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Roav Bluetooth 4.1 Receiver by Anker w/ Mic, Noise Cancellation and a USB Port $10.99 + FS

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Roav Bluetooth Receiver, by Anker, with Bluetooth 4.1, CSR Bluetooth Chip, Noise-Cancellation, Integrated Mic for Hands-Free Calling, AUX-Out Port, and a USB Charging Port for $10.99. Shipping is Free.
  • Plug and Play: Connect to your car's aux-in port to link to your smartphone via Bluetooth.
  • Crystal-Clear Sound: An advanced CSR chipset rapidly processes wireless signal to deliver superior sound.
  • Stable Connection: Bluetooth 4.1 reliably transmits sound from up to 33 ft away.
  • Built-In Mic: Equipped with noise-cancellation technology to provide clear, hands-free calling while you drive.
  • What You Get: Bluetooth receiver, AUX/power cable, welcome guide, worry-free 12-month warranty, and our friendly customer service. Note: not compatible with 2011 BMW X5, 2009 Mazda 3 and not recommended for car models from Japanese auto manufacturers.
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Note: not compatible with 2011 BMW X5, 2009 Mazda 3 and not recommended for car models from Japanese auto manufacturers.
Interesting...I wonder why such a broad exclusion.
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But photos seem to show it needs to be prominently mounted. Makes sense re mic but doesn't make for a clean install

3.7 stars on Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/Bluetooth-...B07CXVZCYL
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Interesting...I wonder why such a broad exclusion.
I think possibly because Japanese auto manufacturers have the power cut off to the "cigarette lighter" ports when the car is turned off and the unit does not like to be turned on in that capacity. Many people mention that when they turn their car back on, they have to unplug and plug in the unit several times after the car is started to get it to power on. Supposedly the "new batch" of these addresses this issue which one person apparently got a replacement and said it worked fine after that.
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will it work with solara 1999 doing the aux hack?
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I think possibly because Japanese auto manufacturers have the power cut off to the "cigarette lighter" ports when the car is turned off and the unit does not like to be turned on in that capacity. Many people mention that when they turn their car back on, they have to unplug and plug in the unit several times after the car is started to get it to power on. Supposedly the "new batch" of these addresses this issue which one person apparently got a replacement and said it worked fine after that.
I have this issue in a 2013 Jetta. I feel like it worked fine, then began acting up. Previous generation Anker BT did the same thing, but took a year before needing 10x unplug/replug.
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Tempted
But photos seem to show it needs to be prominently mounted. Makes sense re mic but doesn't make for a clean install

3.7 stars on Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/Bluetooth-...B07CXVZCYL
Mic is in a terrible spot and they removed track fwd/rev button. The only redeeming quality is that cables are removable, however they put the jacks in terrible position
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The page has no mention to any audio codec. I would assume it being SBC only.
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I have this. It sounds great but the power issue is a little annoying. I find that if you unplug the power cable from the unit, wait 5 seconds and then plug it in, it'll power up and connect to your phone. The lack of forward and back buttons is also very inconvenient but doesn't detract from the quality of the sound. That being said, I'd recommend it at $10...
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Interesting...I wonder why such a broad exclusion.
I'm getting for an Acura TL and Honda Civic so we'll see
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Tempted, would try it out if it was from Amazon as the return process is pretty painless
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I think possibly because Japanese auto manufacturers have the power cut off to the "cigarette lighter" ports when the car is turned off and the unit does not like to be turned on in that capacity. Many people mention that when they turn their car back on, they have to unplug and plug in the unit several times after the car is started to get it to power on. Supposedly the "new batch" of these addresses this issue which one person apparently got a replacement and said it worked fine after that.
I'm guessing these on the Flash sale are the old ones getting cleared out then?
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Would this be appropriate to add bt to an old av receiver that doesnt have bt built in?
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Would this be appropriate to add bt to an old av receiver that doesnt have bt built in?
It would work fine, but you won't use the phone calling features of this unit if it's hooked to a home receiver.
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I'm guessing these on the Flash sale are the old ones getting cleared out then?
More than likely, but the review that I read stated that Anker replaced theirs with one that worked if you want to go through the hassle of that.
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