Mopar Bluetooth Kit
A Bluetooth kit can give you both crisp audio and control of various features by connecting to your phone. You can also use one to take hands-free calls, dial your wireless phone vis simple voice commands, and stream your favorite music. If you need one for your vehicle, AllMoparParts carries genuine Bluetooth kits for select Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram models.
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Enjoy hands-free calls with Your Bluetooth Kit
A Bluetooth kit can either be attached to your car radio’s AUX input or use FM frequencies to connect to it. You can use this device to make hands-free phone calls while you’re driving. Once you’ve paired your phone to your hands-free Bluetooth kit, the speakers of your car and a microphone will serve as audio output and input respectively. Many systems can also display caller IDs, look through contacts, and retrieve call logs.
By doing away with cords, wires, and cables, and enabling hands-free calling, you stay focused on the road, keeping you safe while driving. Another advantage of having a Bluetooth kit in your car is that you can use it for music streaming, whether it’s through music stored on your phone or via an Internet-based streaming service. It can also play podcasts and audiobooks. Need more info about your music? The device can display metadata such as artists’ names, song and album titles, and album artwork.
Shop for the Best Bluetooth Car Kit for Your Vehicle
Whether your vehicle is a more recent Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, or Ram model, AllMoparParts carries genuine Mopar hands-free Bluetooth car kits, including touch screen systems and small devices. These Bluetooth car kits aren’t just packed with great features such as hands-free calling, phone connectivity, iPod integration, and voice activation; they’re also affordable. Don’t forget to browse through our selection for great deals. Who knows, you just might find the right Bluetooth kit for your car!
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- CONVERSE CLEARLY. Advanced CSR Bluetooth 5.0 chipset, built-In 3W speakers Echo background noise-reduction feature and volume controls- your calls will be crystal clear no matter where you are!
- DISTRACTION FREE DRIVING. Encourages safe driving by using Siri Assistant to make phone calls, send texts or get driving directions. Our CK11 also allows you to connect to 2 phones simultaneously easily switch between music calls!
- DRIVE WITHOUT DELAY. Our motion sensor enabled CK11 allows you to turn your device to ‘Auto Power On’ so the device turns itself on when your car door opens and off when the Bluetooth disconnects.
- LONG BATTERY LIFE. Get lost in your calls, music or driving directions with up to 22 hours of battery life! Feeling a little low? Avantree CK11 rechargeable battery charges in 2-3 hours and features over 600 hours of standby time.
- PLACE. PROCEED Installation of CK11 is so easy your child can do it! Simply pair the device with your phone(s), place it on the visor with the included clip and be on your way to clear calls in the car!
Details. Bluetooth Version. V4.1 (TTN; BLK). V5.0 (BLU) Audio codec support. SBC Bluetooth Profiles. HSP. HFP, A2DP, AVRCP Frequency Response. 2.4GHz~2.48GHz Battery Capacity. 650mA Talk Time. 18 hours Standby Time. 600 hrs Input voltage/ current. DC 5V/ 500mA Product Weight. 0.23 kgs
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Wireless in Car Handsfree Speakerphone
The latest Bluetooth hands-free, visor-mounted car kit. One-button access to Siri or Google Assistant. Automatic power on and off with a powerful 3W speaker.
Crystal clear calls
Features a powerful 3W internal speaker complete with Echo background noise reduction, enabling you to always hear your conversations clearly, no matter where you are. High-sensitivity, omni-directional microphone for the ultimate call clarity on both ends.
One touch access to your personal voice assistant (Siri and Google Assistant). Easily make a call or ask for directions using your voice. allowing you to FOCUS on driving.
Auto power on/off
For your ultimate convenience, the built-in motion sensor automatically powers on the car kit and connects to your device as you open the door. When you leave your car, the car kit will also power off and disconnect accordingly.
Long battery life
Immerse yourself in your calls, music, or driving directions with up to 22 hours of battery life. Rechargeable battery charges fully in 2-3 hours and provides over 600 hours of standby time.
Easy to use
Intuitive and simple controls. Use the rotary dial to adjust volume or pick up calls. Visor mount allows the car kit to be attached in both left and right orientations.
