The Aukey Portable Bluetooth Receiver for cars connects your smartphone to your car stereo, enabling music playback, voice commands and navigation.

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The small Aukey receiver can be mounted in any open spot on a dashboard.

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The Aukey receiver integrates controls into its body. Twist it to change volume or skip tracks, or push the button on top to activate your phone's voice command.

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The Aukey's only drawback is that it needs to be wired to a car's auxiliary input and a 12-volt power point.

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Aukey includes a two-port USB adapter for a car's 12-volt power point, letting you use Bluetooth and also keep your phone charged a the same time.

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