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Old 01-09-2015, 07:37 AM   #1
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Bluetooth auxiliary adapter suggestions?

Hey all. I have a 2012 PP V6 with base stereo. Currently, I am using the auxiliary plug to play music from my phone but am growing tired of having to use a cord. Does anyone know of a decently priced bluetooth adapter that I can install and leave in the car that uses the auxiliary stereo jack? I looked on ebay and there are just so many, so I'm looking for a recommendation. I don't wanna spend a bunch of money, but do want a quality piece. Any suggestions?

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Opentip.com: Bluetooth Audio Transmitter and Splitter


I am not recommending the website itself, but that's the unit that my buddy runs in his Mini and I use in my truck.
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How is the sound quality?

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Try tranzit wireless bluetooth it fit direct into the 3.5 jack and the pairs with your phone I have it in my Taurus and it works great for music and calls


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http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item...d=181553893395 this is the one I have I got it from best buy but it's 35 on eBay


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Thanks for the link. I'm just worried about sound quality through bluetooth.

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I got mine at a best buy I figured if I didn't like it I could just return it. No harm no foul.


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Try amazon.com I found one for 15 bucks for my home theater. Good thing amazon has reviews to give you an idea
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Er... you're streaming a web service or MP3s right? In a car with a ****load of road noise? See what I'm getting at?


Honestly its like listening to it on your phone with headphones. Not CD quality, but there's a realistic threshold one is going to have to accept when doing car stereos... its not going to be home-theater quality. You'll get radio quality music, whether you spend 35 or 350.
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I'm using the auxiliary input now and the sound is great. That's my fear, losing sound quality. If that's the case, I'll keep using what I have.

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