scott from fort lauderdale, florida, Sonic Electronix
7 May 2012
Conclusion: If your thinking of changing out that OEM radio in your ride, save your time, money, and energy. This product will breathe new life into your old stock radio. All you need is a aux jack to make your radio a handsfree bluetooth iphone loving animal.
Conclusion: The unit sounds good to others when on calls. It sounds ok when streaming music though bass is a little flat. Unfortunately the battery does not last long 5 hrs is not enough. I'm always recharging and you can not use the unit while charging. The end of the cable that charges just fell apart and is broke. I purchased a solar power unit that self charges instead.
Conclusion: Poor audio when streaming - not steady - skips. A hassle to keep charged and operate. I stopped using after a week of disappointment. The echo canceling works but the whole thing is just too much of a hassle so I started using direct wiring again. They need to refine this product.
bgoody from Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Sonic Electronix
28 May 2011
Conclusion: Recently I got a Schoche BTAXS which is technically a great solution for those of us who don't have a Bluetooth receiver in our car stereos. Basically you just plug the unit into the AUX-in of your car, turn the car system to AUX and then once the BTAXS is connected (by pressing the multifunction button once) music and phone calls will be played through your car stereo.
Great device for those who want Bluetooth but are technically challenged.
Gman from Raleigh, NC, Sonic Electronix
10 April 2011
Conclusion: I purchased this unit to have Bluetooth streaming and phone capability in an older vehicle with an Aux input in the console. The unit is simple enough plug and go. The microphone is pretty good and the one button interface is simple. Negatives for the unit include not really knowing if its off when you leave the car because the LED changes colors when trying to turn off the unit. I would definitely recommend.