• Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
  • Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
  • Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
  • Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
  • Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
  • Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
  • Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
  • Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port
Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port

Besign BK01 Bluetooth 4.1 Car Kit Hands-Free Wireless Talking & Music Streaming Receiver with Dual Port USB Car Charger and Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car with 3.5mm AUX Input Port

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  • BLUETOOTH V4.1: The latest Bluetooth 4.1+EDR technology provides lower power consumption and wider compatibility. You could enjoy your smart phone music or handsfree calling through your car stereo system.
  • AUTO-ON & AUTO-CONNECT: This Bluetooth car kit will power on automatically when you start the car, then auto sync with the last connected phone (please make sure the Bluetooth of your phone is turned on before starting the car)
  • THE GROUND LOOP NOISE ISOLATOR INCLUDED: In most cases, the sound quality is excellent. If you are bothered by the buzzing noise, you could use this noise isolator to avoid it.
  • Dual Port Car charger included: Comes with a 10 watt dual port 2.1A cigarette lighter power adapter, stand ready to charge additional devices at the same time.
  • CONNECT To 2 PHONES: With the multipoint technology, the Besign BK01 Bluetooth Car Kit can connect to 2 devices at the same time.

Customer Reviews

Great product, easy to use Granted, I just got this today, but I already love it. Super easy to set up, love the magnetic back, and works so well. I mostly wanted it for music. I was previously using an audio wire from my phone to the cars plug in and the sound quality was pretty bad, plus I had to turn the volume up really high just to hear the music at a normal sound level. If I forgot to turn it back down before switching back to the radio, I blasted my ear drums! I like that it connects to my phone as soon as I get in my car. I tried the voice control to send a text and that worked great. So again, it's only been a day, but I am really happy with my purchase and I would recommend this product. 5EXCELLENT Customer Service I've been using this for about 1.5yrs in my car. I haven't had any issues with noise. A few weeks ago, the unit would disconnect after a few minutes, I reset, still the same. I contacted the seller who offers a 2 year guarantee, and they honored it painlessly. Strangely, the original unit started working again, but I'm keeping the replacement handy in case it happens again. Things about this unit:It connects *automatically.* This is my favorite feature and it is what makes this unit better than more recognizable names like Belkin. You don't have to push a button etc, and if your car stereo is defaulted to use the Aux port when you get in, using your phone to play music is seamless and the quality is excellent!The phone feature using this unit is a little "echo-ey" which bothered some people I called but not others. I don't use this unit for the phone feature since my car supports phone bluetooth but not music bluetooth. I just set my car stereo a higher connection than the Besign unit, so phone calls go through my car stereo and music goes through the Aux via this unit. It works out very well and I never have to think about it. My experience with the seller is nothing short of spectacular! 5This item works! Clear sound. Clear calls. Easy to install. Very useful.After several weeks of use, I still have no complaints. However, this unit does not automatically connect. You have to manually hit the call button to power on. That's not an inconvenience for me at all. It allows me to manage my Bluetooth connections a bit better. Overall, I think this is a good investment for every driver who desires hands free calls & high quality music. I highly recommend this product! 5Great build quality, I think this will last I got this to replace my last bluetooth aux kit (MPOW) which died on me after 2 months. This kit has great build quality, thick and long wires, good packaging, and it seems like if you have problems that the manufacturers actually will care about you. My only gripe about this and the reason why I gave it four stars is because there is this annoying beeping sound every time you click the pause/play button. Why on Earth would anyone want to hear a beep every time they pause/play their music? I don't understand the logic behind this. The forward/back buttons don't have this at least, which is good because I use those buttons way more than the pause/play button. 4Highly recommended for those that have AUX but not Bluetooth This device works PERFECTLY in my 2006 Prius that has only an AUX port and no bluetooth. My phone connects within seconds of starting the car, and I'm listening to my favorite podcast within seconds. I fastened the control/receiver to the side of the center console. The aux port and a DC power outlet (cigarette lighter type) is inside the console so I just ran the wires out of the console storage area to the driver's side of the console. Connects every time and allows me to listen to programs on my phone without wires. Sound is great. I've tried using it for phone conversations and the volume is low and a few times it didn't connect on an incoming call. But my primary use is to listen to music and podcasts and for that it is awesome! Works way better than the bluetooth that was in our 2012 Tacoma. 