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In for 1 since I'm still old school.
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In for 1 since I'm still old school.
They're really nice, I've tried a few from the dollar store and five below (store near me) that just break. This one has been awesome for me with no hiccups.
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They're really nice, I've tried a few from the dollar store and five below (store near me) that just break. This one has been awesome for me with no hiccups.
How is the audio quality?
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I have used this for a while, mine is branded under a different name. This uses the T10 version circuit board, it is also available without the flex shaft, it is the newer model, buttons are a little smoother. There are newer versions than T10 available. It works good, you'll notice a slight whine between tracks if volume is high, it has spoken notifications about pairing that are a bit to loud at times, but pairing is very easy. I just ordered 2 of the ones w/o flex a week ago on eBay from China for 3.79 each w free shipping https://m.ebay.com/itm/i6-Car-Kit...1207499011
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I have used this for a while mine is branded under a different name. This uses the T10 version circuit board. This is also available without the flex shaft. This is the newer model, buttons are a little smoother. There are newer versions than T10 available. It works good, you'll notice a slight whine between tracks if volume is high. I just ordered 2 of the ones w/o flex a week ago on eBay from China for 3.79 each w free shipping
can you provide a link? I'm interested.
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I have used this for a while mine is branded under a different name. This uses the T10 version circuit board. This is also available without the flex shaft. This is the newer model, buttons are a little smoother. There are newer versions than T10 available. It works good, you'll notice a slight whine between tracks if volume is high. I just ordered 2 of the ones w/o flex a week ago on eBay from China for 3.79 each w free shipping
Did you take it apart this specific model and brand to find out? What does T10 mean? I assume the non flex model is cheaper?
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can you provide a link? I'm interested.
https://m.ebay.com/itm/i6-Car-Kit...1207499011
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This is a fantastic model, good clarity
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Did you take it apart this specific model and brand to find out? What does T10 mean? I assume the non flex model is cheaper?
Well actually my dog did take my first one apart when she caught the power cord jumping out of the jeep. But no I didn't investigate much. I would imagine some slight upgrades and fixes are added to the newer boards. Do a eBay search for Nulaxy to see some of their branded stuff they have the 3 versions I've spotted
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Reviews on Amazon aren't particularly great when it comes to how long this sucker lasts. Good luck with the one year warranty.
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I bought two of these a while back when there was one deal or another. Not a big fan. The USB charging port on one stopped working fairly early on - and the other one is sporadic in connecting to my phone (both my Samsung and iPhone). You also have to have the volume on the receiver (at least in my case - in a Toyota and a Chysler) up around 23 to be at the same volume as a "normal" radio station would be at around an 8 (where 25 would be the max). So, if another drive is in the car and changes the station - they are going to get that station at full volume. It's also kind of dopey in that it tells you that it's connected - and again that it's connected to a phone - every time you turn the car on.

There may be ways around all of this. I'm not too smart. It still beats any cassette adapter - and you don't have to mess with plugging your phone into an AUX cable every time you get in. I'm going to save my pennies and get a new head unit for the car that has built in blue tooth.
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In for 1. Thanks!
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Decent price for someone looking for one of these.
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I have used this for a while, mine is branded under a different name. This uses the T10 version circuit board, it is also available without the flex shaft, it is the newer model, buttons are a little smoother. There are newer versions than T10 available. It works good, you'll notice a slight whine between tracks if volume is high, it has spoken notifications about pairing that are a bit to loud at times, but pairing is very easy. I just ordered 2 of the ones w/o flex a week ago on eBay from China for 3.79 each w free shipping https://m.ebay.com/itm/i6-Car-Kit...1207499011
Where's the mic on that one? I got one that looked like the one in this SD post, but a different brand (LeFun) - it's the first BT-FM transmitter I've tried that had a microphone worth a damn, but of course it broke today. If the one you linked has a good microphone then I'll be all over it!
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