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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- Size (LWH): 5 inches, 1.18 inches, 7.09 inches
- Weight: 0 ounces
Top Customer Reviews
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!
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
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.
Other than occasional "crackles" (mostly during silence), the quality and consistency is good. I have some odd issues with "source management" (I don't know how else to describe it), but I'm 90% sure it's mostly on the iPhone end. Certain audio sources seem to conflict and cause rare hiccups (i.e. audio will cut out or stutter when using Waze voice nav and Pandora Radio at the same time).
I LOVE the low-profile design. It's so tiny that the little flip-down port cover on my Civic would probably cover the entire unit (if it weren't for the necessary cord coming out of the BlueTrip).
It's important to note that I don't use this for calls. I can't say the quality is awful, but I wasn't impressed enough to ever try, and since I keep my phone by my side anyways, it's not a hassle to just hold it for conversations. Besides, like a bad driver, I still often have to manage the phone a little for calls/operation. That means that "hands-free" while talking is essentially a moot point.
I CAN say that it works for most of my voice controls to Siri. I think most people's issues is probably due – in part – to wear the BlueTrip has to be plugged in a particular vehicle. In my Civic, it's relative low, slightly blocked by the dash, and then also half-covered by a port cap/cover.Read more ›
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. ;-)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've only used this once for music so far, and have not taken any calls on it, but the volume level is definitely low. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Anonymous Buyer
love the bluetrip. works perfectly. used in conjunction with tape deck to get in-car bluetooth streamingPublished 1 month ago by Andrew A.
Output level is a little low, but other than that it works great, and for a very reasonable price.Published 1 month ago by JDGreen
:: TL;DR Version ::
- Auto connects, remembers devices perfectly
- Never drops connection
- Simple setup, one button so kinda hard to screw up lol... Read more
Paired easily, but such a shame that the audio was completely flat with overwhelming static. Really poor execution of what should be an elegant, simple Bluetooth design. Read morePublished 3 months ago by K. Morgan
If you don't need a USB port to charge or need pair multiple phones, this is hands down the best BT aux on the market. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Chris