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I bought the fmtd8 scosche transmitter. If you're like me ,you tried to play music from you're cell phone first. That worked just fine. Then I made an sd card with a few hundred songs on it. P.S. I left the audio cable plugged in the the transmitter. The sd card with mp3. songs would not play for anything. After 2 days of trying,I finally decided to unplug the audio cable.. Voila!!!!! Instant sound.
1. Press the menu button(green) 2. down arrow once - (a picture of a speaker should appear with sound written vertically next to it) 3. Right arrow once (selects the sound menu) 4. Down arrow till you see FM transmitter (down arrow 4 times on my TV. If you don't see the FM transmitter option in the menu then upgrade your TV to the latest software (details at the end of this help file) 5. Right arrow to get into the FM transmitter menu 6. select the "FM transmitter: off" line and turn it on (FM transmitter : on) 7. Change the frequency to to one that is not used by a radio station or has interference noise (get a radio and tune it till you hear the choosh sound with no beeping or clicking from lightning - then set the tv fm transmitter to that frequency using the up and down arrow keys and enter. 8. You should here your tv sound comming through the radio even if the tv sound is off.
If you need to upgrade your tv software then: 1. format a usb stick 2. download firmware.exe from" http://www.samsung.com/za/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/lcd-tv/LA32C530F1RXXA/index.idx?pagetype=prd_detail&tab=support 3. click on firmware 4. click on "Upgrade File(USB type)" and download it to your usb stick 5. when the download is complete double click on the file and extract it to the usb stick. 6. eject the usb stick. 7. plug it into your TV and slelect software upgrade when prompted - I didn't loose any settings even though it warns you that you will (samsung are just covering themselves)
Yes, You will need to purchase a device called an FM transmitter, it plugs into the headphone jack and transmits the sound to your FM radio. The transmitter will have station settings, you just find a radio frequency that does not have a station in your area, set the transmitter to that and tune your radio to the same frequency. You can get the transmitters from Walmart electronics dept, Target, Sears, Amazon.com, Radio Shack and most other electronics retailers. The transmitters run about $12-20 and can be battery powered or plug into your car power outlet. Go to google.com and do a search for "MP3 FM transmitter" and you will see what they look like.
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It installs in a Toyota Yaris or any other vehicle exactly the same way. The device is an FM modulator and has no vehicle specific wiring. You do need a 12V source from the vehicle and a ground connection as well as access to the radio antenna jack.
Connect power and ground to the 40" wire with the inline switch. Be sure to observe polarity. Piggyback the modulator directly onto your in dash receiver by removing the antenna lead from the receiver and plugging it into the FMMOD01. Then run the 21" cable from the modulator to the now vacant receiver antenna jack. Mount it with screws, double sided tape, plastic wire ties, velcro, or permanent glue. Using the side-mounted slide switch, select an FM frequency of either 87.9 or 88.3, plug a source (CD player, minidisc, videocassette or DVD player, iPod, MP3 player, or any other source with a minijack or headphone output).
Tune your in dash receiver to the selected FM frequency and you're ready to go.
No, unfortunately ther is no way to get the unit to use your car speakers. To do this, the unit would have to have an FM transmitter or be able to connect to one. It does not have this capability. Sorry.