1. igorsky's Avatar
    What's up, everyone. I've never used either of these methods for playing music yet so I'm not 100% sure how it works in practive. But my question is does music/video that gets played remotely from the iPhone stop playing if you get a phone call? And then does the call ring through the remote speakers?

    Thanks in advance.
    11-08-2010 09:13 AM
  2. stkywik's Avatar
    I can't speak in definites, but I can tell you my experience. I stream music to my Sony car stereo by bluetooth and it works well. No audible loss in music quality. When I get a phone call, it will pause the music and I can take the call hands free. When I hang up, the music picks up where it left off. This works with Pandora and Audio Galaxy.

    The stereo that I bought was "iPod/iPhone ready", so I don't know if all devices work so seamlessly as that one does.
    11-08-2010 09:22 AM
  3. igorsky's Avatar
    Ok that makes sense. I was just wondering if I'm blasting my music in my apartment and all of a sudden that's replaced by a loud phone ring coming through the speakers, and I guess the answer is yes
    11-08-2010 11:38 AM
  4. stkywik's Avatar
    If you're doing it by bluetooth, I would say probably. If by Airplay, I have no idea.
    11-08-2010 01:02 PM
  5. kevmiami#IM's Avatar
    Just returned Belkin Bluetooth to Apple Store. Tried for one evening; sound compression was terrible on good speakers; definitely not worth convenience. Purchased AppleTV instead; twice the cost, but should be much more flexible w/Airplay and hopefully much better quality - We will see tonight. New iphone is getting expensive, didn't have wireless at home, just puchased Cisco E3000, plus TomTom, plus, plus - yes, we are having fun now Please excuse me, while I go renew my Netflix account...
    11-08-2010 01:31 PM