes, colors, brands, and price ranges. I'd sworn off most FM transmitters long ago. Worthless pieces of rubbish that invariably would end up with frequency drift as they warmed up or not have enough power to overcome even the weakest of radio station broadcasts. AUX input adapters were the way to go for me, though more difficult to install as one usually needs to access the rear of the head unit to tap into the sound system. And while that works, works even better if the AUX port is already part of you car, there is still that cable tethering my phone to the car. Two cables, if it's charging. Maybe I'm too picky, but I'd like fewer cables if possible. So now we come to Bluetooth adapters like the SoundFly, Parrot MINIKIT (own one), GOgroove FlexSMART X2, and Parrot PMK5800.

    These devices all try to do the same basic thing - get all the sound from your device to your car stereo without using a wire between your phone and themselves. Of the four, I found the SoundFly to easily go above and beyond the other three in several distinct and important ways. Out of the four, only the SoundFly and GOgroove give you an option on how to get sound into your car's stereo - FM transmitter or AUX out. The Parrots offer one or the other, but not both. Both the GOgroove and PMK5800 have LED displays, but the SoundFly's display is an LCD, able to display a larger amount of information at one time and looking distinctly more modern. The MINIKIT is the only one of the three that doesn't connect directly to a car's power power/cigarette lighter, and though its mate the PMK5800 does, it's a one position fits all design that may not actually work well in a given car. The SoundFly offers music playback via SD Card, something none of the others do. It also has a remote, which is also a unique feature. And finally, the SoundFly and GOgroove are the only two with an AUX in as well as an AUX out. Going through the general descriptions of each, the SoundFly and GOgroove are very similar products, both in design and features, but I stick with the SoundFly being the one with more feature filled version.

    So how well does it actually work? Let's start with the pairing. This was what I was most concerned with, given some the other reviews from Android phone users and my own experience with one of Satechi's other products. My phone paired right up with only a small hitch, mostly related to me being distracted. After that, it's been all good. Phone calls, streamed music, music stored on phone, and notifications all played excellent over the connection, though there is a noticeable pop each time the SoundFly starts and stops playback. The sound is similar to my pulling the audio cable out the car's AUX port, and I suspect something along those lines, a disconnect of the audio output, is what is happening in the circuity. And the bane of prior experiences with these types of devices, FM transmitter part? Excellent. Unlike the models of old, the SoundFly's digital tuning makes zeroing in on an empty or near empty frequency easy. Over the course of several one hour runs through the SF Bay Area, not once did it drift or get overridden to the point where I needed to change frequencies. I tried several different frequencies, and only on some particularly strong stations was the SoundFly's signal overridden. This resulted in a minor amount of static that could only be heard when music playback was paused or silent. Once locked onto a frequency, the SoundFly doesn't let go of it, so don't set it to a frequency of a station you like to listen to, thinking you can switch back and forth. The sound quality itself was quite good, or at least good enough for a non-audiophile like me. The charging port located on bottom of the display worked great for keeping my phone juiced up, and because it's a full USB port, it took the same charging cable I was already using. I've been tempted to add a splitter to see how it does with multiple devices, but haven't gotten around to it yet. Because of the way my car, 2008 Honda Fit, is set up, the SoundFly sits next to my right knee when installed. It does get in the way of the left cup holder in console pocket, but I can't blame the SoundFly for the way my car is designed. Anyhow, the display and buttons are still in easy view and reach for me. During calls, I'm heard clearly using the same volume of voice that I'd been using with just the phone sitting in a dock on the dash, so no change there.

