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Old January 23rd, 2013, 12:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can someone suggest an aftermarket car stereo that is compatible and pairs easily with a Razr Maxx?

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Old January 23rd, 2013, 12:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Moved on over to the maxx forums

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Check out the Crutchfield website. I know their mail order catalog states what models are compatible with android devices. Not sure if the information is specific to which phone model they will work with or not. Worth a shot though.
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Check out the Crutchfield website. I know their mail order catalog states what models are compatible with android devices. Not sure if the information is specific to which phone model they will work with or not. Worth a shot though.
Thank you for your reply. I've scoured Crutchfield's site and talked to a couple of their reps. One suggested the Pioneer Appradio 2 but the reviews there and at CNET were kind of "iffy". I'm hoping someone who's had some success matching their Razr Maxx to an aftermarket unit will have a suggestion.
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I use mine with my pioneer DEH-80PRS all the time. Works great. Built in pandora controls and handsfree. Love it.
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I got a Dual head unit over christmas that works pretty well. I'm not sure how much I'd recommend it (the control layout and UI is just bad). But it certainly has alot of features and the sound quality is pretty good. And it works well with my Razr.
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My RAZR works well with my JVC unit over a Bluetooth connection.
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Don't get an Alpine CDE-HD137BT. Bluetooth with the Razr Maxx is unreliable. Sometimes it works, sometimes I have to unpair and re-pair.
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