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      Bluetooth Integration Products for Your Vehicle
      Invented in 1994 by the Swedish company Ericson, "Bluetooth" technology uses radio waves to send information wirelessly between one or more devices located in very close physical proximity. While AM/FM radio signals, satellite transmissions, television, and cell phones also use radio waves, Bluetooth uses the unlicensed but regulated 2.4 - to 2.485 Gigahertz band range.

    Honda Bluetooth Kits Reviews

    Average rating:  5  5 - 3 reviews
    5 of 5
    Not Bad
    I could not replace the factory radio without needing to start messing with my dashboard and console, and I was not up for that challenge. This was an easy 1-hour solution that allowed me to use my MP3 player, Droid phone, tablet, etc. I could have purchased one of the $50 versions of this product, but the iSimple had the best reviews for audio quality and I would say I agree that the quality is great.
    BPosted by Burto (Annandale, MN) /
    2011 Honda Ridgeline
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