Bluetooth is an essential part of everybody’s life nowadays and it has become a part of a car’s dentistry as well. Depending upon your use, you will have choices to spend on a bluetooth receiver. If you prefer voice call over music, then you will have different options. If you are more garrulous and always talking while on the go, then a different set of bluetooth receivers may serve your purpose. Let’s see few of the best bluetooth receivers for car use that market has to offer right now.

Mpow Portable Bluetooth Receiver

Pro: Easy to use with no extra requirement
Con: Sometimes, get disconnected without notice

This tiny but powerful receiver comes with bluetooth 3.0 technology with amazing ease. You just need to plug in the receiver into your car’s AUX and connect to bluetooth on your phone. And you are done! Now you can have your voice calls on the speaker. It has a pretty good battery life, which runs for 8 hours with a minimal of 1.5 hours of charging. It charges with a USB cable. One can use car’s USB cable to charge the receiver. Sound quality is very good with little or no disturbance.

Doosl 2nd Gen Bluetooth 4.0 Receiver

Pro: Great Battery Life
Con: Open output has male to male adapter

This tiny bluetooth receiver stands at 2.0*1.0*0.4 inches, and weighs just 1.6 ounces. It has latest Bluetooth 4.0 technology which helps you keep connected even if you walk more than 200 feet away from the receiver. Its ease to use is its strength. It has 3 touch buttons to control and has a 3.5mm jack which can be plugged into the car’s AUX. Your car stereo will quickly connect to it. The best feature about this device is, it runs for 16 hours, once fully charged.

Belkin Bluetooth Card Hands-Free

Pro: Inbuilt microphone and DSP noise and echo cancellation
Con: Does not auto connect

This small circular disc shaped receiver looks like a “Be Happy” batch which can be affixed on your shirt’s chest. Belkin has always been a leader in sound and this receiver is no exception. The 3.5mm jack can be easily connected to car’s AUX and you are ready. It can smoothly switch between music and calls. It also has an embedded microphone and also allows you to answer calls. The Bluetooth microphone also has DSP which helps eliminate echo noise. All these features come at a cost. This one is a bit expensive.

Kinivo BTC 450

Pro: Dedicated music controls
Con: Sound clarity over voice calls in substandard

Kinivo box comes with an adhesive mounting pad and the device. It’s a small disc which supports many Bluetooth profiles like HFP, HSP, A2DP, and AVRCP. This also makes it compatible with all the devices we have nowadays. It has a built in microphone and can be used to answer calls. It plays excellent music. With dedicated music control buttons, it is more music friendly and a good choice for music lovers.

URGE Basics CK900

Pro: Multiple device support
Con: Voice quality is substandard

This device comes packed in with latest Bluetooth 4.0 technology and is very easy to use. The oval shape makes it very appealing and the clip on its back, makes it easy to fix inside a car. DSP helps in noise and echo cancellation. It also takes voice commands, but you need to make sure voice commands are active on your phone. Just press and hold the call button and voice command is ready to be taken.

*Any prices mentioned in the article were at the time of publishing and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on or at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.


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