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USB Powered Bluetooth Adapter for AUX Inputs & Mini Smart Dual Port USB Car Charger Adapter 5V/2.1A And 5V/1A

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1x USBCIG-2

This bundle includes a USB Powered Bluetooth Adapter for AUX Inputs & a Mini Smart Dual Port USB Car Charger Adapter 5V/2.1A And 5V/1A

USB Powered Bluetooth Adapter for AUX Inputs
This device plugs into any usb port for power, you can then connect your phone to it via Bluetooth, and use the 3.5mm headphone jack output to connect to the aux-input of any car stereo, home receiver, or any non Bluetooth sound system with a 3.5mm input. Enjoy your music streamed from your phone directly to your speakers of choice, without needing to upgrade to a different Bluetooth enable receiver in your car, truck, boat, or home.

Mini Smart Dual Port USB Car Charger Adapter 5V/2.1A And 5V/1A
High quality bicolor Alloy Shell, 2.1A Output Quick Charge
• Overtemperature, overcurrent, overload, short circuit, & reverse input protection.
• Overcharge – automatically powers off to provide protection for your device.
• 2-PORT USB – Charge two devices at once. One 1.0 Amp port and one high-current 2.1 Amp port.
• Corrosion-resistant durable plug.
• Small – Only 7 cm height, portable and convenient to carry.

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MISBDL190124

UPC:

841992144163



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Manufacturer SKU:

MISBDL190124

UPC:

841992144163

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Feature 1:

Receives the signal from any BT enabled device and sends to any receiver with low level inputs or a head unit with an AUX input.

Feature 2:

Control-less – Uses the controls on the BT device for Play/Pause, Track & Volume adjustment.

Feature 3:

Dual USB Ports – Charge two devices at once.

Feature 4:

High-current 2.1 Amp port for fast charging new devices.

Feature 5:

Low current 1.0 Amp port for older devices or devices drawing less current.

Condition:

NEW

Weight:

0. 5000 lbs

ASIN:

B0992T3F2Y


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Aux to Bluetooth 5.0 Adapter for Car & Speaker – UGREEN

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UGREEN Bluetooth Car Adapter with Premium Quality Sound

Transform your home or car audio system to Bluetooth wireless, the world’s tiniest music receiver, and stream crisp, high- quality music from your smartphone or tablet.

Talk With Clarity

Hands-free calling with the built-in microphone makes catching up with friends a breeze.

Operation Guide

1. Connect the Audio port with a 3.5 mm AUX plug.

2. Connect the power port with a USB plug.

3. Turn on the Bluetooth in your cell phone, then click to pair, which allows you to enjoy your music wirelessly.

Broad compatibility:

Bluetooth devices: smartphones / tablets / laptops

Audio devices: car radio / home stereo system

*Certificate of authorization from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), certificate number: [2AQI5-CM279]

    • Transmission distance up to 10m This Bluetooth Car Adapter supports a maximum transmission range of 10 meters, i.e. Music can be switched on and off remotely from the mobile phone/laptop. The transmission range can also vary depending on the performance of your receiving devices such as speakers, car radio systems.
    • Bluetooth 5.0 Version Bluetooth 5. 0 chip enables low latency in signal transmission, its high performance prevents loss of the audio signal and background noise, so authentic sound quality is preserved.
    • Universal Compatibility Extensible cable body The spiral aux cable of UGREEN Car Bluetooth Adapter is made of elastic PVC material and is rolled up to a length of only 32 cm. Compact and portable cable saves space on the center console and is definitely super practical for the driver.

 

Specs

SKU 70601
Connector A USB 2.0 Male
Connector B 3.5mm Jack
Bluetooth Version Bluetooth 5.0
Support System Andriod, iOS, Windows, Mac OS
Protocol SBC
Power Supply USB A (DC 5 ± 0.25V,
LED Indicators Blue light
Microphone Sensitivity 42 ± 3dB
Bluetooth Range 10M
Sampling Rate 24 bit, 44. 1K / 48K
SNR 94.5dB
Package Dimensions 6.34 x 2.72 x 0.75 inches
Item Weight 1.41 ounces

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How to turn on music in the car without an additional input

In the era of Apple CarPay and Android Auto, wireless connection of cars to smartphones and seamless audio streaming, it’s easy to forget how things used to be. Not so long ago, you needed to pair via Bluetooth, find the right USB port, or even send audio through the car’s auxiliary 3.5mm input.