5Not what I thought it would be I use this only for it's audio feature so I can stream music from my phone.PROSThe product hooks up via bluetooth very quickly and automatically when you get near the device. It works, and sounds okay.CONSI hoped to buy this product and leave it plugged in all the time (USB is the power source) however, when I turn my car off this product doesn't turn off. It doesn't even turn off after a certain number of minutes out of use nor does it have a power button. This requires me to unplug it after shutting the car off so that the USB doesn't put a slow drain on the battery. I know it uses a small amount of energy but if you're looking to buy this car, it is likely you already have an old car with an older battery and alternator.Additionally, when I speed up or slow down the volume adjusts which I like but it makes a beeping noise to let me know the volume is adjusting. Is this necessary? What a flawed feature.OVERALLIf you're not picky and want something that works, there are cheaper versions you could buy online. If you are expecting a fully functioning Bluetooth audio set, I'd recommend you look elsewhere. 2Worked great with my IPhone (via bluetooth) but I needed a female to female 3.5mm adapter for the AUX connection to my car This works perfectly. It connects to my IPhone as soon as I start my car (if I hit play on my iPhone). It also does power off when I turn off my car. Some reviewers mentioned it didn't power off or they had to reinsert the 12V plug, but that doesn't seem to be the case for me.I had to buy a female to female adapter (Mini Skater Stereo Coupler 3.5 mm Audio Coupler Female to Female Adapter Connectors Pack of 3) because my car happens to have a cord with a male end for its AUX (unlike many cars which have a 3.5.mm female jack). I had to ensure the connections were tight and twist the connector a bit or the volume would be too soft but once I got a good connection it is nice and loud (audio adapters always seem to be a bit flaky, it's true of all my headphone adapters).People say I sound distant when I talk on the phone when the round piece with the microphone is attached to its magnet (near my car radio). I'm going try buying an Oxo magnetic mini clip to keep in the car so that I can put the clip on my shirt when the phone rings and stick the round microphone piece on the clip temporarily while talking. It is great that the microphone piece uses a magnet to attach so you can hold the microphone near your mouth if really needed. Most of the time I plan to talk very loudly (hands-free) when the phone rings while I'm driving. I don't normally have long conversations in the car but it is nice to be able to easily answer the phone and find out if someone is calling about something urgent. 5Outstanding BT Reciever. WOW! Ok, rarely have I ordered a product that was exactly what the manufacturer and reviewers said it was and did everything exactly as I had hoped with no setup problems or installation issues. This is one of those rare items (a tool really) that is everything I hoped it would be. When I received it today, I checked all the parts out, played around with the location I wanted to mount the BK01 in my car and then paired it to both of my cell phones. The sound I heard through my car speakers using Pandora and Amazon Music was INCREDIBLE. Much better than when I was using an aux-in audio able to listen to my music through my phone...and MUCH LOUDER. In fact, with my phone at full volume, I found that a low volume setting on my car stereo was the "right" volume level for my ears. Of course, if I wanted to rock it out, there was plenty of volume left for that. The controls on the BK01 worked as advertised which will come in handy. No more having to reach for my phone, unlock it and then use the touch controls on my Galaxy S7 to pause or stop my streaming music. The best part was that by using my BT settings on my phone for the BK01 connection, I set it to only transmit music from my phone, not my phone calls. My phone is capable of pairing to two devices at the same time. So, it's still connected to my car's BT, which enables me to use my car for phone calls and the BK01 for streaming music. This still allows me to use my phone book, which is stored in my vehicle for making voice-activated calls. For those wondering, when I receive or make a phone call, the BK01 pauses my music until the call is over and then automatically resumes my music. The only problem I found was that I must turn my car volume up when making BT calls via my car so I can hear the person on the other end. When the music resumes, it is way too loud. This is no fault of the BK01, it's just a matter of knowing how the two systems operate and getting accustomed to turning the car volume back down after the phone call ends. Regarding installation, take some time to work out how you are going to lay out the wires from your mounting location (typically on the dashboard) and your lighter (or USB port if you have one) and your audio in jack. I was able to route the wires under my center console except for a short run up from the bottom of the console into my center console compartment where my audio jack and aux power port are