Belkin TuneCast II FM Transmitter

Sewell Part # SW-4675

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Take your music and media into the car or wherever else there is a transistor radio with the Belkin TuneCast II.

For the cost-efficient FM transmitter with the most functionality, the Belkin TuneCast II comes in on top. With the FM frequency selector built into the interface itself, you can select any frequency between 88.1 and 107.9 FM right on the transmitter without programming the stations onto your device. The transmitter works with iPod, MP3 players, PDAs, laptops, or any other sound playing device.

Simply plug the Belkin TuneCast II FM Transmitter into your iPod, MP3 player, or other device and tune any radio to the station you choose on the transmitter. The transmitter sends the radio waves to your radio, allowing you to hear your device over the radio. For best results, find a station that is not already occupied by a public broadcast.

The Thumbdrive MP3 Player/Transmitter does more. Simply plug your flash drive into the USB port, and the VR3 Car Thumbdrive MP3/WMA player plays any MP3 or WMA file saved on your flash drive, with station memory, last song played memory, and shuffle features, and has audio-in for other audio devices like MP3 players, CD players, and iPod.

Get a 1GB Flash Drive so you can use your tunes on the road with this FM Transmitter!


Mfg. Part Number

  • F8V3080-APL


  • Belkin

FM Transmitter

  • 88.1 - 107.9 MHz
  • 4 Memory Frequencies
  • Max 30 feet transmission distance


  • 2 AAA batteries (included)
  • Optional DC cable for battery-free operation



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Does the SW-4675 operate on 110v POWER? I want to use it from a DVD player. Does the plug work directly with the audio jacks in the back of my DVD player?


The Transmitter runs on two 'AAA' batteries. The plug is a 3.5 mm stereo plug. Your DVD player likely has dual RCA (red and white) plugs for audio. You would need a stereo splitter cable to connect them.

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