Want to play droid in car need opinion

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    Ok i can not connect to in car radio so hands down what is the best solution out there? Dont care about price.
    Please help thanks
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    No Cassette? No headphone jack? no bluetooth? What did you try that did not work?
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    I bought an fm modulator.... 1 power wire 1 ground wire and plug into your antena and your ready to go.
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    That's gotta sound way better than my cassette adapter through the stock radio!
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    it sounds freakin great! And it auto pairs, so I just drop it in the cradle and hit play on the headunit screen....couldn't be easier.

    I'll make a video and post it if anyone is interested.
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    Buy a Ford with SYNC, it sounds great and you can control the droid with the steering wheel mounted controls or your voice!
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    He said price doesn't matter, but I'm guessing a new car to accomadate his phone is a bit overkill.
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    thats a sick setup man
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    I like it, I would have gotten a double sub box, but I have a small car (Scion xA) and my GF would have killed me if I took up the hatchback with a couple subs. Maybe someday!
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    I got one of these:

    MEX-BT3700U | Xplōd® Bluetooth® CD Receiver | Sony | Sony Style USA

    It was $180 at Walmart and has Bluetooth audio streaming and voice built in; no external box. It has a mic built right into the head unit which works well enough for family and gives you the option of connecting a second mic.

    It works flawlessly with the droid. It auto connects any time I get in the car and haven't had an issue streaming with any application. The controls on the head unit will control the default music player as well as most of the third party ones I've tried (but not Pandora).

    I highly recommend it.
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    only a 6 inch bazooka?!? s*** man if price dont matter i would throw in a 1000 watt amp hooked up to dual 14 inch sub, and thats only for the bass!

    but yea bluetooth does sound awesome
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    I have a cheap sony HU with BT in my Bonneville and it works OK. I have some frustrating pairing issues occasionally though (often enough that I prefer the wired auxiliary input method in my Volvo).

    I just bought and installed the Kensington LiquidAux device in my Volvo hoping that the pairing issues wouldn't happen, but they do, so I still use the wired connection

    So, all future recommendations of this nature from me will be to use a wired auxiliary connection. USASpec makes aux inputs for lots of cars (that's what I use in the Volvo), and they work great! Just plug in and go, no fumbling with menus trying to get BT to connect.
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    hows the static with this? I'm using a cassette adapter now, but may try this for $20 if the sound quality is good. I've tried some too in the past and they sound like doo doo. Sound quality, hard finding an open station, etc. etc..? thanks
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    I'll speak up for the underrepresented cassette adapter. I have a $20 one from Target, and it sounds great. No static, no noise, no problems at all.
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    Becoming more and more rare to find a vehicle with a cassette player though.
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