located. I had just enough wire on the usb connector (which is a few inches shorter than the 3.5 mm jack line) to get it there. It's not an "invisible" installation but you have to be looking for it to see it. Finally, one of the things that really sold me on this unit was the auto-power off/auto power on with the cigarette lighter. Many of the other receivers either don't do this or have a battery so they stay on when the ignition is shut off. This feature, along with auto pairing with the last device it was connected to (as long as the BT on that device is on), makes it almost as good as having the technology built into the car. I noticed that when I turn the ignition off, my Galaxy S7 would pause the music if I was streaming Pandora. However, my Motorola Droid wpuld switch over and continue to play Pandora through my phone. Again, this is a phone issue, not an issue with the BK01. So, all-in-all, I can't say enough good things about this device. For my 2011 Hyundai Genesis, which did not come with BT for audio connections, this is the almost perfect, low-cost, solution. I hope this review helps you..... 5Awesome! This thing is awesome! If you have an aux port in your car this thing sounds great and adapts perfectly. The power adapter it comes with even has two USB ports so that you don't totally lose a cigar lighter. The Loop Noise Isolator is definitely worth getting if you ever don't have the music bumbing in your car. If you always play music then it's no issue, because you wont hear anything abnormal while it's playing music. The magnet's adherence to it's base is very strong and wont come loose while you're driving.The remote works well enough, changing songs and picking up the phone works well, however there's a pretty annoying gap between pressing the next song button and the phone actually changing songs. If you're like me and used to changing songs with one hand on your phone without looking just by muscle memory then it's definitely faster to do that.Also if your car is like mine where it has Hand's Free bluetooth but not bluetooth music playback, this works perfectly with both. My iPhone connects to both as soon as I start my car, if I play music it plays through the car kit, if I get a call, it shows up on my car's built in screen. Works as if it was built in!A small note that Bluetooth with multiple users does not work well at all, which was sorta disappointing but the pro's outweigh the cons. If the person playing music leave's, it wont switch to yours automatically, and if you get it to switch, it'll start playing music and go silent every 20 seconds or so as it tries to reconnect with the original device. This is all to say that it won't work well, the person who it connects to when the car starts will have the be the one playing music the whole time. 5like some others First off I didn't get this for free, like some others. I paid the full $24,99Didn't want to go with the FM transmitters since I did not want to deal with FM tuning and noise, hiss etc and because I have an aux+charger in the arm rest. IF you don't have aux input you cannot use this thing.Recently bought a used Subaru Outback 2010 with no BT. But it did have an aux and charger in the arm rest. I was looking at a lot of other models that are cheaper, more expensive. Bought this because one of the reoccurring complaints with many BT car kits in the Amazon and Youtube reviews is the noise that comes from the car motor and the need for a ground loop isolator. I looked at the loop isolators separately and they cost around $5-$7 so assuming I would have the same problem many others did I chose this item which had the best value as a combo that also had BT version 4.1. I just wanted to assume 4.1 would be better at handling 2 phones simultaneously connected to the unit.I will not give a detailed explanation on how to install since it is pretty straight forward but here are some notes from last weekend:1- Connects to 2 phones with ease and delivers calls from both and muting music if on one phone to allow other phone to ring through the BT. I needed this since I have a company phone and personal2- Call quality is good. Pestered my wife who swears she could hear me perfectly on my many trial calls. It was clear with both one and 2 phones connected.3- Music quality is GREAT. No motor sound even when music paused in my 2010 Outback.4- There were some complaints about other units not having an on/off button. Long press the phone icon and this thing turns off and long press again it turns on.5- All 12v ports on my car turn off when car is off. Upon first entry into my car and turning the ignition and waiting for the engine lights to turn off, the phone pairs automatically. But further turning on ignition to start the car turns off the Bluetooth unit. I was worried I would have to pull the charger out and place it back to restart every time I entered the car. No need. Just press the blue phone icon on the unit and it turns on and pairs. So essentially this means every time I drive I have to turn the unit on, but I don't have to pull it off the charger.6- My Moto X has a hands free "Hello Google" option that I turned on. Now I can tell the car to "navigate me to the nearest Dairy Queen". This works without long pressing the FW button which also turns this function (Siri I guess for iphones) on but sometimes it doesn't work without pressing and sometimes it doesn't work at all. I think this is more due to my phone being old, rather than the function on the unit.7- All the FF and RW buttons etc work fine.8- Also skyped parents and no complaints there either.9- Pretty long cables. After where aux and charger ends Y split on the cable the aux end (may be the charger end though) is even longer. I set the magnet a little higher than my knee level on the dash board and have more than half the cables in the arm rest unused. Be careful with some units that have very short cables.Apart from that a BT car unit is a pretty basic thing but with an important function, for me at least. I go on long business trips and sometimes drive for 10-15 hours and I need all of these to work. It looks like it will do the job. Only been 2-3 days so I don't know if the thing will last. We'll see. Will update if it craps out on me. 5
