Bluetooth FM Transmitter / Charger

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  1. marioval

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    I'm thinking about getting the GoGroove SmartMini BT Advanced Bluetooth FM Transmitter. I have read the reviews both good and bad and feel that for the price it's a good option. One potential problem I see is that since the Rezound is such a power hog, I wonder if this device will give my phone enough juice? I had an older FM transmitter that had had a 500mah charger and my rezound would slowly lose charge while streaming music instead of charging. The GoGroove has a 600mah charger so i'm wondering if this is enough or will I need a 1000mah (1 amp) charger to get the job done?
     
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    600ma might be pushing it, I do know that charging with a 500ma charger well streaming music & BT is insufficient, 750ma is enough to VERY slowly charge as I have done with an external charger and BT, so I would guess that 600ma is not going to be sufficient to charge but maybe a wash, sorry, but a separate external charger may be required.
     
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    I always used a 1amp charger and it was completely sufficient to run the phone + GPS + BT.
     
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    So I ended up ordering a GoGroove Flexsmart X3. More expensive but it has the 1 amp charger and gets good reviews all around.
     
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    Hello Marioval ! I am using 1000mah charger it's completely rocking feature and it's sufficient for i phone and i pad.
     
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    always used a 1amp charger and it was completely sufficient to run the phone + GPS + BT too [​IMG]
     
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    Hello jamincompu ! It's not true that you always use 1amps charger it can change According to hardware and phone system.
     
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    Hello all ! For further information about the 1amp charger ,1000mah charger and any other transmitter problem please visit here. Because i have solved many problem by the help of this site.
     
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    Can Any One tell me what's the difference between 500mah and 1000mah. Actually My question is, is there any performance gain to slow charging vs fast charging ?
     
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    All lithium ion batteries are protected by a "chip", phone manufacturers can control some of the charging perimeters of the charging cycle. Most batteries will accept a % of amperage based on the mha of the battery, then the battery is charged by max voltage of the battery (4.3) in most cases. A higher ma charger will get the battery to 50-60% faster but still relies on 4.3 volts to top it off. The chip in the battery has the final say so no matter what. (Heat is the final factor)

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