Baseus Bluetooth FM Launcher 2.4A 2USB is a car charger with an FM transmitter that helps you answer calls and play music from your phone, USB drive or Micro SD memory card on your car audio system.
- equipped with 2 USB ports;
- supports fast charging;
- plays music from a mobile phone, USB drive or Micro SD memory card;
- supports voice communication;
- Bluetooth version 4.2;
- you can switch songs via the buttons;
- charges 2 devices at the same time;
- equipped with a LED display that shows the power level and frequency of the radio wave.
Listen to music while you charge your phone. The device is equipped with an FM transmitter, which helps you connect to the audio system in your car and play music from your smartphone, USB drive or SD card.
Select a free radio frequency on the car audio system and set the same one on the device. Remembers the last frequency, volume and track. The device will save the song you were listening to before the car ignition was turned off and resume playback after the car is started.
Equipped with buttons and regulator. Allows you to easily and quickly switch songs, adjust the volume, pause and play, without being distracted from driving.
Answer calls quickly and conveniently with the device's built-in microphone and call control buttons.
Press the green handset button to answer the call. Hold the button for 2 seconds if you decide to hang up the call. Press the button twice if you want to redial the number.
Suitable for all cars
This charger is universal and can be used in any vehicle: car, truck, bus, etc. The device is compact, and its design is made in a simple style that will decorate the interior of any car.
Charges 2 devices at the same time
2 USB sockets allow you to charge 2 gadgets in parallel. And so that you can keep track of how fast they are charging, the device is equipped with a digital LED display that shows the exact current power.
Has protective properties
The charger has a built-in 9-level protection system that protects your gadget from high voltage, overheating, short circuit and overcharging.