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Great product, easy to use Granted, I just got this today, but I already love it. Super easy to set up, love the magnetic back, and works so well. I mostly wanted it for music. I was previously using an audio wire from my phone to the cars plug in and the sound quality was pretty bad, plus I had to turn the volume up really high just to hear the music at a normal sound level. If I forgot to turn it back down before switching back to the radio, I blasted my ear drums! I like that it connects to my phone as soon as I get in my car. I tried the voice control to send a text and that worked great. So again, it's only been a day, but I am really happy with my purchase and I would recommend this product. 5EXCELLENT Customer Service I've been using this for about 1.5yrs in my car. I haven't had any issues with noise. A few weeks ago, the unit would disconnect after a few minutes, I reset, still the same. I contacted the seller who offers a 2 year guarantee, and they honored it painlessly. Strangely, the original unit started working again, but I'm keeping the replacement handy in case it happens again. Things about this unit:It connects *automatically.* This is my favorite feature and it is what makes this unit better than more recognizable names like Belkin. You don't have to push a button etc, and if your car stereo is defaulted to use the Aux port when you get in, using your phone to play music is seamless and the quality is excellent!The phone feature using this unit is a little "echo-ey" which bothered some people I called but not others. I don't use this unit for the phone feature since my car supports phone bluetooth but not music bluetooth. I just set my car stereo a higher connection than the Besign unit, so phone calls go through my car stereo and music goes through the Aux via this unit. It works out very well and I never have to think about it. My experience with the seller is nothing short of spectacular! 5This item works! Clear sound. Clear calls. Easy to install. Very useful.After several weeks of use, I still have no complaints. However, this unit does not automatically connect. You have to manually hit the call button to power on. That's not an inconvenience for me at all. It allows me to manage my Bluetooth connections a bit better. Overall, I think this is a good investment for every driver who desires hands free calls & high quality music. I highly recommend this product! 5Great build quality, I think this will last I got this to replace my last bluetooth aux kit (MPOW) which died on me after 2 months. This kit has great build quality, thick and long wires, good packaging, and it seems like if you have problems that the manufacturers actually will care about you. My only gripe about this and the reason why I gave it four stars is because there is this annoying beeping sound every time you click the pause/play button. Why on Earth would anyone want to hear a beep every time they pause/play their music? I don't understand the logic behind this. The forward/back buttons don't have this at least, which is good because I use those buttons way more than the pause/play button. 4Highly recommended for those that have AUX but not Bluetooth This device works PERFECTLY in my 2006 Prius that has only an AUX port and no bluetooth. My phone connects within seconds of starting the car, and I'm listening to my favorite podcast within seconds. I fastened the control/receiver to the side of the center console. The aux port and a DC power outlet (cigarette lighter type) is inside the console so I just ran the wires out of the console storage area to the driver's side of the console. Connects every time and allows me to listen to programs on my phone without wires. Sound is great. I've tried using it for phone conversations and the volume is low and a few times it didn't connect on an incoming call. But my primary use is to listen to music and podcasts and for that it is awesome! Works way better than the bluetooth that was in our 2012 Tacoma. 5Not what I thought it would be I use this only for it's audio feature so I can stream music from my phone.PROSThe product hooks up via bluetooth very quickly and automatically when you get near the device. It works, and sounds okay.CONSI hoped to buy this product and leave it plugged in all the time (USB is the power source) however, when I turn my car off this product doesn't turn off. It doesn't even turn off after a certain number of minutes out of use nor does it have a power button. This requires me to unplug it after shutting the car off so that the USB doesn't put a slow drain on the battery. I know it uses a small amount of energy but if you're looking to buy this car, it is likely you already have an old car with an older battery and alternator.Additionally, when I speed up or slow down the volume adjusts which I like but it makes a beeping noise to let me know the volume is adjusting. Is this necessary? What a flawed feature.OVERALLIf you're not picky and want something that works, there are cheaper versions you could buy online. If you are expecting a fully functioning Bluetooth audio set, I'd recommend you look elsewhere. 