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Compatibility SpecificationsCompatible with most audio devices such as “pm “" MW” ""9' (575 ‘ "’5 ”"0GPS devices, Smartphones. Mobile Phones. and Powered by ”V DC 0W9!MP3 players. 3.5 mm Input aux cableStandard—USE pass through connectorSD/MMC slotPackage Contents1. Car MP3 FM Transmitter2. 3.5 mm Aux Cable3. Remote ControlWireless FM TransmitterPWFMT3Connecting the CarTransmitter and Mobile Plugging USB drives and SD/MMC Cards into theDevice Car Transmitterl. Connect the cartransmlttier myour car’s 12V outlet. 1. Plug your USB drive into the USB port (B) located on the back ofthe2. Plug one end oithe 3.5 mm aux cable into the outlet on the car a“ transmitter.transmitter and the other end into the headphone port on your 2. Insert your SDIMMC card into the slot (A) located on the badr ofthemobile device (Fig 1). car transmitter.Hg. 1 Fig. 2llPlaying Music from your Mobile Device, USB Using the Remote ControlDrive, or SD/MMC Card1. Setyour car stereo to a clear FM channel la channel that does not A. CW.CH+ and CH battens: Press CH- to deaease the FM channelcurrently carry a radio station‘s frequency). frequency orCH+ to increase the drannel frequency. Press CH along with2. Set me car transmitterto the same FM channel by pressing the -A gmfanigmfi? a radio frequency. For example MESS CH and 1' 0' 5'1 tobutton to decrease and the 3+ button to increase the FM channelfrequency on your car transrnitter.1he LCD disulay will show the FM K Prev, Next, and Play/Pam buttons: Press to go to the previous song, playdiannels as you are scrolling up (5+) or down (A). Optionally, you or pause yourmuslc or moireto the next song on your play llsLcan use the remote control to set the “db frequency {Fig 3). VOL- Ind you buttons: Press to decrease or increase the volume.3. it playing music from your mobile device through the 35 mm aux E0 button- Pressto switch music modescable. control the music from your device and ensure that the vol-ume on your mobile device is about 3/4 maximum volume. M buttons: Press to select a music track. For exam ie press buttons i andSta select tradr 015. or press together with the CH utton toset upa radio"PO4. if playing music from a USB orSD/MMC card, press the Previous,Next, or Play/Pause buttons located on the G1 transmitter (Fig. 4). frequency (refer to A"Optionally, you can use the remote control.3*!Folder buttons: Press these buttons to navigatefmm previous and nextfolders when using USB drives or SD cardsFig-5 i—.E_ 4;09969069 I888888 I "|_|_i_lFDBimWiM—«rmdmummmmummmkrmiimummmmuawiumimuWhitman-rinhoormemremmi5 19 Labelling requirementsThis devrce compiles wuh part 15 oi the FCC Rules Operation is subject tothe lollowmg two conditions (1) This cievrce may not cause harmful interlerenceand i2i this deVice must accepl any interference received including interferencethat may cause unciesved operation15 21 Changes or modification warningAny Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responSiblefor compliance could void the user‘s authority to operale the equipment‘ RF warning for Portable deviceThe devrce has been evaluated to meet general RF exposure requirement The deVice can beused in portable exposure condition Without reslricmn15.105 Information to the user.Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital deVIce, pursuant to part 15 ofthe FCC Rules. These limitsare designed to prOVIde reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiateradio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.However, there IS no guarantee that interference Will not occur in a particular installation.

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if this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio ortelewsion reception. which can be determined byturning the equipment offend on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one ormore of the followmg measures:>Reorient or relocate the receivmg antenna.-lncrease the separation between theequipment and receiver.-Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.-Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technrcran for help.