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Bluetooth for you're car.

Discussion in 'Droid 3 Accessories' started by DigbyDNh, Jan 13, 2012.

  1. DigbyDNh
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    DigbyDNh New Member

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    I have an older model truck that doesn't have the built in Bluetooth. So I'm looking for something that will replicate that. I have a Bluetooth that fits in my ear but I want it to be able to use my car speakers. I've heard someone said something about a FM's transmitter but I'm not sure if that right.

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    You can use a BT audio gateway to an AUX in on your stereo.

    I've used quite a few.

    BlackBerry Audio gateway.
    Acoustic Research mini bridge.
    Finally, Kensington Liquid Aux.

    The Kensington unit is the best so far simply because I don't have to manually power it up. If you have a key-on powered cig lighter, once the unit receives power, the unit will automatically pair with your phone in 2-3 seconds.

    As an BT audio gateway, it rocks. As a BT Handsfree kit, it sucks. And the remote that comes w/ it seems to hit or miss. Also, there's a USB port you can use to charge your phone.
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    thanks a lot this helped me out!