How do I integrate bluetooth for cell phone conversation into my BOSE stereo system?


Asked by Sep 20, 2007 at 08:10 PM

Question type: General

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I saw a bluetooth adapter kit at Wal-mart the other day.


You might want to hit up Best Buy or Circuit City. For a normal car, the easiest way would be to just install a bluetooth capable head unit, but it you have the amplified Bose system, you are probably going to have to go with some sort of adapter connected to you system through a RF Modulator.

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