Recommendation for an after market device for bluetooth music connectivity

Discussion in 'Gen 2 Prius Audio and Electronics' started by ashb, Feb 28, 2020.

  1. ashb

    ashb Junior Member

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    Hello,

    What do you guys suggest I get for my 2009 Prius for add bluetooth functionality.
    I would like to listen to music / podcast etc.
    I know there are quite a few products in the market. I want to know what you guys recommend.
    It has to be easy to install. I am not good with tools :)
    Thanks
    Ash
     
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  2. dolj

    dolj Senior Member

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    Hasn't somebody just ask this same question in the "Gen 2 Prius Accessories & Modifications" forum or was it the "Gen 2 Prius Audio and Electronics" forum?
     
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  3. jzchen

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    Look up Jabra 100-46000000-02 on Amazon...

    moto g(7) power ?
     
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    What I use in 2006 Gen2: Aigoss Bluetooth Car Speakerphone, Car Stereo Music Receiver Player, Sound Enhanced Bass/Built-in Mic/TF Card Player/Siri & Google Assistant, AUX Hands Free Calling with Wireless Control -T826

    Less than $20 before sales tax and shipping (free shipping with Amazon Prime). Also can be used to play downloaded music, documentaries, college classes. Device accepts mini SD card which allows listening to downloaded music, etc. through this device. Device can hold mini SD card (I believe maximum is 32GB - room for about 500 songs).

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