1. RFMagician's Avatar
    I'm looking for some advice on a way to get a Bluetooth A2DP input into my car. I have an aux input, so I was hoping to get something that will hook in through that and allow my iPhone to play music via Bluetooth. I've looked at the Blackberry music gateway, and that looks nice except that it needs to be powered through the cigarette lighter, and I'd rather have something that's made to be wired directly into the car. The other thing I was looking at is the Motorola T605, but I've not found any really good reviews on it. Anyone have any other suggestions, or have installed/used the T605?
    09-25-2009 08:36 AM
  2. Unchewable's Avatar
    wire your iphone for sound then use a blue ant for speakerphone
    09-25-2009 10:36 AM
  3. RFMagician's Avatar
    wire your iphone for sound then use a blue ant for speakerphone
    ...That doesn't really accomplish what I'm looking for. I want both music and calls to go through Bluetooth, not just calls. The way it's setup now is the iPhone is connected via the 3.5mm port to the RCA connections on my stereo. I want it so when I get in my car, the Bluetooth will connect without me hooking anything up and allow me to play music from the iPhone to the stereo, i.e. no wires involved....
    09-25-2009 10:46 AM
  4. plate58's Avatar
    What type of car is it?
    09-25-2009 04:49 PM
  5. mperkel's Avatar
    I have this one:

    [Can't post links yet, search Amazon for Kensington-LiquidAUX-Bluetooth-Remote-Phones]

    Works, pretty well and fairly cheap, plugs into your aux, comes with a remote for your steering wheel, and connects to bluetooth on your phone for music and calls. Has a built-in mic and capable of USB plugin for charging.
    09-25-2009 07:19 PM