But what if even a modest secondary port doesn’t fit? Many older cars don’t have this connection, and without Bluetooth and USB, they don’t offer a factory way to connect to a smartphone. Luckily, you have a cassette or FM radio adapter handy.

1. Cassette adapter

(Image credit: Arsvita)

First, a serious old school approach. These adapters can be bought for less than £10 and plugged into your car’s tape recorder, as well as plugged into your smartphone’s headphone jack. Naturally, you will need a smartphone with a headphone jack or a USB adapter that will be placed between the phone and the cable that goes to the cassette adapter.

A slightly more technical approach is the Bluetooth cassette adapter. They can be bought for around £15 and connected to a phone via Bluetooth and then inserted into a cassette deck. This model from Arsvita includes a simple button for playing and pausing music, and for answering and ending calls, just like the button on your headphone cable.

In both cases, the sound is sent from your phone to the cassette, then to the car stereo, and out the speakers, as if you were listening to a cassette, as if it were the eighties again. In the case of the Arsvita Bluetooth 5.0 adapter, the built-in battery provides eight hours of music or calls and 168 hours of standby time. The battery charges via microUSB in 1.5 hours.

2. FM radio adapter

(Image credit: ZeaLife)

Next we have the FM radio adapter. They plug into your car’s 12V cigarette lighter socket and connect to your smartphone using Bluetooth. Audio (calls, podcasts, music, etc.) is sent from the phone to the adapter via Bluetooth and then broadcast using the FM radio signal. You then turn on your car radio to that frequency and your phone’s sound comes through your car stereo.

This might seem like a bit of a hack, but it often works surprisingly well, and as long as your car’s speakers are half decent, music and calls from your connected smartphone sound good.

Some of these adapters can be purchased for £10 to £15, while more expensive versions cost £20 to £25. Some options are more compact than others, and some have one or two spare USB ports for charging other devices from the same cigarette lighter outlet, as well as buttons and dials for playing or pausing music, taking calls, and adjusting the volume. They all have a simple display to show the FM frequency in use, so you can tune your car radio accordingly.

(Image credit: Pure)

If you’re on a budget and want to access DAB digital radio in a car that doesn’t have connectivity or an auxiliary jack, the Pure Highway range can help. Priced at around £55, the Pure Highway 400 plugs into a 12V cigarette lighter socket, then connects to your phone via Bluetooth and broadcasts an FM frequency to connect to your car radio.

But it also has DAB radio so you can tune into digital radio stations directly instead of having to stream them from an app like BBC Sounds on your phone. Mounted on the dashboard and powered by a couple of AAA batteries, it looks almost like a factory device with a simple display and buttons for music and volume control.

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Manual for Trioma BMT-2.2 bluetooth module – Trioma

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Section 1.

Description

The BMT-2.2 module is an accessory for Trioma’s USB adapter. It is compatible with Skif and Skif-Volvo adapters, as well as with all Flipper-2 models, except for the special Multi-Flip version (for BMW-DSP).

It allows you to wirelessly connect your multimedia device to your car’s audio system via an installed USB adapter.

The module can work in the Bluetooth 4.0 standard or lower, supports A2DP (stereo sound reception) and HFP (wireless telephone headset) profiles.

Section 2. Connection and pairing

  1. install the USB adapter (Flipper-2, Skif, Skif-Volvo, see the corresponding instructions).
  2. connect the module (DIN-8 male connector) and the USB adapter (DIN-8 female connector).
  3. connect a microphone and install it in the car (optimally – in front of the user within a radius of no more than 0.8 m). It is not recommended to install the microphone near the elements of acoustic systems, as well as point them at them.
  4. , if necessary, connect an adapter for AUX to the module (not included).
  5. activate the USB adapter by selecting the external standard CD changer mode on the radio (hereinafter referred to as CDC).
  6. switch the USB adapter to auxiliary interface/AUX mode (see adapter instructions).
  • Flipper-2 – by turning on / off the Repeat (Random / Scan) function or removing the USB flash drive from the USB connector. “On / off” means that the function must be turned on and turned off within 3 seconds.
  • Skif – by turning on / off any of the Repeat / Random / Scan functions during playback from a USB flash drive. “On / off” means that the function must be turned on and turned off within 3 seconds.
  • Skif-Volvo (except RR Vogue) – with the Eject button during playback from a flash drive.
  • Skif-Volvo (in RR Vogue) – by selecting CD4 during playback from a flash drive.

