So I have a New BT35 from USA SPEC for sale. It is a Bluetooth Phone and Music Interface that connects to the back of the Head Unit. It is pretty sweet. I am selling this for $125 + $10 flat fee for shipping so $135 total. Hit me up if you are interested.
MAKING LIFE EASIER
The BT35-TOY features plug and play components for easy installation and works with both JBL and non JBL radios. We highly recommend that you have our unit professionally installed.
HEY, THAT SOUNDS GREAT
Who wouldn’t want crystal clear audio playing through their speakers? Whether you’re rocking out to your favorite tunes or taking a call from a friend you’re meeting up with, feel confident knowing your BT35-TOY was tested under multiple driving conditions to ensure quality sound from any speaker you’ll use it with.
A SMARTER SYSTEM
Now you can drive with your favorite radio station or chat undisturbed with your passenger with your radio off. You no longer have to worry “What if I get a call?”, the BT35-TOY will automatically switch to Bluetooth mode when there’s an incoming call (even if your radio is off)! The BT35-TOY uses advanced technology to turn your radio on and switch to the correct source to help you never miss a call while driving again.
Whether you prefer using your Bluetooth device’s controls or the buttons on your radio or steering wheel, prepare to enter into a fully integrated driving experience. Picture this: drive and answer/end phone calls using the track up/down buttons from the radio or steering wheel. Keep your eyes on the road. You can have the BT35-TOY announce the caller’s phone number through your sound system and for most text-capable radios if you miss the announcement, you can view the caller’s phone number*! The BT35-TOY supports audio streaming that can be controlled from the buttons on the radio or steering wheel. *Some text capable radios will only list 8 or 9 digits of the phone number.
CONNECT WITH MORE
We're currently working out a list of fully compatible devices for your convenience. The current list of successfully tested devices include the iPhone line, iPod Touch 3rd/4th gen, iPad, Android G2; Galaxy S2; HTC My Touch, Desire, HD7, Amaze 4G, G2, Hero; LG GDS70, GU295; Motorola Tundra, Droid; Pantech Pursuit P9020; Blackberry 9700, 9800; Nokia Lumia 710; and Sony Ericsson W518a