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No battery, only USB power.
Jan 15, 2014 by Robert J Schulz
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Always on most cars turn off 12v if no keys
Jan 26, 2014 by Mike Hunt
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I have a iPhone mine works .it should sound should just come out the speakers And use your phones own mic where you normality talk on when you make a call.
Sep 6, 2013 by Del
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no. one of my abiding complaints about this is the fact that i have to reconnect to it every time i use it. but you get what you pay for.
May 15, 2014 by K. P. Line
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The system works, provided you use the USB as the power source and the RCA device output as the audio input source to your car's stereo (AUX). As far as quality is concerned, the system does a fairly good job at replicating the fidelity of what you are sending via bluetooth. However, it does not appear to equal the sound quality if you were playing a CD for instance. That said, the quality of your audio files matter as the system does not enhance or mask low quality recordings. I found that my phone Media player had the ability to apply "enhancements" (deeper bass/treeble, mobile Dolby, etc) that gave the playback the punch I was looking for. Bear in mind, it's a no thrills solution for under $10.00. Better options are available. I was not able to find one for same or lower price.
Mar 2, 2014 by Inet Contact
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It works great for music if you only connecting speakers for a tv if you loking to transmit video there is no much on the specifications about it, just that will work with any Bluetooth device.
Nov 20, 2013 by ALEXB3
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If your HTC conforms to the bluetooth audio protocol. If you don't know your phone, just buy and try - it's a mere 8 bucks.
Nov 11, 2013 by Rodger C.
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Unfortunately, no.
Apr 9, 2014 by Ryan
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You would be better off pluggin your earbuds to your phone instead of connecting your phone via bluetooth to the device and connecting in turn to earbud....the best use of the adater in car where you dont have bluetooth connectivity to car audio but have a aux input as the device works well within few feets
Jul 19, 2014 by Salman Muzammil
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Yes it will
Oct 6, 2014 by Amazon Customer
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