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Bluetooth receiver recommendations

Hey all,

Can anyone recommend one of those Bluetooth receivers on Amazon that plugs into the 3.5mm aux in the arm rest? There seem to be loads of them and I have no idea which one is worth it. I'm aiming for Amazon simply because I have gift cards and Amazon credit to use.

Companies like Mpow seem to make like 10 of them and they all seem the same!

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i am not really fan of these Aux BT adaptor, some of them are very poor of what i heard, but because yours is FL one so you should have USB as well, then try this one, with USB

theoretically it should shows you id3tags on display and even steering wheel controls should work, but dont quote me on that. I have installed Parrot mki9200 but using it only as handsfree and for music usb stick.. BTW if you have iPhone, you can use the USB in armrest to play music..
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Just got a mate this for his Fiesta, it turns on when it receives power so it's tucked away niceley, he's happy.
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Where does the grey and the 3.5mm jack need to be plugged in??

I just bought a used Civic 2009 EX diesel and there is a 30pin cabled coming out through the small pocket under the radio command buttons and also there is a USB type male that is coming out of the centre panel on the co-drivers side (this is a bit weird). Any idea what is could be?
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