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Alpine eX-10 - Bluetooth hands-free car kit / iPod interface adapter w/built-in FM modulator

by Alpine
23 customer reviews

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  • Works with any car radio
  • Bluetooth hands-free operation and audio streaming
  • High Resolution 2.4-inch color TFT display shows navigation and album artwork
  • Connect to radio using RCA, mini jack input, or high quality FM wireless transmitter
  • Full speed connection for iPod
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Alpine
  • Model Number: eX-10

Product Description

Rock your dash with an eX-10, a plug-and-play device that offers convenient control over your iPod and your Bluetooth enabled cell phone.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001J2YYPK
  • Item model number: eX-10
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #457,130 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 1, 2003

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Customer Reviews

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael F. Wright on April 22, 2008
I bought this unit a few months ago and just found the time to install it in my truck. I had it up and running my iPhone in no time at all. It was real plug and play. As far as the one reviewer using the FM modulator feature, if you have an AUX in jack on your stereo, you can connect directly. That is what I did, and like I said, it sounds great!

I placed mine right on the dash, just a little off center. The wires and control box are buried in my dash. There is a supplied remote control wire with a sensor on it for use with the remote. I spliced into my cigarette lighter and put a 12 volt outlet on it that I picked up at a truck stop, it too is buried in the dash. Very clean looking install.

As far as the bluetooth? I don't use it on the Alpine. I have a Jawbone bluetooth ear piece that works much better than an external mike. Need that noise cancellation feature in my cab.

And the navigation seems to work fine. I just pick an artist and go from there. And it is nice not having to screw around with the iPhone while driving. The little Alpine monitor looks small, but is very readable and easy to navigate.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Hoof Hearted on December 1, 2009
The Alpine Ex-10 does some things well and some things okay. I've given it four stars because it is a very nice little gadget. Here's my experience so far...

I installed it outside a Car-Toys in about 30 minutes after reading through the guide.
The instructions that come with it are very good about installation and the basics of the unit.
The colors that little screen put out (mostly blue) are very vibrant. The screen brightness can be adjusted up or down.

***BIG ONE*** There are a lot of people bashing the FM Modulator because it has only 4 preset stations in the 88.x range. These are the illiterates I am talking about. By following the instructions and holding down a button for a couple seconds you can seek either direction to find an unused station. You can preset 4 different stations to tune into. For example, 103.1 and 90.7 are both fairly free where I live. I chose them in slots 1 and 2 and now if I have any problem with one I can switch to the other extremely easily. These presets are completely changable - all 4 of them - and it says so right in the setup guide if these people would read them.

I was able to sync up my AT&T HTC Fuze via bluetooth effortlessly. The whole bluetooth setup took about 60 seconds and that includes turning bluetooth on on both devices. It syncs perfectly whenever I get in the car now. I am able to listen to audiobooks and music wirelessly over bluetooth in full stereo from my phone to the Ex-10 and then transmitted over FM to my car stereo. It's nice and as easy to use as starting the music player on my phone.

Bluetooth calling is a bit of an issue. I haven't set up voice dialing yet. My phonebook took forever to come over onto the Ex-10 and it seems to be missing a few numbers for some reason.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mazinger on January 25, 2010
After having used an FM transmitter for my iPod classic for a while, was looking for something that would make it easier to control what I was listening to and that would make good eye candy for what was playing.. this device was it!. Setup for my iPod couldn't have been easier, I did have to read the manual to figure out how to get back out from a list once it was chosen, but other than that, it is pretty intuitive.
Phone setup with my Motorola Razr was simple. I don't use that feature as much, but it wsa simple to setup.

Sound Quality over my previous transmitter (Griffin Roadtrip) is a quantum leap better... no more occasional interference, better reproduction of my music library.

The only concern I have is for battery life in the remote, but so far after three months usage it seems to still be going strong.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By L. Soto on March 9, 2010
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I truly cannot understand what all the commotion is about. This is a excellent product at $35.00. You are not going to find another for this price. I've bought multiple units and none have failed. I just installed in a BMW 740il. Took an hour and a half but after you could only see one cable. I hid the microphone where the original one was and WOW what clarity and it's hidden. No one I have installed this for has complained about bluetooth connectivity or ipod functionality. Of course there is going to be half a second lag now and then. This is not made by apple people. For 34.99 you cannot possible go wrong.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Lyons on January 10, 2010
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I have a 98 Porsche..and I didnt want to hack up my dash and remove my stock radio....this is a very nice addition to my car that works EXACTLY how I needed it to. Not that sound quality is my main concern with the top down.....BUT the functionality..is ABSOLUTELY what I needed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Roger W. Whitehead Sr. on June 4, 2011
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I had an in-dash radio with Bluetooth in my old car. I traded it for a pickup that had a factory XM radio in the dash. My old stereo had Sirius. Not wanting to clutter the roof with stick-on antennae, but needing Bluetooth, as I am hearing-impaired decided to get the Alpine eX-10. I made a small shelf for it to sit on, along with the remote, hooked it up and tried it out.

Since my stereo has an Aux Input, I wired it directly to the car stereo. I found that the phonebook will not download, a fact that circumvents the hands-free functions of the phone. When I want to make a call, I have to do so manually, using the phone. I make sure I do this when I am not in traffic, and I have memorized the button pushes to make calls to the two places I call most. The phone sounds great and I can have the conversation without holding the phone to my ear. Sometimes when the person on the other end of the conversation hangs up, the eX-10 realizes this and hangs up for me. If I am expecting a call, I have to use the radio in Aux/CD mode. Since CDs are so 90s, I don't use them. If I forget my iPod, I have to listen to road noise until my call is complete. I will probably get a cell phone with mp3 capabilities and will hopefully get rid of this problem.

I mentioned the iPod. It plays through the eX-10 really well. I do with there were buttons on the front of the unit, so that I didn't have to retrieve the remote any time I want to play another song, answer the phone, etc. A short piece of velcro taped to that aluminum shelf I built keeps the remote within reach and at the same place, so I can pick it up without taking my eyes off the road.

All in all, this is a good unit. I was really pampered with the "everyone's everything" unit I had before. I am acclimating to the apparent shortcomings of this unit. I can't find another that does Bluetooth and iPod. I'd buy it again.
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