    With all this praise for the SoundFly, you may be wondering why I gave it only four stars instead of five. It comes down to a several small problems, problems so small that only collectively do I feel they justify taking off a star. Also, the manner in which I intend to use the SoundFly makes these items of less importance to me, though some may have other ideas/needs. One of the issues is the voice announcement. At first, I thought it was kinda funny hearing the heavy accented female voice tell me the Bluetooth connection has been made each time I turned the car on. But, when the lovely lady kept popping in to tell me that there was MP3 playback starting at each and every notification sound or direction issued from the GPS app, it got to be too much. The voice overrode whatever was I supposed to be hear on almost every occasion. This feature can be turned off for Bluetooth audio, SD card audio, and incoming call annoucement. So, at least it's configurable to some degree but some more granularity would be nice. The second little nagging issue is the remote. It's a fine remote, and works well, don't get me wrong. But this is a device that will supposedly make us "hands-free" that we're talking about and an 18 button remote that can't be seen in the dark seems a bit of overkill. How about something more simple guys, something that does the basic functions and attaches to the steering wheel instead? Oh, and how about a right angle audio cable, so that the cable can head forward or backward toward the car's AUX port? It's just asking to get broken with cable sticking out of the left side of the display and then getting bent to route in the correct direction. Enabling the AUX Input port to be used with an external mic would be excellent. Does the SoundFly need to start playing media from the SD card the moment the unit turns on? The SD card playback function is one of the things I don't intend to use, but I found the instant play annoying and the navigation of folders to need some help. Folder navigation for media on your device is just as bad. I intend to use an app on my phone to handle file selection rather than let the SoundFly handle it, and suggest others do the same.

    Okay, now that that's out of the way, I'm going to say that to date, I find the SoundFly to be about the best overall product of this type I've encountered. Sure, it could use some improvements and refining here and there, and i hope Satechi considers putting out software updates, but I found the SoundFly to be pretty solid as is for how I plan to use it.
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    • Tony
    • posted by: Tony
    • posted on: 3/18/2013
    good product Great product , The only problem is every time I crank my car it turns on . It needs a on switch
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    • Cj
    • posted by: Cj
    • posted on: 2/12/2013
    Great product. I'm so happy that I picked this as a gift for my boyfriend for valentine's day. He really loves it. The product came on time. Thank you satechi. Great service.
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    • Liza
    • posted by: Liza
    • posted on: 12/15/2012
    Great product. This is a gift so I have not used the product. It looks great and the service was outstanding.
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    • Denny
    • posted by: Denny
    • posted on: 10/22/2012
    Very good. Some screen glare. Overall very nice unit. I still need to learn how to control music played from the SD card. Setup was easy.
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    • Glen H.
    • posted by: Glen H.
    • posted on: 10/6/2012
    Positive This is a great product. Works great. Looks great. I'm still learning where all the stuff is located on it. I use mine while i"m at work to listen to the kind of music i like and if anyone else wants to listen to the same thing all they have to do is tune in their radio to the channel. It's that simple. I'm guessing their will be 1 or 2 more purchased in the very near future.
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    • Mike
    • posted by: Mike
    • posted on: 10/1/2012
    Very good alternative FM Transmitter I bought this to replace my iPod with my Android Phone as my primary music device. All in all the Bluetooth works very well with music files that are on my phone. I was a bit disappointed that TuneInRadio didn't work with the device though.

    Sound quality is really good and the Soundfly View is better than my Monster FM Transmitter for my iPod. Very little static, but I noticed when I mounted my phone on the windshield and plugged in the USB from the Soundfly View into my phone, there appeared to be a bit of interference.

    I noticed that after I place a call with the device, it doesn't start my music right away, and when I do, I can't hear the music at all. So I need to turn off the Bluetooth on my device and then turn it back on again. This might be a phone problem not necessarily the Soundfly View's fault.

