Scosche Launches the motorMOUTH II Bluetooth Handsfree Car Kit

Scosche has announced the motorMOUTH II, plug and play Bluetooth handsfree car kit and streaming audio receiver. This is a compact device that plugs directly into the front Aux-in/MP3 jack on your car’s stereo. If you don’t have a front jack, Scosche provides a relocation cable along with a Y adapter for users that prefer to directly connect their music. The speaker phone features DSP echo cancellation and support profiles: HFP and A2DP. The motorMOUTH II is available now through Frys.com for $79.99.

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  • Brian October 21, 2010, 12:42 am

    Just wondering where it gets DC power?

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  • test October 31, 2010, 6:03 am

    It comes with an additional car lighter cable for charging. If one can use their phone mike by placing the mike on a car mount, then the belkin music receiver can be a more elegant, and cheaper option

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  • Dave November 10, 2010, 2:20 pm

    I installed a MotorMouth II in our car using the remote base. Took awhile to figure out a nice wire routing but it works great! Sound quality is excellent on both sides of phone calls and A2DP bluetooth music quality is WAY better than my previous FM transmitters. We have iPhones and they paired easily. I use the lighter plug included in the kit with either Scosche cable or Apple cable to charge MotorMouth or iPhone, respectively. With car stereo input set to AUX, we listen to Pandora or iPod stereo music, Motion X turn-by-turn voice nav app and use the hands-free phone- all at once. Can also use with home or outdoor stereo and your A2DP-enabled BT device. And no phone interference noise! For $80, get one. We use ours A LOT. Great gizmo.

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