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Bluetooth Choices

Discussion in 'A6/S6/Allroad forum (C5 Chassis)' started by RS6 Wannabe, Feb 28, 2008.

  1. RS6 Wannabe

    RS6 Wannabe When you cant afford a proper 4.2!

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    I have the RNS-E head unit in my A6 and am wondering what bluetooth set-up to use. The audi oem unit with mic et al looks great and will integrate seemlessly but is it worth the extra money as its likely to cost me around £200 to £250 for the kit alone, i have had a parrot kit in previous car and it does the business but adds the extra screen which i cant think where to put!

    Any thoughts Audi nuts out there?
     
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  3. Issac Hunt

    Issac Hunt Active Member
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    Personally I went for the Audi kit as I prefer the fact that it integrates well with the RNS-E and you dont have any additionl screens or wires in the cabin. Worth the investment in my humble opinion!
     
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    Having installed over 400 Audi BT kits, I can't recommend them enough for the quality and integration.
     
  5. AJO

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    I have a Parrot 3200 in mine, look and works fine.
     
  6. maxlbrown

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    I have a nokia CK7 works great on my old phone (nokia 6310i) and my nokia6800

    I know it does not work properly with my Motorola L series or the new nokias so for a new phone i would avoid it.

    Max
     

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