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This review is from: Belkin Hands-Free Bluetooth Car Kit for Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones, US Version (Electronics)
I bought this product having never used an A2DP receiver before, so I was a bit skeptical about how audio quality would be, for both music and calls. When I finished pairing the device, which took all of 30 seconds, I immediately started up PowerAMP on my HTC Thunderbolt and hit play. I honestly could not tell a difference between the bluetooth connection and a straight wired one. I would highly recommend this for anyone wanting a bluetooth enabled car.
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Initial post: May 17, 2011 10:41:09 PM PDT
Jacob W. Hogan says:
When you leave the car and get back in after a little does it automatically reconnect? Or do you have to repair it each time you enter the car?
In reply to an earlier post on May 21, 2011 4:22:41 AM PDT
A Voong says:
You have to press the button to reconnect the phone/player.
Posted on Sep 9, 2011 4:15:56 PM PDT
WAICOM GROUP says:
i was wondering is it device can auto switch between phone and music player. what i want is playing music with ipod and automate switch to my phone when i got call, switch back once call ended.
In reply to an earlier post on Sep 9, 2011 6:21:06 PM PDT
A Voong says:
Yes, it will stop the music and switch you to the phone call. Once, the call ends, it'll resume your music.
But, sometimes with my iPhone 3G, you have to press "Audio Source", and then select "AirCast" to be able to talk through the bluetooth. I haven't verified with another phone if the problem persists on the phone or the AirCast.
In the manual, it says to press the button twice to skip the song, that never worked for me. Then, I discovered that between the 1st and 2nd press, you have to wait half a second.
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