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Old 16th February 2007, 14:01   #1
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Default How To : make a HU Bluetooth enabled

I am not sure if it possible or not but I want to make my HU bluetooth enabled so that it can communicate with the mobile device. Any TBhpians using it, pls advice.

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Old 16th February 2007, 14:13   #2
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You cant make a non bluetooth HU into a bluetooth HU. The best option you have is to either buy a Bluetooth HU or get a handsfree car kit and connect it to your HU.
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AFAIK there are some HU's that would let you connect a Bluetooth car kit so that it mutes the radio when the call comes in. Dont know if you can mod the HU to become bluetooth enabled
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Hi,

You have 2 solutions:

1> Get a Bluetooth enabled Head Unit similar to the link below
Parrot Rhythm 'N' Blue | Products from Viper Performance ...

2> Get a Bluetooth enabled Handsfree Car Kit.
Parrot CK3100 | Products from Viper Performance ...

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Old 16th February 2007, 18:05   #5
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2> Get a Bluetooth enabled Handsfree Car Kit.
Parrot CK3100 | Products from Viper Performance ...

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How much will it cost including installation charges ?
Any idea about how it is installed and how effective they are ?

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Smile Enabling bluetooth on existing HU

There is an adapter available from Motorola using it you can enable any audio device bluetooth enable.
Bluetooth® Home Stereo Adapter DC800 - Motorola US
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The Nokia car kits - 616, CK-7W or CK15W (Nokia India - Car kits - Car solutions - All accessories - Accessories - Find products)
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how come certain threads come to life after over a year just like they were started only yesterday ?

only that technology has changed & come a full circle since then. I am sure navdeep found his answers in this thread or elsewhere quite a long time ago.
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lol this happens when a newbie answers a question that was asked a year ago. Then everyone just forgets to read the original date.
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Sahi bola, bhai, 1?th February 200? is equal enough to 10th February 2008!!!
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One more thing he can try is that he can go to any dentist and paint it blue and put it inside the HU. Thus make it Bluetooth enabled.
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hi i recently got the pioneer 8950BT installed ............works really well
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One more thing he can try is that he can go to any dentist and paint it blue and put it inside the HU. Thus make it Bluetooth enabled.

Na, i'd think a painter would do a better job than a dentist.
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How will the painter get a tooth?
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