“Audio streaming services like Pandora and Spotify have given us access to our favorite music wherever we go," said James Finney, Category Manager of Griffin’s power products. "But unless you have a newer model car, streaming directly through your stereo can be cumbersome, with poor sound quality. Our new iTrip AUX Bluetooth and iTrip AUX AutoPilot both make it easy for users to listen to the cleanest, best-quality audio through their car stereo.”
The iTrip Aux Bluetooth adds bluetooth capability to any auxiliary-equipped car. Users must plug in the iTrip adapter into the car's power outlet, then into the car's auxiliary input. Griffin says the iTrip Aux Bluetooth streams the "cleanest, best-quality audio wirelessly from any Bluetooth-enabled smartphone."
The iTrip Aux AutoPilot plugs into the car's accessory outlet for super-fast iOS charging. While the device charges, the direct connection from the lightning connector takes the audio output from the iOS device and delivers it to the car's auxiliary input.
Both the iTrip Aux Bluetooth and the iTrip Aux AutoPilot retail for $49.99 and are available at Griffin's website.