    All in all, I'm very impressed with the device and would recommend to anyone wanting to replace their iPod with a Bluetooth device especially now that Apple has decided to change the adapter with all their phones and iPods.
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    • Cleopatra had her way but lost
    • posted by: Cleopatra had her way but lost
    • posted on: 9/27/2012
    All I ever wanted I bought this so I can use my new iPhone 5 in my 2005 car. It works great so far--automatically pairs with bluetooth and works great for phone calls. I mainly use it to listen to Pandora. Pandora's song track info gets transferred to the Soundfly's LED display and also to the radio display on my car. The voice announcer is a little difficult to understand and sounds like a down syndrome friend I used to know growing up. Overall happy with the look and design of the product!
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    • Wouter
    • posted by: Wouter
    • posted on: 9/24/2012
    Plain simple said: Good product. Good product.
    Bluetooth works perfectly with my Samsung Galaxy S3. Including display and control.
    Receving Phonecalls also works fine.
    Have not tested SD-card functionality.
    And you can also use 3.5 jack for input/output if required.

    Sound quality is good. Some interference on very busy spots on the road/in the city is inherent to FM frequencies. In remote areas the quality is near perfect.

    Bottom line:
    Does what it needs to do and does it with nice qualtiy.
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    • Joe Willmon
    • posted by: Joe Willmon
    • posted on: 9/3/2012
    All Pros and No cons. Great product! Easy to set up and easy to use. Your tech support is
    excellent and very curtious.
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    • Ed
    • posted by: Ed
    • posted on: 7/31/2012
    Excellent product I highly recommend Satechi and their products
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    • Mr. Smalls
    • posted by: Mr. Smalls
    • posted on: 7/3/2012
    Great Product Product worked as soon as I plug it in. Screen is bright and clear enough for me to see even though I need glasses to read. Navigation is easy. Channel plays without interference.
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    • jayzstam
    • posted by: jayzstam
    • posted on: 6/13/2012
    Great product simple setup, quality sound, easy to use, love how you also control phone calls from it as well
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    • Abady
    • posted by: Abady
    • posted on: 6/13/2012
    Thank you Thanks for your service, I received the item in great condition and was absolutely fantastic, that's what I was looking for.
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    • Rich P
    • posted by: Rich P
    • posted on: 5/14/2012
    perfroms well I've only used the transmitter for a day, but it is exactly what I was looking for. While driving and listening to music I couldn't hear my cell phone ring. This definitely solves that problem.

    I haven't tested the telephone audio while driving with the windows down yet. But sitting still it worked well. The person at the other end said my voice was a little scratchy but he said it was no worse than many calls he's had from people talking on their cell phone directly.

    The mp3 audio is good, there are treble and bass adjustments on the unit to compensate for variations in car stereo systems. There is a volume adjustment for mp3 separate from the cell phone volume adjustment. But the mp3 volume adjustment is on a scale from 1 to 6 so the output is not all that strong, even at it's highest. Cranking the music is a job best left to the car stereo.

    The biggest complaint I have so far is that the lighter plug fit so tight into the socket in my car that when I went to remove the unit it pulled part of the panel the lighter socket was mounted in out of my center console. REALLY tight. But I supposed better that than flopping around and falling out.
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    • A. Jablonski
    • posted by: A. Jablonski
    • posted on: 5/14/2012
    almost perfect I don't normally write reviews, but this is a really good product. I have used 3 different FM transmitters (mainly Griffin brand) and they don't compare. All of the others that I have tried were pretty much unusable because of the static and trouble finding a station that worked. This one must have a more powerful transmitter or something, but I have virtually zero static, so I'm really happy about that. Something that's not too common is that it works through Bluetooth, which is nice, so I can keep my phone in my pocket. It pairs perfectly with my iPhone 4S and works with Siri. Call quality isn't perfect for the person on the other end but it's acceptable. On my end it is very clear though the car's speakers. Over all really good for the money. Also, it arrived quickly direct from the manufacturer.
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    • Camper
    • posted by: Camper
    • posted on: 5/14/2012
    Best FM Tx on market, fast to set up. Versatile inputs from wire or bluetooth. Display is a bit dim but otherwise unit functions very well. Fidelity through car stereo is superior than any FM transmitter I've tried. Worth the extra $$
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    • M-A Gemme
    • posted by: M-A Gemme
    • posted on: 5/14/2012
    almost perfect This wasn't my first bluetooth FM transmitter.
    I bought 2 prior to this one, the first from FutureShop and the other from BestBuy. I returned both because there was a constant white noise in the background while music was playing and it was annoying. So I was nervous when I bought the sounfly as I was expecting the same thing to happen.

