Bluetooth?

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  1. MGS2392

    MGS2392 NAND Cat!

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    What's the cheapest route to adding Bluetooth capabilities to a car? I'm getting my license in August, along with my sister's Subaru Legacy, and so I was thinking about using my Omnia as GPS and a music player. I'm willing to do a little bit of tinkering, but not much (I'm not very experienced with cars).
     
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    IMHO most of the aftermarket bluetooth devices that you can buy for automobiles look like crap. You could build yourself a carputer, but this will take a bit of money (especially if you want it done right), and since it's your sister's car I'm not sure she would be down with you tearing up her dash if you have little experience. Why not wait, save some money, and get a car that has it integrated?
     
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    My brother has a very nice pioneer radio it can have all sorts of add on's like bluetooth aux input and ipod input along Sirus satellite radio. Its a touch screen too.
     
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