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  • I bought the pure Bluetooth and its the best. This thing works like a charm. One thing they didn’t mention is that it works as a bluetooth module for the Bluetooth ready RNS-E. I installed the mic and realized I didn’t actually need it as Bluetooth Ready RNS-E comes with mic integrated from factory. Now the phone functionality of my RNS-E is fully operational. Voice dialing and all. Entire phone directory on screen.
    I must mention that I did connect to Audi Bluetooth and GTA carkit Bluetooth. I guess the Audi Bluetooth controls full phone integration with built in car mic and the GTA carkit bluetooth is responsible for music playback. I’m not too sure but it works flawlessly for music and calls.
    Thanks guys.

    - Elvis
  • I’ve had my kit installed for 6 months so far. I was skeptical at first, but it works exactly as described in the instructional videos. Installation was quick and simple, just follow the video, they do an amazing job explaining everything. One difference i did notice was my center console storage had a light in the hole they show on the video, I used a drill to make a separate hole. One problem i do find myself running into is when 2 phones are connected via bluetooth and one disconnects, the system keeps making a noise either letting me know of the disconnect or attempting to reconnect. I solve this by either restarting the car, or disconnecting the primary phone and clearing the systems memory ( all explained in the pamphlet ). I’m sure there’s a solution for this but I’ve been too lazy to really find it. Call quality is great, no complaints there. Connecting to devices is simple. I know the Aux system is more economical, but the Pure Bluetooth kit is worth the money! Don’t settle!

    - Gonzalo V
  • installation was very straight forward and it works great! Highly recommend!

    In my 2004 RX 330 I don’t have the seat warmers as shown in this video, so I actually didn’t need a splitter cable at all. Plugged right in.

    Note: you absolutely need a long 10 mm wrench to reach the upper bolts, let alone stand a chance of not dropping them

    - Maura
  • very effective, works perfectly on my Lexus 450h 2006
    i was scared at first because i thought it’ill not be compatible with the European plugs, but it seems it was exactly the same showed on that youtube video tutorial so it was easy, be careful with the gear shift when you take out the dashboard i accidentally scratch one of the buttons. if you are looking for a bluetooth device then go ahead.

    - Basile
  • An excellent product. I searched high and low and this one definitely came out tops for me. I installed it into my 2002 Mazda Miata and at first I thought I was missing something … surely it could not just take me 5minutes? But it did and worked (and has since) perfectly. The mic is really good, even with the top down at 80mph it’s still audible on the other side of the line.

    My only regret is not having done it so much earlier. From the brief communication I had with their support they seem to really be on the ball, it was not an issue but still was quick, polite and professional!

    I highly recommend both the product and the company. Thanks for a very pleasant experience all round.

    - David Mulroney
  • I just installed the Pure Bluetooth kit in my 2006 Tacoma, replacing a CRUX basic Bluetooth kit. This kit blows it away! It sounds much better and is almost twice as loud and was easy to install.

    - Mike M.
  • This is a great kit. I received it yesterday and installed it this morning in my 2004 Highlander. It installed exactly as shown in the video. The only thing I did differently was to use heavy duty Velcro to attach the module to a metal dash support behind the radio. The kit works perfectly (sound quality is awesome) and I am very pleased. Thanks!

    - Dave
  • Installed this on my Toyota Prius 2004 with the JBL stereo. I was able to install it by just pulling out the small panel between the glovebox and the stereo then putting my hand between the stereo, the small white box that’s holding a bunch of cables, and the vent. You can just feel around with your hand behind the stereo to find the empty socket and plug it in blind.

    My only problem was that the car’s stereo did not immediately recognize the kit, but the customer supported suggested restarting the car a few times. I was skeptical at first, but a few tries later it actually worked!

    I’m very happy with the sound quality, and all the steering wheel controls work too.

    - Kaan Genc
  • Got the package yesterday and installed last night in an hour. The video was a great help to install and everything worked great. Bluetooth, aux and phone are successfully working. Wish I had of known about it years ago.


    - Colin Jackman
  • We installed Sirius in a RX350 using the gateway. I did it myself, (the installation).
    It was quite easy and very straightforward. The hardest part was routing the cable for the antenna.

    - Bryan