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Handfree Car Bluetooth Music Receiver Universal Streaming Wireless Auto AUX Audio Multipoint Speakerphone Car Kit
1. Updated Bluetooth V5.0+EDR, Strong and Stable connection for reliable hands free calling
2. Auto Power On/Off
3. Answer/End/Reject a call by One-Key operation
4. Support streaming music/audio from GPS applications
5. Built-in DSP noise suppression and echo cancellation function (CVC8.0)
6. Equipped with Hi-Fi 2W speaker, more louder sound quality
7. Siri Voice control
8. Supports connecting two mobiles at the same time
9. Up to 500 H standby, Talk time about 10 H
10. Voice guidance: provides calling number, battery alert level, pairing instruction and Bluetooth connection status.
11.With HD microphone,make the calling more clearly.
1 x Bluetooth 5.0 Car Kit
1 x Micro USB charging cable
1 x Visor Clip
1 x User Manual
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