    To my joy, nothing, perfect sound. Obviously there is some quality loss but it sounds flawless nonetheless. The speakerphone option works great, at first I was shouting to make sure my friends heard me but then realised they heard me clearly even if I was speaking normally.

    There is one thing I hate about it though, and that may be just me not knowing how to program it. But whenever I turn the car off, the damn thing stays on. So if I were to forget it, it would drain my battery overnight. So now I have to remember to turn it off everytime I leave the car.

    Also, when I first plugged it in, it blew the fuse. I changed the fuse only to have it blow up again. So I solved it by putting in a higher ratio fuse.

    The thing is really big too... don't expect a small device.
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    • S. Graham "smg888"
    • posted by: S. Graham "smg888"
    • posted on: 5/14/2012
    Fantastic product, surpassed my expectations, I was very skeptical, especially after using 2 other FM transmitters that were disappointing. This product is truly amazing. The FM transmitter is so powerful, I set it once and can travel through Portland and Seattle with no interferance and experience excellent sound quality the entire way. I purchased this to provide a an interface for my Iphone to my Mercedes stereo, and it does that and more. It automatically connects to my Iphone 4 when I start the car, streams my Iphone music, displays the song Title and Artist, sounds excellent, and provides a surpriginsly high quality hands free telephone experience. The only room for improvement was that it was not available with Amazon Prime - but the seller did a fine job with a timely delivery.
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    • reinaldogmz
    • posted by: reinaldogmz
    • posted on: 5/14/2012
    Couldn't be happier, I was searching for a decent Bluetooth to FM Transmitter, found the Soundfly, and I cannot be happier. Was a breeze to pair it with my phone (HTC Hero S) found a good FM station and voila!

    The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because the lack of information on the LCD Display. Other than that I am pleased with how well this thing works. Surprisingly deep bass as well.
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    • Robocop
    • posted by: Robocop
    • posted on: 5/14/2012
    Soundfly View Bluetooth FM Transmitter with 2.0 inch Screen, WMA/MP3 Player for SD Card, USB Car Charger, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, Sam, The item arrived way before the suggested day. It works as described by the seller. My only suggestion is that some of the controls which can only be done by use of the remote control (such as rewinding and fast forwarding) could also have been made possible on the transmitter itself. I tried another FM transmitter before this which fell way below my expectations and did not have half of the features on the Soundfly View transmitter. With the Soundfly View transmitter I can rewind, fast forward, pause and book mark my tracks (actually, I would have also preferred the device to automatically start playing where I left off without having to bookmark it) It also has bluetooth which links in to my mobile phone allowing me to make and receive phone calls whilst I'm driving. It also clearly displays the audio track I'm listening to, as well as the name of the artist, not just on the soundfly view monitor, but also on my vehicle's dashboard display. The Soundfly View has numerous other features which I've not even gotten round to using yet.

    All in all I'm very happy with the product. It's probably the best FM transmitter out there.
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    • Ken Guzzetta
    • posted by: Ken Guzzetta
    • posted on: 5/14/2012
    Feature packed I really like this gadget. Does exactly what I thought it should do. It integrates your iphone, mp3, and FM transmitter. You can take calls over your car speakers. I like that it comes on and links up to my phone automatically, without the need to turn anything on. I also like that it plays the last playlist or music selection you left off with the last time you were listening to music. I especially great feature is when receiving a call, it stops your music so you can take the call, and returns to your music after you are done with your call.

    Overall, it was a good buy for me; I like it.

    - Ken
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    • Tarun P
    • posted by: Tarun P
    • posted on: 5/5/2012
    Great Product Great Product to use, I Love it.

    Thank You.
    Tarun P
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