Stream music to car stereo over Bluetooth

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  1. bwfc0907 macrumors regular

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    Has anybody managed with an iPhone 4 yet, if so which car make & stereo make?
     
  2. nippyjun macrumors 65816

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    New Toyota sienna streams well. I've been doing it since I got the car.
     
  3. Rooskibar03 macrumors 65816

    Rooskibar03

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    I've done it in Mazda products. Couldnt make it work in Subarus.

    And last week in the new Audi A8, in case you've got $90 grand burning a hole in your pocket.
     
  4. Randman macrumors 65816

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    Did it in my car with a Sony set installed. Worked fine from 2g through the iPhone 4.
     
  5. Squires macrumors regular

    Squires

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    If you have an AUX port...

    I use a Jabra Clipper to stream music from my iPhone 3GS running 4.1 through to my Ford Fiesta stereo which is standard and it works like a charm :)

    Hope this helps.
     
  6. SaintsMac macrumors 6502

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    I stream using a Parrott Mki9100. It works great and I have the controls as well.
     
  7. posnera macrumors regular

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    Can this be done without sending phone calls to the same device?

    My car had bluetooth for phone, not music. I would get a bluetooth reciever for my aux jack, but I still want phone calls through the car itself.
     
  8. chromey macrumors member

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    I've got mine playing music through bluetooth on my honda accord using the Pioneer AVH-P3100DVD. I HAD been playing music through the USB cable, but it looks like 4.1 broke that for me. It also runs phone calls through the bluetooth (automatically pauses the music and switches it to phone when someone calls).
     

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