Turning on the AUX mode should result in the activity of the bluetooth module, while the module generates a characteristic melodic signal, and the radio display should show the status:

  • for the Flipper-2 adapter: Track-51 (BMT basic mode) or Track-52 (selective BMT mode)
  • for Skif and Skif-Volvo adapter: Track-13
  1. Start the search mode for new Bluetooth devices on the phone and select “Trioma BMT-2. 2″ in the list of found devices. If pairing is established, two tones will sound in the car’s acoustics. Note: Only one Bluetooth device can be connected at a time.

After successfully pairing the BMT-2.2 bluetooth module with a mobile device, all further connections and disconnections between them will occur automatically.

The BMT-2.2 module has a built-in acoustic echo suppression system. For more efficient operation, it is not recommended to point the microphone at the elements of the speaker system when installing the microphone, and also to set an excessively high sound level of the telephone channel when setting up the bluetooth module.

Troubleshooting. Restarting the module

In case of problems (unsuccessful pairing, incorrect operation, etc.):

  • Check your device’s Bluetooth settings,
  • repeat the pairing process (steps 6-7).
  • To restart the BMT-2.2 module, you must:

    • on all vehicles with Skif, Skif-Volvo or Flipper-2 adapter (except for Toyota/Lexus with adapter software v. 41 or higher) set the factory system to Radio mode or turn off, then turn on CDC mode, and put the adapter into AUX mode.
    • on Toyota/Lexus vehicles (when using a HoST-Flip USB adapter with software v.41 or higher), the Bluetooth module is active in all modes when the vehicle ignition is on. To restart the module, you need to remove the flash drive from the USB connector for 2-3 seconds. When using earlier software versions in Toyota/Lexus, the module is restarted in the same way as on all other vehicles (by switching to the “Radio” mode and back).

    Section 3 Operation

    Bluetooth module BMT-2.2 can be in one of three states: “off”, “on”, “standby”.

    In vehicles with an optical MOST interface (Skif and Skif-Volvo USB adapters), the module is enabled only when the USB adapter is active and in AUX mode. In all other cases, the module is disabled.

    In Toyota/Lexus vehicles (HoST-Flip USB adapter with adapter software version v.41 or higher), the module is enabled when the USB adapter is active and in AUX mode. The module is switched off for a short time when the USB flash drive is removed from the USB connector of the adapter. In all other cases, the module is in the standby state.

    In other vehicles (USB adapter Flipper-2, including Toyota/Lexus with adapter software version v.40 or less), the module is enabled when the USB adapter is active and in AUX mode. The module is in the standby state when the USB adapter is active and is in flash drive playback mode. In all other cases, the module is disabled.

    Full control of the module is possible if it is in the “on” state. At the same time:

    • Playback is started/stopped using the disc selection buttons.
    • Selecting files for playback – using the track selection buttons.
    • Receiving and rejecting a phone call – using the buttons for selecting discs or tracks (depending on the software version).
    • The fast playback commands adjust the sound level of the wireless channel.

    In the standby state, the module responds to incoming and outgoing telephone calls, and upon recognition of such, it switches to the active mode of an external device, while the sound streams of the wireless channel are connected to the microphone and acoustics. At the same time, the state of “Track-50” is displayed on the display of the head unit, it is allowed to accept and reject a telephone call with the buttons for selecting disks or tracks. After the session, the system returns to its original state.

    Volume control

    Fast play commands adjust the volume of the wireless channel up or down. During sound reproduction, the volume level of the audio channel is adjusted, and in the absence of sound reproduction, the volume level of the telephone channel is adjusted. The module remembers these adjustments in non-volatile memory when switching to the “Off” state. Therefore, in order to memorize the adjustments, it is necessary to at least briefly switch the module to the “Off” state by switching the system to the “Radio” mode or removing the flash drive (depending on the type of system).

