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I paid 379.99 for it. I haven't quite figured out the android auto, but so far I really like it. Big upgrade from an old alpine single din
Next step, I will buy a wireless carplay adapter because I am getting tired of plugging in everyday to USB. Does anyone use this? (U2W Plus) Carlinkit 3.0 Wireless Apple CarPlay Adapter Dongle for Wired CarPlay Is there any loss in function with the aftermarket adapters?
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I paid 379.99 for it. I haven't quite figured out the android auto, but so far I really like it. Big upgrade from an old alpine single din
Next step, I will buy a wireless carplay adapter because I am getting tired of plugging in everyday to USB. Does anyone use this? (U2W Plus) Carlinkit 3.0 Wireless Apple CarPlay Adapter Dongle for Wired CarPlay Is there any loss in function with the aftermarket adapters?
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I just purchased the Carlink 3.0 adapter and haven't had much time with it. I found it cuts out intermittently when plugged into the center console, but rarely when plugged into the dash USB. The sound seems to be the same quality as wired USB, but I'm usually streaming from my Apple Music, and not playing directly off the phone. The device is convenient and works well - I don't think it has unreasonable connection delays that the older versions had. I found it for about $60.00 on Amazon when it was Deal of the Day and had additional "coupon" on the item page.

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I just purchased the Carlink 3.0 adapter and haven't had much time with it. I found it cuts out intermittently when plugged into the center console, but rarely when plugged into the dash USB. The sound seems to be the same quality as wired USB, but I'm usually streaming from my Apple Music, and not playing directly off the phone. The device is convenient and works well - I don't think it has unreasonable connection delays that the older versions had. I found it for about $60.00 on Amazon when it was Deal of the Day and had additional "coupon" on the item page.

Good luck!
I would rather pay $90 at the official website store because I have had bad experiences at Amazon. If I have any problems then consult the seller and then they never get the problem fixed. I usually ended up paying MORE because I had to buy a working product elsewhere.
 
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