2Worked great with my IPhone (via bluetooth) but I needed a female to female 3.5mm adapter for the AUX connection to my car This works perfectly. It connects to my IPhone as soon as I start my car (if I hit play on my iPhone). It also does power off when I turn off my car. Some reviewers mentioned it didn't power off or they had to reinsert the 12V plug, but that doesn't seem to be the case for me.I had to buy a female to female adapter (Mini Skater Stereo Coupler 3.5 mm Audio Coupler Female to Female Adapter Connectors Pack of 3) because my car happens to have a cord with a male end for its AUX (unlike many cars which have a 3.5.mm female jack). I had to ensure the connections were tight and twist the connector a bit or the volume would be too soft but once I got a good connection it is nice and loud (audio adapters always seem to be a bit flaky, it's true of all my headphone adapters).People say I sound distant when I talk on the phone when the round piece with the microphone is attached to its magnet (near my car radio). I'm going try buying an Oxo magnetic mini clip to keep in the car so that I can put the clip on my shirt when the phone rings and stick the round microphone piece on the clip temporarily while talking. It is great that the microphone piece uses a magnet to attach so you can hold the microphone near your mouth if really needed. Most of the time I plan to talk very loudly (hands-free) when the phone rings while I'm driving. I don't normally have long conversations in the car but it is nice to be able to easily answer the phone and find out if someone is calling about something urgent. 5Outstanding BT Reciever. WOW! Ok, rarely have I ordered a product that was exactly what the manufacturer and reviewers said it was and did everything exactly as I had hoped with no setup problems or installation issues. This is one of those rare items (a tool really) that is everything I hoped it would be. When I received it today, I checked all the parts out, played around with the location I wanted to mount the BK01 in my car and then paired it to both of my cell phones. The sound I heard through my car speakers using Pandora and Amazon Music was INCREDIBLE. Much better than when I was using an aux-in audio able to listen to my music through my phone...and MUCH LOUDER. In fact, with my phone at full volume, I found that a low volume setting on my car stereo was the "right" volume level for my ears. Of course, if I wanted to rock it out, there was plenty of volume left for that. The controls on the BK01 worked as advertised which will come in handy. No more having to reach for my phone, unlock it and then use the touch controls on my Galaxy S7 to pause or stop my streaming music. The best part was that by using my BT settings on my phone for the BK01 connection, I set it to only transmit music from my phone, not my phone calls. My phone is capable of pairing to two devices at the same time. So, it's still connected to my car's BT, which enables me to use my car for phone calls and the BK01 for streaming music. This still allows me to use my phone book, which is stored in my vehicle for making voice-activated calls. For those wondering, when I receive or make a phone call, the BK01 pauses my music until the call is over and then automatically resumes my music. The only problem I found was that I must turn my car volume up when making BT calls via my car so I can hear the person on the other end. When the music resumes, it is way too loud. This is no fault of the BK01, it's just a matter of knowing how the two systems operate and getting accustomed to turning the car volume back down after the phone call ends. Regarding installation, take some time to work out how you are going to lay out the wires from your mounting location (typically on the dashboard) and your lighter (or USB port if you have one) and your audio in jack. I was able to route the wires under my center console except for a short run up from the bottom of the console into my center console compartment where my audio jack and aux power port are located. I had just enough wire on the usb connector (which is a few inches shorter than the 3.5 mm jack line) to get it there. It's not an "invisible" installation but you have to be looking for it to see it. Finally, one of the things that really sold me on this unit was the auto-power off/auto power on with the cigarette lighter. Many of the other receivers either don't do this or have a battery so they stay on when the ignition is shut off. This feature, along with auto pairing with the last device it was connected to (as long as the BT on that device is on), makes it almost as good as having the technology built into the car. I noticed that when I turn the ignition off, my Galaxy S7 would pause the music if I was streaming Pandora. However, my Motorola Droid wpuld switch over and continue to play Pandora through my phone. Again, this is a phone