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  • Honestly great experience with this kit and product! The kit and instructions and super easy to fallow and any questions I had by the team at GTA were answered quickly and on point I’d give them 3 out of 3 stars on products / information and install / and customer service. If your on the fence about buying the kit it’s worth it 100 percent

    - Jason Didlick
  • I live in Australia and own a 2005 Lexus RX330 and like everyone else the factory audio started playing up. The CD system started showing ERROR 3 and I couldn’t play any cd’s, the radio still worked but it was annoying not to be able to play my favourite music. Then I seen a clip on YouTube about the GTA car kit and I thought this was the way to go. So I purchased the car kit and it has solved all my problems, I am now listening to my favourite music via my IPhone and I am extremely happy. All my factory controls still work, nothing has changed except my choice of music. This is a magnificent product and all I can say is thank you. Anybody that is having the sort of problems as I did, this is the way to go. Well done GTA. Lawrence.

    - Lawrence Wasley
  • Works seamlessly right out of the box, bluetooth allows controls of the radio to be used for a number of things, which is really cool. Sound quality is great as well. Really amazing the capabilities my 20 year old car’s radio has now.

    - Marcus S
  • Very happy with this car kit very easy installation no static noise exactly as described

    Ben from New Zealand

    - Ben Gale
  • Product worked exactly as advertised. This kit will work with the navigation system as stated in another review, you just need to plug it in to the cd changer port. I was incredibly impressed with the customer service. My package was lost by USPS and even thought the company had every right to not help me they chose to send out a new one. They were also very responsive and informative in the emails. Highly recommend this product, easy install and unparalleled customer service.

    - Ryan Crawford
  • Worth the money and the wait. Not GTA Car Kits fault for the slow delivery. USPS is just slow. Back to the point. I have a 2004 TSX, second owner, low mileage, immaculate. Missing the current tech for blue tooth. This unit solved that problem and now my wife is not as mad at me for me buing an older car. The install was very simple, the music is clear, and the hands free phone capability is safe and works beautifully. Extremely satisfied and their customer service was TOP NOTCH!

    - Matt Savage
  • Have this found on website tried it and works well for me the option of bluetooth I highly recommend this helps a lot specially on handsfree on phone and works well on my audio. I can play all my music using the bluetooth from my phone.

    - Dexter
  • Following the installation video (which is easy to follow) the installation took me 30 mins. Once I installed the Bluetooth kit and tested it, I was surprised how clear the sound was and easy to work.
    I highly recommend this product

    - Dave Feingersh
  • Great experience as well. Installed myself on my 2019 Q60. Customer support is top notch and very prompt. I highly recommend.

    - Ovi
  • Overall, this is a good purchase at a good price when compared to the cost of installing an aftermarket stereo.
    Pros:
    – The sound quality is good
    – The phone quality is good on both ends of the call
    – No ambient buzzing noise like you get from bluetooth-to-aux or bluetooth-to-radio adapters
    – You get to keep the stock stereo
    – Nearly invisible install if you opt to not install the aux and charging cable portions (the only visible part in my Prius is the mic which is tucked away in the corner of my windshield)
    – The install process is pretty simple even without experience (see installation tips below)

    Cons:
    – It is quiet compared to my previous bluetooth-to-aux setup. A volume of 20 on my previous setup is equivalent to a volume of 40 with the kit. Overall, it can still get very loud but there is not as much room to increase volume as my ’06 Prius maxes out at a volume of 55.
    – It comes with a worryingly thin, fragile and short male-to-male aux cable. If this cable were to break, you would have to pull apart your whole dash again in order to replace it. I’d like to see this replaced with a more sturdy male-to-female aux cable so that if your aux cable breaks you can simply unplug from the exposed female end and plug in a new aux cable.
    – It does not come with any USB cable for the charging port. While this port is marketed as an optional install, the aux is also technically optional yet an aux cable is included. I think a sturdy male-to-female USB3 cable would be a great addition to the kit.
    – The install video glosses over some more minor details, and occasionally has bad angles. For example, when removing pieces such as the MFD it would have been nice to see where the host was grabbing the MFD to pull it. Another example would be with the mic which does not have a clip on it in the video. After a bit of messing around, I realized that the clip that comes on the mic is detachable but the video does not cover this.

    Installation tips:
    – Make sure you get a trim removal kit, trying to use a flathead screwdriver for trim removal will end badly.
    – The vents are pretty fragile and don’t come off as easily as the video makes it look. I had the best luck starting on the with my removal tool on left side of the vent and moving right.
    – If your Prius has a factory aux port, you do not need to install the aux from the kit. The factory aux port continues to work even after the kit is installed.
    – When placing the car kit behind the stereo, be sure the mic cable is not touching the radio antenna. If they are touching, you will get crosstalk between the two wires and your phone calls will have radio playing in the background. I placed my kit with the mic input facing up and this seemed to do the trick.
    – Make sure you test all the functionality you want to use *before* putting your dash back together.

    - Eric