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Step 1. Pair the first mobile phone. You can refer to this guide to pair your first phone to the Roadtrip. Step 2. Set the CK11 into pairing mode again. Press and hold for about 2 seconds until the status LED flashes BLUE and RED alternately. CK11 will disconnect with the first mobile phone. Step 3. On 2nd mobile phone. Turn on Bluetooth, search and select “Avantree CK11” to connect. Step 4. Tap “Avantree CK11” on the first mobile phone to reconnect them. And now, the CK11 should be connected to both mobile phones. Note: If you cannot connect two mobile devices simultaneously to CK11 as above instructions, please check if the Multipoint Function is ON. Press and hold for 3 seconds to turn on the function.
Step 1. Power on CK11 by setting the toggle switch to ON. Step 2. Press and hold the MFB for 3 seconds until LED indicators flashes BLUE and RED alternately with voice prompts “paring” to enter pairing mode. Note: Normally on first use when you set the toggle switch to ON, it will automatically enter pairing mode. If not, you may also need to make it into pairing mode by press and hold the MFB button. Step 3: Connect/Pair CK11 with your mobile phone. On your phone, locate the Bluetooth settings and make sure that Bluetooth is turned on. Find the headphone/speaker/receiver and select “Avantree CK11” to pair them up. If you can’t get it pair with your mobile phone, please try to Factory Reset the CK11 and then try to pair again.
Please make sure your smartphone was CONNECTED with Wi-Fi or WLAN/Mobile Data and CK11 is well connected with your phone, then follow the below steps according to your different phone(Android/iPhone) to enable the Voice Assistance/Siri on your phone first. After above is complete, simply just short press the volume knob/MFB and you will hear a prompt tone indicating that the voice command is activated from CK11. Now you will be able to dial a phone number through the unit. Note: If voice command is not activated on CK11, you’ll need to use the phone speaker to ask for a number to be called.
For Android phones, please make the below settings:
- Download Google Assistance
- Open Google Assistance
- Press the blue button in the top-right corner of the Google Assistant window
- Tap the menu icon in the top-right corner of the Google Assistant window
- Tap Settings
- If you can’t get into the Google assistance, you will not find the blue button in the top but you can also find it through Google. Please follow the bellow:
- Open Google
- Press in the right bottom of Google
- Tap Settings bellow Google Assistance
- Tap Voice Match. Teach the Assistance to recognize your voice. Then record your voice accordingly and completed. When completed, you can activate Google Assistance by the voice ” OK Google”.
- Now it will dial use the name you have set up on your phone by voice. So if you have a contact listed as Home, and say “OK Google call home”, it will call the number. Or you can also do some other voice commands(as above).
- If you have several numbers on one contact, e.g. John Smith have two numbers for Work and Mobile. Google Assistance will ask which you want to call. Just answer and it will call out. (For some phones, it will not ask which one you want to call just call by default. In this case, we suggest you to save each number)
For ISO system(iPhone 6S and above,) please make the below settings:
- Tap Settings
- Tap Siri Search
- Open the below settings : Listen for “Hey Siri”/ Press Home for Siri / Allow Siri When Locked
- Then you are required to Set Up “Hey Siri” through your voice. This helps Siri recognize your voice when you say “Hey Siri”.
- Choose Continue and Say “Hey Siri” into the phone. After completed, you can activate Siri by the voice ” Hey Siri”.
- Now it will dial use the name you have set up on your phone by voice. So if you have a contact listed as Jeremy, and say “Hey Siri call Jeremy”, it will call the number. Or you can also do some other voice commands(as above).
- If you have several numbers on one contact, e.g. if you have a contact listed as Alisha Chen with two numbers of work and home. Siri will ask which you want to call. Just answer and it will call out.
How Do I Set Up Hands Free Calling in the Car?
Does your car have Bluetooth? If so, you should be able to connect your cell to the car and listen to the calls you receive through the speakers. If not, consider buying a hands free device for your car.
We’ve also all seen the Bluetooth headsets in movies, on TV, and even on our friends. They might not always seem stylish–although they’ve definitely improved over the years. Plus, they’re really useful. But you can also buy dedicated tech that can even give you a hands free option for older cars.
There are many reasons you might want to use hands free Bluetooth for a cell phone in your car. If you take calls while driving, it’s safer than using your phone. Or, you might want to have the option to ring your family or friends as you head home.
But what happens if your car doesn’t have hands free calling capabilities? Or, are you looking for the best headphones to use in the car? TaoTronics looks to answer both these questions in this blog.
Hands-Free Calls – Law Background in the US
Did you know that it’s illegal to use your phone and drive in the US? If you break this law, you face fines of up to 500.
