If your smartphone is the hub of your communication and entertainment, Alpine's UTE-52BT digital media receiver will make an ideal travel companion. This receiver works with both iPhone and Android models, so you can listen to stored music or stream Pandora and other Internet radio apps with your phone. Built-in Bluetooth connectivity lets you enjoy your tunes, plus hands-free conversations.
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