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GOgroove FlexSMART X3 Bluetooth FM Transmitter Car Kit with Hands-free Calling , Audio Playback and USB Charging
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- EQUIPPED WITH BLUETOOTH TECHNOLOGY for hands-free calling & wireless audio playback! Perfect for Apple , Samsung , HTC , LG , Sony , Motorola , Nokia & More Smartphones , Tablets & MP3 Players
- SLEEK & MODERN DESIGN: the FlexSMART X3 features low profile port placement, flexible neck, and ultra chic styling
- PRECISION BUTTON CONTROLS: Including volume, station tuning, track control, play/pause, Auto-Scan, & integrated LCD Display Answer/End Call buttons to fine tune an incredible audio experience
- UNIVERSAL USB CHARGING PORT and AUX Line-In to connect non Bluetooth devices and Aux Line-Out; Auto-Sync remembers your phone and automatically pairs every time you turn it on!
- UNMATCHED QUALITY: the FlexSMART X3 is backed by the GOgroove Audio 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty!
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AUTO-SCAN automatically finds an ideal FM station , and easy-pairing lets you sync in seconds! Simply hold down the blue phone button for 5 seconds (lights will start flashing) & select 'FLEXSMART X3' in your Bluetooth menu. A2DP enhanced clarity technology provides crystal clear audio!
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With features like a USB charging port (Micro USB charger cable incl.) and auxiliary Line-In & Line-Out , you can charge nearly any device , connect wired audio devices , & equip your car stereo with stunning Bluetooth connectivity through its Line-In AUX jack.
The redesigned , ultra-sleek form factor & new precision button controls make for a truly beautiful device that complements any vehicle. Fine tuning your wireless audio experience is easier & more convenient than ever before!
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It was really easy to set up. The only negative thing about the set up was finding the station... my radio only tunes to Odd numbered frequencies but this device would sometimes try to set me up on an even numbered frequency. Changing the station is easy though (just hold in the center button for a few seconds), so it doesn't take long at all to find a station that works, though I wish I could manually set the station.
It pairs to my Windows phone automatically once it is set up. Every time I get in the car and turn it on, they pair up. When I turn the car off and this device turns off, my phone automatically pauses the music and then unpauses and plays the music as soon as it reconnects to the device. I love it!
Phone calls are easy to answer.... I am unable to make calls directly from the device so far, but that might be an issue with my phone rather than the device, either way it's not a big deal for me because if I am the one making the call, I would rather not be driving. It works like a speaker phone, so while I hear the person on the other end clearly enough through my speakers, some people said it sounds a bit echoey on the other end, but I wouldn't expect anything else from a speaker phone.
If the volume is up high on the radio and there is no music playing, I do hear some static, but with the music on I don't hear it at all, and the music sounds very clear.
I would recommend this product to anyone who doesn't have bluetooth built into their car. Even if you have an Aux. input to play your music from your phone on the radio, this device is still a good buy because it has both aux input and output.
Also, on the questions, some people had a concern about it draining the battery when the car is off. If you have any concerns with this at all, there is a easy to use power switch right on the portion of this device that plugs into the outlet, so after I turn the car off, I just hit that little switch and don't have to worry about it at all. I don't think it would use the battery anyway when it is off, but this way it's not even a possibility. When I get back in the car I can just press this little button again to turn it back on.
After further testing, we determined that the difference causing the problem is that the X3 transmits at a higher audio volume than the X2. Slightly turning down the volume on the Bluetooth source device eliminated the distortion. It's a bit of an annoyance to remember to adjust volume when switching between X2 and X3, but certainly livable and not worth deducting a star.
We were happy to find this solution, because otherwise the X3 is a significant step up from the X2. Switching between paired devices is fast and seamless, and unlike the X2, the X3 resumes playback on its own. The controls are a bit more intuitive (easier to use without glancing at it while driving) and it's nice to have audio input/output ports. The accessory plug seats very firmly - no question that it will stay in over time.
*EDIT* Unfortunately the crushed and distorted 'S's are ruining our experience with this product. In order to avoid them, some songs must be set at 1/3 volume on the iPhone, which means even at maximum volume on the radio, it's just too quiet in many cases. Or you can listen at normal volume and have your ears bleed from those crushed 'S's.
There is one other annoyance - the feature which searches for available frequencies nearly always picks an even decimal, such as 98.2. Since our radio (like most) can only tune to odd decimals, this feature is also useless.