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The MOTOROKR T505 Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone and Digital FM Transmitter allows you to connect a Bluetooth enabled phone to your car stereo without wires or installation. This portable solution clips to the visor, so that it can be taken from car to car. You can make or take calls hands-free and enjoy your own music via the T505's internal 2-watt speaker or through your car speakers - with the clarity and volume of a car stereo system. Music streams from a compatible Bluetooth Stereo phone or MP3 player to the MOTOROKR T505, via Bluetooth. The T505 then wirelessly connects to the FM radio. With the touch of a button, the breakthrough technology of StationFinder - announces where to tune the FM radio for a clear FM connection. Drivers can also simply use the T505's internal speaker to play their music and calls if they're in an area where FM transmission is difficult
Wirelessly connects Bluetooth enabled phone and car stereo
Clips to the visor and can be taken from car to car - no installation required
StationFinder finds and announces where to tune the FM radio for a clear FM connection to the car stereo
Features an internal 2-watt speaker designed for the car
Audio Caller ID speaks the number of the person calling
Features latest echo and noise reduction technology
Comes complete with the car charger included
Bluetooth Class 2 offers a wireless connection up to 10 meters (33 feet)
EasyPair technology simplifies connecting to compatible Bluetooth enabled devices
For music functionality, a phone with Bluetooth stereo that supports A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) is required
Bluetooth Car kit
Up to 18 hours
Up to 336 hours
Bluetooth v2.0 w/ A2DP
2.99" x 3.07" x 0.9"
Canada Computers' Warranty:
15 Days Direct Replacement
1 Year Manufacturer
No Return or Exchange Once the Product is Open (Except for Defective Units)