By using your phone, we mean to hold it. Legally, you aren’t even supposed to pick up your phone and hold it in the car as it lowers your concentration. This is because it is considered a dangerous electronic device that will cause distracted driving.
This isn’t the case in all states. In some, like Alabama and Arkansas, texting is prohibited, whereas in the Peach State you aren’t allowed to do anything, including taking videos.
The hope is that these laws will reduce the risk of accidents and death caused by dangerous driving. The risk of this is said to be 23 times higher than if you drive without touching or using an electronic device.
How to Pair a Bluetooth Cell Phone with Your Car?
To create hands free Bluetooth for your cell phone, you need to pair it with your car. First, you should have a car with Bluetooth capabilities. Your car should have a manual for how to do this, but if not, you can follow the instructions below. It should take less than five minutes at the initial set up, and in many cases less than one minute to pair thereafter.
- Verify that you have a Bluetooth function on your phone and your car, then turn both of the Bluetooth devices on. You should see a Bluetooth symbol appear on your phone when Bluetooth is turned on.
- Go to your phone settings and select your car’s Bluetooth name to start the pairing process. OR,
- If you have to pair from your car, then find the settings or media section and navigate it until you can search for devices. Set the system to discoverable.
- Scan for devices.
- Select a Bluetooth device to pair. In this case, it’s the name of your phone. Wait until your phone is connected–the car speakers should make a noise to indicate they are connected.
Voila! Send and receive your calls hands-free. You can also play music from your device over your car speakers, now!
There are detailed instructions in this YouTube video.
How to Make Hands-Free Calls If Your Car Doesn’t Have Hands Free Capabilities
There are five different methods you can use if you want to connect your phone to your Bluetooth device hands free. That’s right–5! The wonders of modern technology allow hands free calling in older cars.
Method 1: Use Bluetooth speaker that clips onto your vehicle’s sun visor.
One simple way to get connected is to clip a Bluetooth speaker onto your vehicle’s sun visor. This small device will mimic the same effect as connecting to your car speakers. However, you won’t be able to hear much if you’re playing music out of the car audio at the same time!
Method 2: Use a Bluetooth radio transmitter.
If you can’t find speakers that will clip to your visor, you could use a Bluetooth radio transmitter to connect your phone to your speakers. This means that if someone calls, you could hear them speak over your car speakers–although responding might be less clear.
Learn more about this method and where to buy the best Bluetooth radio transmitters here.
Method 3: Connect your phone to your car via auxiliary cable.
If your car has a sound system that’s modern enough to have Bluetooth, but old-school enough to have an AUX cable/port, then you’re in luck. Any phone should be able to connect using one or both of these systems, and your car should be able to receive calls and project audio through the speakers using the AUX cable method.
Simply plug your phone in, set it and the car radio to the correct settings, then you should be good to go! Make sure to test it out first, to make sure it works when you’re driving.
Method 4: Use a USB cable.
Similarly, most car radios–and definitely any built in the last ten years–should have USB capabilities. You can buy a new radio for most makes and models, allowing you to have hands free calling in older cars. As with the AUX cable, you can plug and go. This is perhaps useful with iPhones if your Bluetooth connection isn’t steady or if your car is a vintage model.
Method 5: Invest in a Bluetooth car kit.
If your car or car radio isn’t up to scratch, you should try a Bluetooth car kit. It can clip to an AC vent or stick to the dash, wherever is best for your car and for your ability to reach it and answer/put down your call. It can play all kinds of audio from your car’s speaker system, whether that’s calls or music.
Check out this review of one of TaoTronics Bluetooth Car Kits below. It has phone charging as well as allowing hands–free calls and the ability to change the volume. It has its own microphone as well, so your phone can be in your bag and you can still chat.
Five Advantages of a Bluetooth Hands-free Car Kit
Of these options, one stands out as the ultimate easy route. It’s a hands free device for your car. That’s the Bluetooth car kit, an inexpensive way to allow any car to have hands-free calls.
You can use a Bluetooth car kit to play and control your music hands free, as well as your calls. They should be able to answer and put down calls, skip tracks, and change the volume, all at the click of a button.
As we noted (and the US Government wrote into law!), it’s dangerous to drive while distracted by playing with your cell. Even if you’re holding it and it’s on the speaker to make a call, it could potentially contribute to you losing concentration and causing a serious road accident. By using a hands-free calling device for your car, like a Bluetooth car kit, you’ll reduce this risk.
