Mpow Streambot One Bluetooth 4.0 Hands-Free Car Kit / Bluetooth Audio Music Receiver for Car Stereo Supports Voice Control, with 3.5 mm Aux Input Jack, Dual Port USB Car Charger and Magnetic Base

Mpow Streambot One Bluetooth Hands-Free Car Kit is a highly cost-effective wireless stereo audio receiver. Not matter you can enjoy the music from your mobile phone without the cable, when the call comes, short press the middle button and you can answer the call while driving, or long press the button to refuse it. It keeps you adhere the traffic regulations, even if someone calls you when you are driving.

Features:

Music or call switching, free and relaxed.

Allows you to talk hands-free on your Bluetooth-enabled phone

Music player controls – Play, Pause, Previous song, Next song; Talking controls: Answer and reject calls, private call is available

Auto-connect with last paired device

Can also be used as a Bluetooth receiver to enable ordinary loudspeakers with Bluetooth functionality.(Powered via USB port)

Automatically calls back the last outgoing call when control button is quickly pressed twice.

For Optimal Use:

Package included:

1 x Mpow Streambot One Hands-Free car kit

1 x Car charger

1 x User manual

1 x 3.5mm Audio Cable

1 x Noise Isolator

How to use:

1. Fix the receiver on the best position of the car.

2. Connect the receiver to the Aux-in jack of the car stereo system.

3. Connect the receiver to the car charger.

4. Plug the car charger into the cigarette socket.

5. Pair the receiver to your smart device.

6. Adjust the car radio to Aux in mode.

7. Now you can enjoy your music through the car stereo system.

Product Features

  • Noise isolator included: In most cases, the sound quality is excellent. But, if you are bothered by background noise, you can use the noise isolator to avoid it.
  • Upgrated stablity with larger adhesive pad, and softer indicator light provides better driving experience
  • Answer phone calls and voice activations from Bluetooth-enabled phones while on the go. Just a single press.
  • Automatically connect to the last connected phone and begin to work in sync when starting the car. And connect up to two Bluetooth capable devices simultaneously.
  • Enjoy your favorite music from phone/tablet: Scream audio through 3.5mm input in car stereo, such as music, GPS voice navigation, and podcast

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3 Responses to Mpow Streambot One Bluetooth 4.0 Hands-Free Car Kit / Bluetooth Audio Music Receiver for Car Stereo Supports Voice Control, with 3.5 mm Aux Input Jack, Dual Port USB Car Charger and Magnetic Base

  1. Whistlers Mom says:

    Gotta have an AUX port Relatives tested this and MPow’s Streambot Trapezoid. Their car is a 2004 model and the stereo is not BlueTooth capable. They love the Trapezoid, which plugs into a phone or other BlueTooth capable device and “streams” their music on the car stereo speakers. And you can answer your phone and talk on it. A great little gadget, although they have to remember to charge it before they use it.They ran into a wall on this one because it requires an AUX port and their car…

  2. Dallin Christensen says:

    Great handsfree calling device Setup is very simple: plug in all the cords, turn your car on, turn your phone’s bluetooth on, and pair with the MPOW device. The LED light shines a solid blue once you’re connected.Using the device is very intuitive – the big button answers/hangs up phone calls and acts as play/pause when listening to music. There are forward and back buttons for skipping tracks (and long pressing them changes volume). I didn’t have to reference the owner’s manual because everything worked the way…

  3. Anonymous says:

    This is an easy-to-use, efficiently designed Bluetooth-based receiver that allows you to play your music over your car stereo system as long your car has a power port (aka cigarette lighter) and your car’s stereo has an 3.5mm Aux input port. It essentially turns your car’s system into a big Bluetooth jukebox, and it works well… once you figure a couple things out.We used this on our 1998 Jeep: The sound system in that Jeep is not OEM — it is a later model Sony that does have an…