DROID to AV receiver

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  1. DJWPAR3

    DJWPAR3 New Member

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    Is there a way to output my ORIGINAL DROID, Last.fm, Pandora or Double Twist, music and or radio thru my AV receiver so I can listen on real speakers?dancedroid
     
  2. ClumsyNinja21

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    Short answer: no.
    Long answer has to do with modifying the physical parts of the phone and writting a sequence that translates a signal( via Bluetooth) to your reciever( Bluetooth compatible) and streaming. A guy did it on a website that I forget but it basically would gave been cheaper to simply buy a phone capable if doing such. I'm sorry. :(
    Hey maybe I'm wrong tho. You're in the right place tho. If anyone can do it, someone here would be the one.

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  3. Nods_Dad

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    The quick way would be use your earpiece output to your av reciever....done and done

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    I'm sorry! I assumed he meant wirelessly!! Lol!! U r correct sir. :)
     
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    I was slightly confused by your response lol I was thinking its no different than using the aux jack on a cars headunit.
     
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    Yeah. Lol. That's called leaping before I look! Sorry guys. ***sheepish grin***

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    Yea I was gonna say...I have a bunch of powered computer speakers in different rooms of my house and garage, so I just plug in to them and the sound is great. Music everywhere! :)
     
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    You can do it wirelessly as well. There have been BT audio gateways/receivers for such applications for years now. The Droid is A2DP compatible. No modifications needed.

    Quick search results:
    http://www.google.com/products?q=bt audio receiver&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wf
     
    #8 takeshi, Nov 19, 2010
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