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Neon01 1,050 284 July 2, 2013 at 05:52 AM in Tech & Electronics (6) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 07-02-2013 by iconian at 12:08 PM View Original Post
BlueRigger via Amazon.com has Kinivo BTC450 Bluetooth Hands-Free Car Kit w/ Aux Input Jack for $39.99 - $15 with promo code BBBBBBTC = $24.99. Free shipping with Prime (free student accounts available) or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks Neon01
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Edited July 4, 2013 at 06:52 AM by BostonGirl
http://www.amazon.com/Kinivo-BTC4...ports+aptX

Use Code BBBBBBTC at checkout for $15 discount (bringing the total to $24.99). Looks like this is $5 cheaper than it was when posted about a month ago.

Great reviews. I picked one up for my car with bluetooth but no AD2P. aptX capability makes it attractive to pair with my HTC One. Other products implementing aptX codec (according to Wikipedia):

-Samsung Galaxy S and Note smartphones, starting with 2012 models
-HTC One series smartphones
-Motorola Droid RAZR Android phones
-Advance Acoustic WTX-500
-SENNHEISER MM 400 X
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Last Edited by aka_BigRed July 8, 2013 at 10:06 AM
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INSTALLATION TIP:

Cars that do not have a Bluetooth system factory installed very frequently have a "buzz" or "hum" in electrical system once a device like this is plugged in for audio (noise can be heard through the speakers).

If you hear this, it is 99% chance your problem will go away if you buy a "ground loop isolator". It's a ~$10 device that plugs in before the audio AUX port on your stereo.

Cars both cheap and expensive can have this problem. Just spend $10 and get it, okay?

Just put your volume up for your music and you won't hear it.

Don't buy this if you own a BMW E46, it won't work and will disable your aux input!

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I posted this deal last month but at $30. Bought one and love it. I'm buying again for my other car. Works great with my Nexus 4. Thanks OP.
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picked one up thanks!
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Problem I see is that the USB port seems to be only 1A which is too low for, as an example, an iPhone 5.
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Anybody know if this automatically switches to AUX when receiving phone calls? Or do I have to manually switch from FM to aux?
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nice find! just about to buy a similar product
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thanks OP! I have a Motorola Roadster 2 (for calls) and a USB BT receiver (for music), but this would be a great way to unify the two purposes. Also my mini cooper is loud as heck on the freeway and ppl always complain on my roadster. I hope this does a better job dealing with road noise.
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Got one, was looking for a system for my fit, thanks!
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bought from previous deal. It is an excellent product
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Quote from phillylex View Post :
Problem I see is that the USB port seems to be only 1A which is too low for, as an example, an iPhone 5.
Are you sure about that? I thought the IP5 used the same 1A charger that the 4S and previous models used. At least it looks identical. Definitely, the ipad or other tablets would not work with this though, as they require 2A I believe.

Thanks to the folks who posted that already bought it with feedback. It makes me feel better about picking one up. I got one of the el-cheapo models that go for about $15 about 6 months ago and it was horrible.
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I just bought this last week for $40 from Amazon. Is there a way to go about having Amazon reduce the price or does it not count as a lower price since its a promotion?
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