I am always looking out for the next best way to connect your HTC smartphone to your vehicle withe ease and wireless is where everything is going. With the use of Bluetooth technology, HTC was able to come out with the CAR A100 StereoClip (AUX) adapter for your HTC smartphones. The AUX stands for auxiliary input. 3.5mm input just like you would find for headphones.
That is exactly where the HTC StereoClip comes in to save the day. When you open the box you will find the HTC StereoClip, USB to microUSB wire, and the User Guide Provided by HTC. Who would of thought that something the size of my pinky would do so much? Having access to your personal music selection is awesome. Why have it in your HTC Smartphone if your not going to listen to it.
You car is not the limits of the HTC StereoClip. Anything that has an auxiliary input can accept the HTC StereoClip and have your HTC smartphone sync to the Bluetooth to listen to your smartphone music in your home. Charging your HTC StereoClip is nice and easy with the USB to microUSB wire they provide. The bottom of the HTC StereoClip is where you will find the microUSB charging port and a led indicator light. On the side opposite the HTC logo you will find a simple button.
The HTC StereoClip works perfectly with the HTC One S Dock Kit, that you see pictured here. Pair them up and make your driving experience even better when using navigation or playing your music. Check out the brief video showing the ease of use in a vehicle.
Pros - The HTC StereoClip needs nothing more than your HTC smartphone and a 3.5mm aux input. It will take the place of your auxiliary wire and play your music clearly. Navigation was great how it pauses my music to inform me of upcoming turns.
Cons - If your AUX jack is recessed in your car the HTC StereoClip will not connect and I could not hear my calls through the speakers, I had to use speakerphone through the HTC One S.
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