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Alpine KCE-400BT - Kit manos libres Bluetooth para todas las unidades principales compatibles, negro

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Detalles técnicos
Año de fabricación2009
Peso del producto91 g
Dimensiones del producto7,7 x 9,5 x 2,5 cm
Número de modelo del productoKCE-400BT
Número de productoKCE-400BT
Pilas / baterías incluidasNo
Pilas / baterías necesariasNo
Descripción de la interfaz de redWireless
Compatible con tecnología Bluetooth
Especificaciones técnicas
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Producto en desde23 de mayo de 2009
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Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 95 x 77 x 25 mm
Peso: 92 g

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pleasantly Surprised 15 de diciembre de 2009
Por George - Publicado en
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I read about how the old KCE-350BT was plagued with persistent connection issues and was to be avoided. Regardless, I can happily say that the the KCE-400BT has no such issues.

I was a bit weary getting this unit for a few reasons, one being the connection worries mentioned above. More so though is the fact that my car is loud. I installed this in my modded BMW M3-- cabin noise is up there and with the window down and my foot on the throttle it's quite loud. Not long ago I was driving on surface streets with the window all the way down when I got a call; I answered it keeping the window down and intentionally hit the throttle fairly hard a few times during the conversation to see how it fared. The results were very impressive, I could hear and be heard perfectly fine throughout the call.

My only real issue with it is that when I want to place a call (I have an iPhone) I can't pick which number to dial when choosing the contact to call (my contacts have multiple numbers), it just uses the first number stored. I don't know if that's a failing of this device or my iDA-X303 head unit, but it certainly limits its usability. This doesn't really bother me though since I hate talking on my phone while driving, I got the unit to be able to answer calls I need to while on the road without having to go digging for my phone every time.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas You're buying this because it's your only option 7 de febrero de 2014
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
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This works better than some other aftermarket Bluetooth systems, but Alpine doesn't do a very good job of interfacing with the rest of the car. For example, don't be surprised if you can't get your steering wheel controls to work for making calls.

This is an add on from an era when Bluetooth was not a standard feature and it's just not as slick as modern Bluetooth systems. But if you're looking at it, it's probably because it's the only thing that will work with your current head unit and you don't want to buy a new head when your current one works just fine.

Slight better than average, but four stars seems too generous. 3 stars.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Works great BUT buggy READ MY TECH TIP! 15 de agosto de 2011
Por Richard in London - Publicado en
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I bought this to replace my aging Nokia Bluetooth car kit that wasn't working well with my HTC Android handset. That set up suffered from terrible feedback for the person I was calling.

The KCE-400BT from Alpine seemed an easy upgrade to add to my IDA-X305 head unit and the ability to stream audio from my handset would get me even more value from my Spotify subscription.

The device itself is compact and installed easily under my car glove compartment. With just the usual power/ignition/earth and interrupt cable to connect up, connect the custom Alpine interconnect cable to the head unit and fit the microphone. All quite easy using the wiring left over from my old Nokia Car Kit.

The instructions are not clear in the manual and did cause some confusion. The head unit displayed "No Unit" when I selected Bluetooth Audio. I initially thought it mean no bluetooth unit was detected and spent some time checking the installation, cables secure etc before I realised the 400BT was correctly installed but the head unit was not correctly seeing the handset. Cycling my phoes bluetooth off then on fixed this and I was able to control the handset through the head unit as well as stream audio. Call quality was excellent both stationary and while driving at speed. I took time to fit the mic right up in the interior light cluster so it was placed away from the window and ideal for both the driver and passenger talking to the mic. Audio streaming from the handset by bluetooth was also excellent and will work great with Spotify on my handset.

IMPORTANT TECH TIP: Now, I came across one big problem. Whenever I turned the ignition off then on the 400BT would work as a bluetooth car kit but only if controlled through the handset and when I selected Bluetooth Audio it would bring up the "No Unit" error. I had to reset bluetooth on my handset to get it to work again. After much forum searching I found a work around to this bug. Pair up a second handset to the 400BT. Any handset will do, a friends for example. This fixes the bug and a few moments after the head unit powers up it will now correctly pair to your handset.

If it hadn't been for this bug I would have happily given it 4*
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great, If you lucky to have the right phone that works with it 14 de enero de 2011
Por HD VIDEO - Publicado en
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I got this adapter to to work with Ina-W900 GPS navigation unit. Adapter came with 311 firmware preloaded and right away I started to have pairing issues with the phone (Sanyo Incognito). For each automatic successful pairing, I had 5 unsuccessful ones in a row when you start the car, but touching the phone on head unit displays No phone available message, but if phone call comes in, it does go thru hands free head unit as it should have. It makes you unable to dial out using head unit interface, select address book or reply to missed calls, you must do it from the phone itself, forcing me to manually re-initialize pairing process. That pain was continuing until I decided to downgrade firmware from 311 to 2.51 or 1.69 from Alpine website to see if that makes the difference. There were no warnings or information that doing so, may brick (lockup) KCE-400BT permanently until shipped to factory for recovery. So I tried to update thru PC BT link as in manual, all steps went OK with green bar scrolling to the end, but at the end adapter was dead, not visible to any phone anymore.
Send it for exchange to the store, got another one-same 311 firmware, same pairing issues came back right away.
Called Alpine support, they had no idea how to help other than check voltages and wiring. Tried to reflash software again to lower 2.51 and adapter was dead again!!! Send to Alpine directly, requesting from them to send me firmware version 1.69! Got it in with 1.69 and guess what! It works flawlessly now without any single pairing issues at all! The pairing process does not have as many options as it did with 311 firmware on the phone, but who cares, the phone works, plays music, pairs all the time. I talked to Alpine support and tried to make sure that engineering will fix obvious issues in 311, but guys at support desk sounded like engineering is done in Japan or somewhere else and they have no direct contact with them and not sure if those issues are addressed or not. Now alpine put on USA website warning not to reflash 311 or later firmware with older ones. So just be aware that pairing issues is always a possibility with that unit.
Otherwise it works well, noise cancelling and sound quality are very good.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good Bluetooth Adapter 20 de abril de 2013
Por smallkinesurf - Publicado en
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Background: I wanted Bluetooth in my 1988 Toyota pickup truck. I have an Alpine CDA-105 head unit. After reading positive online reviews, I thought this is what I am looking for. In hindsight, I would have bought a Bluetooth enabled head unit, but this adapter works.

Pros: I bought this mainly to stream music from my phone over Bluetooth. I turn on the car, and my phone automatically syncs to the head unit, and begins to play music where I left off. I also found out that I can sync multiple devices to Bluetooth.

Cons: I placed my microphone on top of my steering column, and if I am on the phone the caller hears a lot of engine noise. I think this would happen with other units though.

Bottom line: If this is compatible with your head unit, this is the Bluetooth adapter to get.

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