Your music–not the radio
Easily create a good vibe and make your car journey’s more fun with this kit. You’ll be able to play your favorite Spotify playlists, podcasts, and anything from Apple music (or even YouTube if you wanted to try and stream) and control the songs. importantly, your friends can too! Useful as hands free calling in your car AND when you have passengers along for the ride.
Easy to use
Bluetooth car kits should be plug and go. They will come with a manual that tells you how to use the device to answer calls, and if you watch the YouTube video above you can see how easy they are to install (less than 5 minutes!). The buttons are intuitive as well, so it’s simple to answer calls and more.
Speaker for your computer
Did you know that you could also use your car kit as a speaker for your computer laptop? It can boost the sound if you have an older device, transitioning smoothly from inside your car to inside your home.
Necessary Features of Best Car Kit Bluetooth Hands-free Audio Adapter
There are a number of features to look out for in a Bluetooth car kit. The first? That it can actually work with your car. Yep. Sounds simple! But make sure that the device has the right kind of connection to work when it’s in your car, or else you’ll be wasting your money.
You should also make sure it has a built-in mic and an easy, one-click way to answer and put down phone calls. If it doesn’t, what’s the point? You need to be able to turn on your Bluetooth before you start driving then not touch your phone for your whole journey.
Finally, you should make sure that it is easy to clip to your visor, air vent, or stick to your dash. This is the easiest way to reach your device and will stop you from reaching for your cell.
You need to stay safe on the road, for the sake of yourself and others. What’s more, in the US you will be fined if you’re found with a phone in your hand. So, you need to make sure you get a hands free device for your car. With Bluetooth car kits that offer built-in mics and great connections, it’s super easy to make the transition even if your car doesn’t have Bluetooth.
MM Innovations, LLC
Let’s start with the basics. What is a Parrot Handsfree Car Kit and how do they work? With a Parrot car kit there is nothing to put on your ear, and no wires to connect to your phone. All you need to do is have your bluetooth capable phone in the vehicle and when you start your car the Parrot kit will automatically connect to your phone. That’s it. When you receive a call it will mute your vehicles audio system regardless of what source your listening to and ring through the speakers. You can see who’s calling by looking at the dash display or some models feature vocal caller ID which means the callers name is spoken through your cars audio system. You can answer the call from the dash mounted display, steering wheel controls, or voice control depending on the model. All wiring is professionally done, the control modules neatly hidden away leaving only the Parrot display and microphone visible to the end user. The kits are universal and can be installed in any vehicle.
Parrot CK3000 Evolution. Handsfree Kit
The CK3000 is the most economical Parrot Bluetooth handsfree kit. It features the smallest dash mounted display of all the kits. Your vehicles audio system will automatically be muted on incoming calls. You can dial calls by voice recognition. Incoming callers are indentified by vocal caller ID through your vehicles audio system. Supports up to 450-name contacts in your phonebook and can have up to 3 phones stored.
Parrot CK3100 LCD. Handsfree Kit
The CK3100 adds a visual LCD screen. The screen will display the incoming callers name and allow easy navigation of the system menus and settings. Your vehicles audio system will automatically be muted on incoming calls. Calls can be dialed via voice recognition, from the LCD display, or from your phone itself. The CK3100 supports up to a 5,000-name contact phonebook and can pair up to 5 phones.
Parrot MKi9200. Handsfree Aux Music Streaming
Parrots MKi9200 is a bluetooth handsfree free kit and an iPod / AUX music input in one. The MKi9200 adds a 2.4″ TFT full color screen and a small wireless steering wheel mounted controller. Caller ID is both displayed on the screen and spoken over your vehicles audio system. The steering wheel mounted controller allows easy navigation of the system menus and settings. Your vehicles audio system will automatically be muted on incoming calls. Calls can be dialed via voice recognition, from the LCD display, or from your phone itself. It also supports the ability to stream digital music wirelessly via your A2DP supported phone. It also provides an iPod dock connector, USB cable, and 3.5mm aux line input to allow you to listen to your music from almost any source! Control your iPod or USB Flashdrive songs directly from the steering wheel control and have the song information displayed on the 2.4″ TFT screen. This unit is made for the iPod / iPhone but can be used with any bluetooth capable phone. The MKi9200 supports up to 8,000 contacts in total and can pair up to 5 phones.
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