    Section 4. Audio input (AUX)

    The BMT-2.2 Bluetooth module allows you to connect an additional external audio source to the system. For this purpose, the module case has an additional MiniJack-3.5 female connector (“mother”), which serves as an audio input. It is active if the USB adapter is in the AUX state, and the wireless audio transmission channel is not active (it is not necessary to break the connection between the module and the mobile device to play sound through the external input).

    Section 5. Use in various vehicles

    In all vehicles (when the BMT-2.2 module is in operation), the sound is reproduced by the standard acoustic system, regulated by the standard controls, and during a telephone conversation, the sound is received by the microphone supplied with the module. The user can set separately the sound level for the telephone conversation mode and for the sound playback mode. Using the buttons of the standard audio system, you can start and stop sound reproduction, switch forward and backward audio tracks, and also “pick up / hang up” during a telephone conversation.

    1. In Toyota/Lexus vehicles (USB adapter HoST-Flip with software version v. 41 or higher) wireless telephone communication is possible in all operating modes of the standard system, even if the head unit is turned off. During a telephone call (incoming or outgoing), the BMT-2.2 module is activated, the regular buttons for selecting a disk or track allow you to “pick up / put down the phone”. Upon completion of the call, the standard system returns to its original state. Wireless audio is implemented differently depending on the software version:
      – basic BMT mode (software v.41) – all sounds sent to the wireless channel are reproduced by standard acoustics, regardless of the head unit mode.

      – selective BMT mode (software v.42) – all sounds of a mobile device that are not related to a telephone session are played only when the USB adapter is active and in AUX mode. That is, if the adapter is in a different mode, then this version of the software allows you to exclude “unnecessary” interruption of the playback of the main source (for example, FM broadcast with incoming SMS). But at the same time, the possibility of “hands-free communication” remains.

    2. In other vehicles (except Toyota/Lexus) (when using a module with a Flipper-2 adapter), wireless telephone communication is possible only when the USB adapter is active (that is, the standard system is in CDC mode, the adapter plays a flash drive or is in the AUX state). When making a phone call (incoming or outgoing), the adapter will interrupt playback from the flash drive and switch to the external device activity mode. At the same time, the regular buttons for selecting a disk or track will allow you to “pick up / put down the phone”. Upon completion of the call, the standard system returns to its original state. Wireless audio is implemented differently depending on the software version:
      – basic BMT mode: all sounds from the wireless channel are played by standard acoustics (both when the adapter is in AUX and when the flash drive is playing), causing playback to pause.

      – selective BMT mode: all sounds that are not related to a telephone session are played by standard acoustics only when the adapter is in AUX mode. In this case, only a phone call can interrupt playback from a flash drive.

    3. In vehicles with an optical MOST bus (when using the module in conjunction with a Skif / Skif-Volvo USB adapter), telephone communication and music playback via a wireless channel are only possible when the USB adapter is active and in AUX mode (head unit in CDC state) .

    Section 6. Delivery set

    • Bluetooth module BMT-2.2
    • Test microphone (3-pin stereo)
    • Instruction

    Section 7. Module connectors. Images

    • DIN-8 male (male) – for connection to USB adapter
    • MiniJack-3.5 female (“female”) – for connecting a hands-free microphone (included)
    • MiniJack-3.5 female (“mother”) – line input AUX

    Section 8. Frequently Asked Questions

    1) How to activate the Bluetooth module connected to the Skif USB adapter? While playing a flash drive, turn on and immediately turn off any of the Repeat (repeat), Random (random playback), Scan (scan) functions
    2) How to activate the bluetooth module connected to the Skif-Volvo USB adapter? While playing a flash drive, press the Eject button (disc ejection), for RR Vogue – CD4
    3) Incorrect (unstable) operation of the module – check the USB adapter (the flash drive “sings”, switching tracks and folders works)
    – reboot the phone
    – check the correct operation with another phone
    4) What should I do if the volume level on the bluetooth channel has decreased? – compare the volume of the radio, flash drive and bluetooth channel.