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I’m looking for a car kit to listen to music from Android smartphone and MP3 player and also USB pen drives. Do you have any suggestions? I’ve heard some good reviews about car adapter AUX Link. It’s compatible with iOS gadgets, USB flash, SD cards and devices with audio mini jack. Does anyone use it and can share his opinion? Do you have better recommendations? Thank you!
 

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I’m looking for a car kit to listen to music from Android smartphone and MP3 player and also USB pen drives. Do you have any suggestions? I’ve heard some good reviews about car adapter AUX Link. It’s compatible with iOS gadgets, USB flash, SD cards and devices with audio mini jack. Does anyone use it and can share his opinion? Do you have better recommendations? Thank you!
I can share my personal experience. When I decided to buy adapter for cars AUX Link, I was trying to find the best deal and it's really cheaper to buy it at the official online store AUX Car Kits. It was delivered in just four days. At first I tried to install it on my own, but had problems taking out the OEM head unit. I didn't have necessary tools, so in the end I had it installed in the nearest autotuning center. It took just 15 minutes. So far totally contented with this kit.

Pluses:

- compatible with iPod, iPhone, iPad, USB sticks, SD, MMC, SDHC cards, but there is also a 3.5 mm audio plug for other mobile devices (MP3 players, Windows-based and Android-based smartphones, tablets, laptops, netbooks, PSP and so on).
- crystal clear sound
- you can use it as a charger
- with optional Bluetooth module works perfectly as a Bluetooth handsfree car kit
- music control with buttons on the steering wheel and buttons on the car head unit (really convenient)
- compatible with all music formats
- delivery is free and fast
- takes very little space and almost invisible
- now I can listen to all my favourite songs without carrying piles of CDs.

Minuses:

- relatively expensive as I also ordered additional Bluetooth module to use the adapter as a hands-free kit
- couldn't easily take out the car stereo so I had to go to service center

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

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I've had this adapter for around half a year now. Also bought it at AUX Car Kits. Totally satisfied. I use it together with an additional AUX Link Bluetooth module, so it's a car audio adapter + hands free kit. I used to have Parrot Bluetooth adapter installed by the previous owner...but that combo did not allow me to stream music from my iPod and HTC via Bluetooth though...So I replaced it with the new "all in one unit".
 
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