issue, not an issue with the BK01. So, all-in-all, I can't say enough good things about this device. For my 2011 Hyundai Genesis, which did not come with BT for audio connections, this is the almost perfect, low-cost, solution. I hope this review helps you..... 5Awesome! This thing is awesome! If you have an aux port in your car this thing sounds great and adapts perfectly. The power adapter it comes with even has two USB ports so that you don't totally lose a cigar lighter. The Loop Noise Isolator is definitely worth getting if you ever don't have the music bumbing in your car. If you always play music then it's no issue, because you wont hear anything abnormal while it's playing music. The magnet's adherence to it's base is very strong and wont come loose while you're driving.The remote works well enough, changing songs and picking up the phone works well, however there's a pretty annoying gap between pressing the next song button and the phone actually changing songs. If you're like me and used to changing songs with one hand on your phone without looking just by muscle memory then it's definitely faster to do that.Also if your car is like mine where it has Hand's Free bluetooth but not bluetooth music playback, this works perfectly with both. My iPhone connects to both as soon as I start my car, if I play music it plays through the car kit, if I get a call, it shows up on my car's built in screen. Works as if it was built in!A small note that Bluetooth with multiple users does not work well at all, which was sorta disappointing but the pro's outweigh the cons. If the person playing music leave's, it wont switch to yours automatically, and if you get it to switch, it'll start playing music and go silent every 20 seconds or so as it tries to reconnect with the original device. This is all to say that it won't work well, the person who it connects to when the car starts will have the be the one playing music the whole time. 5like some others First off I didn't get this for free, like some others. I paid the full $24,99Didn't want to go with the FM transmitters since I did not want to deal with FM tuning and noise, hiss etc and because I have an aux+charger in the arm rest. IF you don't have aux input you cannot use this thing.Recently bought a used Subaru Outback 2010 with no BT. But it did have an aux and charger in the arm rest. I was looking at a lot of other models that are cheaper, more expensive. Bought this because one of the reoccurring complaints with many BT car kits in the Amazon and Youtube reviews is the noise that comes from the car motor and the need for a ground loop isolator. I looked at the loop isolators separately and they cost around $5-$7 so assuming I would have the same problem many others did I chose this item which had the best value as a combo that also had BT version 4.1. I just wanted to assume 4.1 would be better at handling 2 phones simultaneously connected to the unit.I will not give a detailed explanation on how to install since it is pretty straight forward but here are some notes from last weekend:1- Connects to 2 phones with ease and delivers calls from both and muting music if on one phone to allow other phone to ring through the BT. I needed this since I have a company phone and personal2- Call quality is good. Pestered my wife who swears she could hear me perfectly on my many trial calls. It was clear with both one and 2 phones connected.3- Music quality is GREAT. No motor sound even when music paused in my 2010 Outback.4- There were some complaints about other units not having an on/off button. Long press the phone icon and this thing turns off and long press again it turns on.5- All 12v ports on my car turn off when car is off. Upon first entry into my car and turning the ignition and waiting for the engine lights to turn off, the phone pairs automatically. But further turning on ignition to start the car turns off the Bluetooth unit. I was worried I would have to pull the charger out and place it back to restart every time I entered the car. No need. Just press the blue phone icon on the unit and it turns on and pairs. So essentially this means every time I drive I have to turn the unit on, but I don't have to pull it off the charger.6- My Moto X has a hands free "Hello Google" option that I turned on. Now I can tell the car to "navigate me to the nearest Dairy Queen". This works without long pressing the FW button which also turns this function (Siri I guess for iphones) on but sometimes it doesn't work without pressing and sometimes it doesn't work at all. I think this is more due to my phone being old, rather than the function on the unit.7- All the FF and RW buttons etc work fine.8- Also skyped parents and no complaints there either.9- Pretty long cables. After where aux and charger ends Y split on the cable the aux end (may be the charger end though) is even longer. I set the magnet a little higher than my knee level on the dash board and have more than half the cables in the arm rest unused. Be careful with some units that have very short cables.Apart from that a BT car unit is a pretty basic thing but with an important function, for me at least. I go on long business trips and sometimes drive for 10-15 hours and I need all of these to work. It looks like it will do the job. Only been 2-3 days so I don't know if the thing will last. We'll see. Will update if it craps out on me. 5
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