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Griffin Technology BlueTrip AUX for iPhone and Smartphones

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  • Handsfree call and play solution for iPhone and Bluetooth-enabled smartphones
  • Low-profile BlueTrip receiver plugs into accessory power outlet
  • BlueTrip remembers paired devices and automatically reconnects every time you get in your car
  • 1 button: press once to answer, press again to end call and return to your music
  • Use with Griffin PowerJolt Plus for a total power/play handsfree solution
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 5 inches, 1.18 inches, 7.09 inches
  • Weight: 3.2 ounces
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 1.2 x 7.1 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004KPLS7K
  • Item model number: GC15004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (240 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,766 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Griffin's smallest in-car solution yet lets you play music and talk handsfree with your iPhone or any Bluetooth-enabled smartphone. Slip the low-profile Bluetooth receiver into your vehicle's accessory power outlet, then connect the included auxiliary audio cable to your car stereo's AUX-In jack. The first time you use BlueTrip AUX with your phone, introduce the two by a simple Pairing step. Thereafter, just press play. Your iPhone or smartphone sends the music wirelessly to BlueTrip, and BlueTrip routes it to your car stereo through the AUX cable. Phoning? When a call comes in, just press BlueTrip's multifunction button. Call audio is routed to your stereo and BlueTrip's high-sensitivity mic picks up your voice. You talk handsfree, and your caller hears you loud and clear.

Customer Reviews

The quality of the sound is good.
Justin Teems
This product works great in my car for streaming BT audio, I do not use it for phone calls.
bostonlover
People said there was a lot of noise and it was difficult to hear when I spoke.
Brianosaurus

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By thatsonlyme on June 30, 2011
Verified Purchase
my car has factory bluetooth installed but it doesn't support streaming audio. also my aux plug is inside the armrest, right next to 12v dc plug so I can imagine that microphone would not pick up my voice when my armrest is closed.
audio streaming through this device is simply amazing! I have not noticed any significant difference in audio quality compared to direct aux cable connection. it pairs with the phone automatically, no need to push the button like some other devices.
I'm using it paired with my rooted thunderbolt and it works perfect!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Iphone User on March 25, 2011
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I bought this for streaming audio from my iphone and it works flawlessly for this. Paring is simple and once paired never have to do anything ever again - you get in the car with your phone and its ready to play music.

The device can also do hands free calling - this was a bit mixed - it depends where you cigarette lighter socket is as to how good the audio pick up is.

Overall highly recommend it for audio streaming - many other devices have issues with paring this certainly does not
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Matthew J. Rygelski on April 12, 2012
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I have a Toyota Highlander Hybrid 2008. It has everything except A2DP bluetooth streaming, and I want bluetooth streaming so I don't kill myself while driving and trying to mess with aux cords when I would like to hear Pandora from my iPhone. I bought this device for A2DP use only, my car has built-in bluetooth for phone calls. (No idea how it works for hands-free calling)

My jaw dropped when I got this all hooked up and turned on! Synced with my iPhone 4S just fine and did not interfere whatsoever with the connection to the car's built-in bluetooth hands-free calling. I can make and receive calls using the built-in Toyota bluetooth. The A2DP audio quality sounds crystal clear and amazing! I can get out of the car and walk around the garage while it continues playing strong -- only when I walk into the house does the audio start to break up a little. Because it connects though the Aux jack, it won't display on your car's screen the artist/song name or give you any Previous/Next Song controls. I didn't expect it to do any of that, so no disappointment there! What it does do, it does very well.
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28 of 35 people found the following review helpful By russ2387 on July 9, 2011
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I ordered this and within a week the microphone went on it. Everyone i talked to on the phone, using the device said they couldn't understand me. So i returned it and got another. Again most people could not understand me, and I had to take the phone off bluetooth. But for sending music from the phone to the car stereo, it does EXCELLENT. Great quality sound. They just NEED to fix the microphone. Unfortunately its too late to return mine. I ordered the Motorola T505 rokr to replace it. That has great reviews on Amazon and YouTube. Btw to use this device you need to have an auxiliary input to the radio.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By ScoopH on February 8, 2012
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I bought this for my 2008 Acura, which already has a handsfree bluetooth system for phone calls. The car has both an auxiliary input and a power plug inside the armrest/center console, so the BlueTrip unit installed out of sight. Installation was easy: just plugged the unit into the power plug and then attached the included audio cable to the unit and the auxiliary input. Pairing was painless with my Motorola Droid RAZR. And the audio on my phone was broadcast through the car stereo.

The only minor glitch I encountered was that the BlueTrip also paired to the phone for calling purposes. However, that was easily remedied by opening the bluetooth settings on my phone and long-pressing BlueTrip in the list of paired devices. Up popped a list including phone and audio, which were both checked. I simply unchecked the box next to phone, and the BlueTrip stopped pairing with the phone for calling.

To me, the audio is excellent, but I'm not an audiophile. Both music and voice sound great.

This product is a little pricey. But if it continues to work this well, I think it is worth it not to fuss with attaching/detaching the cable every time I get in or out of the car.

Now to look for a good bluetooth charging solution so I don't have to plug in my phone at all. ;-)
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Gene Heck on August 5, 2011
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This bluetooth adapter does exactly what it promises. I have a new Honda Element and wanted to use my ipod without an attached cable. This does the trick. My aux 12 volt plug and my aux jack for the radio are next to each other and I only had to acquire a six inch stereo cable to complete the hookup. In my case everything tucked up neatly out of sight. I just plugged in the BT adapter in and let it connect to my Ipod and now I can turn the Ipod on and stick it in the overhead compartment or wherever and have clear music. I would buy this again.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By TheWombat on August 14, 2013
Car: Landrover LR2 2009 - with technology pack (Bluetooth, upgraded stereo, sat nav etc)
Phone: Apple iPhone 5 with iOS 7 beta 5

Our 2009 LR2 came with Bluetooth for audio phone calls however lacked the capability to stream music via Bluetooth. Ideally I was after a device that would:
a) support Pandora music streaming via Bluetooth A2DP and an AUX cable into the stereo
b) auto pair with a previously paired phone
c) work with the iPhone 5
d) fit in a 12v cigarette lighter socket
e) would co-exist with the LR2 Bluetooth which I would continue to use for audio phone calls

note: The LR2 has the AUX socket within a fingers length from a 12v cigarette socket.

After several days of researching I selected the Griffin BlueTrip AUX for iPhone.

Other options considered were:
1) New Potato TuneLink - met criteria of fitting in cigarette lighter socket however had poor rating and includes too many superfluous features such as FM transmitter and seemed to require an application to be installed on the iPhone
2) Kinivo BTC450 and similar devices - weren't as compact as the Griffin Bluetrip
3) Miccus Mini-Jack RC - was a perfect match in terms of A2DP without including unnecessary features such as audio phone calls, however didn't fit in a 12v cigarette lighter socket so would not be 'as tidy'

Review

The BlueTrip was bought on eBay - brand new - as Griffin have discontinued them. The packaging was unblemished and the instructions easy to read:
i) Remove Bluetrip,
ii) Place in 12v cigarette socket,
iii) Plug in an AUX cable,
iv) Press the button for 5 seconds to initially pair to phone.

It really was that easy!
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