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Belkin Hands-Free Bluetooth Car Kit for Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones, US Version Reviews

Belkin Hands-Free Bluetooth Car Kit for Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones, US Version Reviews


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Belkin Hands-Free Bluetooth Car Kit for Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones, US Version

Belkin Hands-Free Bluetooth Car Kit for Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones, US Version
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Seamlessly switches between incoming calls and music
  • Echo-cancelling microphone
  • Aux-In connection
  • Micro-CLA power adapter with USB power port
Key Features: Seamlessly switches between incoming calls and music Echo-cancelling microphone Aux-In connection Micro-CLA power adapter with USB power port Simple Setup AirCast Auto easily connects your smartphone to your car stereo—no need for professional installation. Simply plug it into your car’s auxiliary input jack and use Bluetooth® to pair with your phone. A convenient light ring makes it visible at all hours and blinks when calls come in. Plus, the power adapter with USB port lets you charge your smartphone while you drive  Loud & Clear The microphone embedded within the Call/Play button—can go just about anywhere. Choose a spot that’s convenient and close to you for the best voice pick-up, then attach it magneti

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  1. 600 of 619 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    First impression – this thing is awesome., November 12, 2011
    By 
    Shilo (Palm Springs, California) –

    This review is from: Belkin Hands-Free Bluetooth Car Kit for Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones, US Version (Electronics)

    This review is based upon my first day’s experience using the Belkin with an iPhone 4S and Siri. I wanted to be able to have my iPhone connect to my car stereo for hands-free phone calls and iTunes. I tried the Motorola Freeway, which looked great in the advertisements (one feature is that it automatically connects with your phone when you get in the car), but in real life it was a big disappointment…mainly because it played via FM signal through a separate portable speaker unit that clips to the visor, rather than playing through my car stereo. Since returning the Freeway, I’ve been hoping something like this Belkin would come along. With the overwhelmingly positive reviews, I couldn’t wait to get one of these. I installed it in the car this afternoon. As others have noted, it couldn’t be easier; it only took minutes, and in seconds it paired with my phone.

    Once you’ve decided where to mount the microphone/activation button, plugged in the power (to your cigarette lighter) and plugged into the AUX jack, you’re good to go. I installed the microphone/selector button on the vertical plane of the dashboard just behind and to the right of the steering wheel (my Scion xB dashboard is PERFECT!) The length of wiring between the cigarette plug and the AUX plug is fairly short, but they do provide you with an extension cable if you need it (I did). Hiding the wires was easy…in my car, I just tucked them up inside under the console. A nice feature: the piece that slides into the cigarette lighter socket is about half as long as most car chargers, so it’s almost flush with the panel, rather than sticking way out like most car charger plugs. Also nice: you can plug your phone’s USB charger cable directly into the front of the charger plug if you wish to charge your phone as you drive.

    The microphone/activation button is easy to reach on the dash, the ring’s blue glow is not overwhelming, even at night, and I didn’t consider mounting it anywhere else (e.g., on the side of the console as some others noted). The music sound is impeccable. The Belkin gets along beautifully with Siri (she helped make and receive phone calls, play music by playlist, artist, and song title, and even turned on shuffle for my playlist, and it all worked seamlessly). You can click the button twice (about a second apart) to advance to the next song.

    So now, each time I start the car, the activate button ring is orange. Touch it once and it turns blue, connects with my phone, and starts playing music. Hold the button down for a few seconds and the music fades down and Siri activates. Tell her to do the things she likes to do: make a phone call; she will. Ask for a song or playlist, and she confirms; the music fades back in. When a call comes in, the music fades out; touch the button to answer the call. when the call ends…music fades back in. Beautiful sound (and why not? It’s your car stereo!) I do notice a very low hum between songs; this may be the interference others have mentioned, and apparently there is a filter you can install to reduce this. I’ll look into that, but it really isn’t a problem for me. Incoming phone calls: clear, lots of volume, and great quality. At the other end? I’m told there is a bit of a hum but all in all, clear, loud and distortion-free.

    Things to note:

    1. You definitely need an AUX input, which looks just like the little jack you might plug a set of headphones into, but your AUX jack will take the signal coming out of the Belkin and feed it into your car stereo, where it gets amplified and played through the car’s speakers. (AUX is short for ‘auxiliary input’…you’re feeding a signal into your car stereo from an outside source.) If your car stereo has an AUX jack, it will be clearly labeled as such. On my Scion, the AUX jack is in the console right next to the optional iPod jack; your AUX may be in your glovebox, on the side of your console, or even on the front panel of your car stereo. If you don’t find one, this Belkin isn’t for you (at least not right out of the box).

