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  • Perfect Car Holder

    April 18, 2017

    This is the Perfect Car Holder – ALMOST. Its very well made and engineered, hooks into dash vents securely (although only the top hooks, the bottom will pull up if you’re not careful) and holds a cell phone tightly. UNFORTUNATELY once the phone is locked in, its very difficult to release the wings that hold the phone. The releasing mechanism is on the upper back of the holder making it almost impossible to press hard enuff to release especially if your phone has a case, like most all these days.

    A simple fix: Put the releasing button on the lower left of the Holder.

    - Scott Oakley
  • Hey I just want you all to know that I am absolutely thrilled with the
    audio kit that I just received and installed in my Honda.

    I emailed before I purchased and not only did you quickly answer all my
    questions but told me everything I asked for (and more)

    Then when I got the kit the directions and videos you have put together
    made it super easy to install and set up. Plus it works SO MUCH EASIER AND
    BETTER than the other kit we had in our car and the other kits we looked
    at. And the fact that it uses the controls already in the car, awesome!

    You now have a huge fan and I will be recommending your brand to anybody
    who needs Bluetooth!

    Thanks again.

    - Scott
  • Installed this in my 2006 Euro Accord today. Had to go through a few extra steps. The ash tray had two extra plugs for a LED and a open/close sensor, which was a simple plug just like the 12v socket. The compartment under the stereo was a bit different and was mounted with 4 10mm bolts under the trim. Apart from that it was like the instruction video, plug was easily accessible right underneath the stereo. Works like a charm.

    - David
  • I got this for my 2004 Miata and couldn’t be happier. It’s given me both the music and phone capabilities I wanted, but still has the appearance of the stock radio system. This works better than most auto OEM installed systems. I use it with a CD Slot phone mount that works perfectly for my phone and use the USB power output with a discretely placed cord to power the phone while leaving the cigarette plug free to power other devices.
    BTW, the installation video made the whole process amazingly simple.
    You guys should sell these on Amazon where it would be a lot easier to find!

    - Pete S
  • I have a 2004 Toyota sienna and wanted to be able to have Bluetooth for my phone and play my music without using the tape option. So I did a google search and came upon the GTA website. After reading over EVERYTHING and ALL of the reviews I bit the bullet and purchased the Bluetooth kit. I watched the install video before purchasing as well. The kit came in today and I waited until my husband got home from work. I told him I wanted to install the kit by myself but didn’t want to until he got home incase I ran into any trouble. I got all my tools (they tell you all the tools you need in the video) and I had the video playing on my phone and would pause it as I was completing each step. In total it took me about 30-45 minutes. And everything works GREAT! I’m so happy with the system and the how to video provided. And I’m sure if I run into any problems down the road a simple phone call will fix the issue. Thank you again!

    - Danielle S.
  • This kit did exactly what it was intended to do. The install took me about 45 minutes to do and was super easy. Honestly, the hardest part in my opinion was removing the bolt that holds the radio in. Aside from that, everything else was easy. The quality of sound is very high but I had trouble pairing it the first time around. I eventually got it to work and everything works perfect now. I would definitely purchase this kit for another car if need be and would recommend to anyone looking for a Bluetooth kit. Thanks for the awesome product guys!

    - Meko
  • Yesterday I installed the Pure Bluetooth Kit (minus microphone and aux cable) in my 2006 Tacoma connected to the factory JBL CD Changer/FM/Subwoofer audio system.

    First the good: this product does exactly what it says it does (I love it when that happens). The main component is about the size of a small cigarette package, plugs into a vacant port on the back of the radio and comes with enough cable to stow the component in the console, up underneath the dash, glove box or cubbyhole under right side of steering wheel.

    Now for the realistic part of the review: First, the sound is by no means CD quality. More like decent lossy 320 kbs. Think about it: its Bluetooth-and Bluetooth cant be CD.

    Second, and this might be just me-I decided to simply place the component in the cubbyhold under steering wheel. Its out of the way, yet accessible and I dont use it for anything else. I removed the little shelf, drilled a hole in the back, routed the connector thru the hole and then fed the cable up thru the dash to the radio, and down thru the hole, repeatedly for over an hour. You have to find just the right pathway so the connector will fit thru. So, if you choose this location, just know that going in.

    Finally, volume. I’m using an iPhone 6 and I find that I really have to crank up the volume on the phone and on the radio to get it up where its somewhat loud.

    Other than these items, I really do like this product and would recommend it for someone with a “dated” radio that would like to use their phone for music in the car.

    - Scott Oakley
  • Happy to get this kit ! I purchased the pure bluetooth kit (Aux + Bluetooth + Mic) to connect via bluetooth my Android smartphone.
    Easy to install. Works fine, I am really happy to have my music (mainly Spotify) onboard now !
    Improvement would be the power (1A) is to small (> 2A would be suitable).
    Microphone : Fine, better than my old handsfree system but maybe to the best.I put it close to the rear mirror.
    Price / Quality / Simplicity is obvious !
    It was a really fast delivery (to France)
    I mounted it on my Audi A4 B7 2005.
    I was hesitating with a Parrot system, but the Fackra cable cost at least 100€ to get an ISO plug…Then the kit(160 to 200€)
    GTA Kit was for me the most rational system.

    - JPTHEV
  • This is a great product, and very easy to installl. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a solution like this!

    - Jason Sand
  • Worked perfectly in my 2005 Toyota Sequoia. Sounds great and connects perfectly every time. I ran the wiring and box to the glove box which works fine for me. Very happy with purchase and that I can keep my OEM system, which is still a great system, intact.

    - Ivan N
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