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Retro-fit Bluetooth mobile phone help

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by bearboy, Jul 9, 2009.

  1. bearboy

    bearboy New Member

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    Hi,

    I've been told by an Audi dealer that you cannot retro-fit a bluetooth phone connection into an 06 A4 if it hasn't got MMI. I've seen websites which say differently.

    Has anyone got any experience of this?

    Thanks,

    C.
     
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  3. BahnStormer77

    BahnStormer77 BahnStormer

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    okay - I'm feeling guilty constantly recommending HazzyDayz (VWcruise.com), so it's only fair to point out that I'm pretty sure TCLsatnav and Prime Prestige (enquiries@primeprestige.com) also offer this same service.

    The only ones I've had expereince of are HazzyDayz, but I belive Prime Prestige were cheaper (and they're very good on comms), but based somewhere near Sheffield.... so too far North for me.... and HazzyDayz travel to you / place of work!

    None are that cheap though: non OEM versions are £200-ish inc fitting and OEM is around £300, I think! I had the "SDS high" voice control linked into my steering controls when I got mine doen, so it cost a bit more than that.... but now I get to say "Navigate: to Home", "Telephone, Call home", "Telephone, call the bossy one" (the missus)... etc, etc.... which is very convenient :)

    Please note NOT to use nicknames for your mother-in-law, etc unless the missus already knows about the nicknames!
     
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    BahnStormer77 BahnStormer

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    bearboy... what headunit do you currently have?

    Here's another interesting option if you just have the base level headunits: Becker GP9772

    This should give you an OEM looking MP3 player that includes Bluetooth...

    Noit sure how well it links in with DIS / steering controls though...
     

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