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Car Adapter to Connect to Mobile Devices and USB sticks

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Old 09-04-2014, 12:59 PM
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Iím looking for a car adapter to listen to music from mobile devices and also USB flash. Do you have any tips? Iíve heard some positive opinions about car adapter AUX Link. Itís compatible with Apple gadgets, USB flash, SD, SDHC, MMC cards and devices with audio mini jack. Does anyone use it and can share his opinion? Do you have better suggestions? Thank you!
 
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Old 09-04-2014, 01:29 PM
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I can share with you my personal experience. When I took the decision to buy AUX Link car adapter, I was trying to find the best deal and it's really much cheaper to buy it at the official website AUX Car Kits. The delivery took just four days. At first I tried to install it myself, but had troubles taking out the OEM car audio. I didn't have necessary tools, so in the end I had it installed in the nearest auto workshop. It took around 15 minutes. So far totally satisfied with the purchase.

Pluses:

- supports iOS gadgets, USB, SD, SDHC, MMC memory cards, but there is also a plug for other mobile gadgets (MP3 players, Windows-based and Android-based smartphones, tablets, laptops, netbooks, PSP etc.).
- crystal clear sound
- you can use it as a charger
- with additional Bluetooth module works perfectly as a car hands-free kit
- music control with steering wheel buttons and buttons on the car head unit (really convenient)
- read all music formats
- delivery is free and fast
- takes very little space and doesn't spoil the interior
- now I can listen to all my favourite compositions without carrying piles of CDs.

Disadvantages:

- relatively expensive as I also bought additional Bluetooth dongle to use the adapter as a Bluetooth AUX car adapter
- couldn't easily extract the car radio so I had to go to autotuning workshop

But on the whole, I think it's a good price-quality ratio. So in my opinion it's worth buying.
 
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