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There is no 87.5 on your radio so that frequency won't work -- you have to pick another frequency. Find an open frequency on the radio you want to transmit to. Then use the up/down buttons on the right to tune the iWave to the same frequency. That should do it. If you want to save that frequency on your iWave you press and hold the round button at the center bottom of the unit. The left/right arrow button on either side of the round button can be used to click through your saved frequencies. It's not very complicated, but it baffles me that they include no instructions whatsoever with this unit. Otherwise, it works pretty well.
There are issues with newer ipods not being 100%compatible with all devices. It is done intentionally by Apple to maximize their profits. For example, an FM transmitter charges and plays on one Ipod, but then a newer ipod will play with the FM transmitter, but the ipod display shows that it is incompatible and will not charge. Same issues with a docking station and a radio. All worked with three other ipods, but the newer ones either won't work or charge depending on the device. Even though ipods play with certain devices they may not charge them and vice versa. Thank Apple for that. I hope this helps and good luck!
This is a device that "Sends" FM stereo & Transmitts Radio waves, and sends sounds/music speech etc, over the airwaves to a suitable reciever an the same "Channel" You can hook up say your Ipod to it and say tune your Car radio to the "Station" it sends on and listen to ya compilations, in the car, thru the car stero system. The radio just "Sees" it as another strong station.
1. Open the battery cover on your TuneCast II Mobile FM Transmitter. Install the included AAA batteries and
replace the battery cover.
2. Plug the 3.5mm connector into your iPod player or other portable music device.
3. The AUTO ON feature will power on the FM Transmitter when the unit detects an input signal. Your FM
Transmitter’s “AUTO ON/OFF” feature uses your audio player’s volume level to automatically power on and
For best results, keep your player set at a medium volume level. NOTE: Setting your device volume very
low may cause the FM Transmitter to turn off, even if the audio player is on. You can also press and hold
both and buttons simultaneously for two seconds to turn on the unit. To turn off the unit, press
and hold both buttons simultaneously again for two seconds.