    2. When I turn off the car, the Belkin shuts off, and my iPhone stops playing music. When I get back in the car and reconnect with the Belkin, the music picks up where it left off. I’m glad it works this way; I was worried that the iPhone might continue to play music even when I got out of the car, which would just run the phone battery down.

    3. To listen to the radio in your car, go ahead and click the Microphone/Activate button as usual, but instead of selecting ‘AUX’ on your car sound system, select FM or AM. Your phone won’t ring through the car stereo, but when you hear (or feel) your phone ring, just hit the AUX button on your car stereo, wait a second for it to switch over, then hit the Microphone/Activate button. When you’re finished with the phone call, just reselect the AM or FM button.

    4. (Added 11/19): I just downloaded…

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  2. 131 of 141 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great AFTER buying a Ground Loop Isolator, March 28, 2012
    By 
    Ben M

    This review is from: Belkin Hands-Free Bluetooth Car Kit for Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones, US Version (Electronics)
    I had previously been connecting my HTC Thunderbolt (Android smartphone) to my cheap Dual head unit directly through the rear AUX (RCA plug to 3.5mm stereo plug) and was getting tired of having cables all over the place. Another big problem I had with that configuration was an annoying hiss/hum in the audio when my phone was plugged into the 12V power plug. The Belkin CarAudio Connect took care of the first problem, now down to a single cable going to my phone (12V to USB), but the audio hiss/hum was now constant.

    After doing some research, I learned that this feedback is called a ground loop is a pretty common problem with certain audio configurations, especially in cars. I swung over to the local small electronics chain store and picked up a Ground Loop Isolator for $17. Installed it in the parking lot, the hiss/hum was just about eliminated and the audio quality actually seemed to improve a little. These devices can run from $11 to $45 for what I have found, each seem to have their own pros and cons.

    Another problem that someone mentioned in another review is that the unit stays on if your car does not kill the 12V power supply when it is turned off. To solve this problem, simply hold down the button on the device until it disconnects from the phone, then hold it down again until the light turns off. From what I can tell, this turns the device off.

    One other thing that I noticed is that people are now saying that this device has dropped to $45. Belkin’s website lists two similar products – one with Bluetooth (this one) and one without. The one without Bluetooth is priced at $45, with Bluetooth at $79.

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  3. 118 of 131 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works Great – Very Nice Product, November 16, 2011
    By 
    Beno «Gadget Guy» (Naperville, IL USA) –

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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)
    First, let me say, this is a happy ending to a long story. I tried multiple solutions and this one worked the best for me. The BlueTooth audio (stereo) from our iPhones is great! The audio for phone calls is not great but works fine, especially for hands free use.

    My first attempt was using a cable solution that plugs into the bottom of the iPhone using the 25-pin connector. The cable split into two where one side went to a DC power adapter and the other side went to the AUX input on the GM factory stereo (HHR SS). This was a slick solution but the description for the product left out one detail – you can’t use it for hands-free phone calls. Apparently Apple does not pass telephone audio through the 25 pin socket.

    I then tried the Griffin BlueTooth Aux for iPhone which was very highly rated on the Apple site but mediocre on Amazon. This product sounded great and worked very well for hands-free conversations but had problems reconnecting with our iPhones. The DC power outlet in GM cars is always on, so the Griffin Bluetooth Aux never reset itself. For whatever reason, we would have to go through the Bluetooth settings on the phone to reconnect every time we got in the car. Note that the two were still paired – just not connected.

    Finally, I tried the Belkin CarAudio Connect AUX (Previously called the Belkin AirCast BlueTooth In-Car Adapter). This one worked! A really nice feature is that it powers down after 10 minutes without a connection. Now when we enter the car we press the button the little disc you see in the picture and it turns on, reconnects to you device, and starts playing whatever audio you last listened to. If it does not start playing your music you simply press the disc again as this acts as the PLAY / PAUSE button. Press twice and you skip to the next song. Press and hold for about 5-seconds and you can voice dial.

    While the unit sounds great it is not the end-all for hands-free. People on the other end of the phone can hear you but it is not perfect at all. Some of that has to do with where you mount the little disc which contains the microphone and other ambient noise in the car. I had no problem with syncing and there is very little audio loss but keep in mind this is a stock stero and speakers. It was a quick fix to wanting my wife to be able to listen to music from her new iPhone as well as enjoy the benefits of hands-free talking while driving. Oh, you can also answer the phone by pressing the disc while you are listening to music.

    This unit was $79.99 at the Apple Store, and between $57 and $80 through Amazon and various sellers. I fortunately hit upon some good luck as Fry’s had them on sale for $29.99 which made the whole story even happier. Note that you have to have a stereo with a 3/8″ audio input (AUX) jack for this to work.

    I hope this help.

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