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A4 b7 play music via bluetooth

Hoskins1983 Jul 6, 2019

  1. Hoskins1983

    Hoskins1983 New Member

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    Hi guys I'm new to Audi, I've got a a4 b7 2008 2.0 tfsi, I've connected my phone to the Audi Nav but there I no option to play music through it, do I need some sort of adapter or is there actually a way of doing it though the settings etc, thanks in advance
     
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  3. OliNix

    OliNix Active Member

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    In short... No

    There are some Dension aftermarket units that allow you to do it, but it replaces the factory BT.

    Don’t forget, you are using 15 year old Bluetooth tech here...
     
  4. jarnold231

    jarnold231 Member

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    Get a little Bluetooth FM transmitter for your cigarette lighter. They're about £15 on Amazon and work a treat.

    Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
     
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  5. Hoskins1983

    Hoskins1983 New Member

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    Thanks guys I'll get the little cigarette lighter one
     
  6. NHN

    NHN Retrofitter - Audi - VW - Skoda - Seat Site Sponsor VCDS Map User

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    FM transmitters are tbh ****, unless it interrupts the existing FM reception to block stations crossing, they're a pita.

    Options are sd cards or wireless stream OEM would be Ami unit & wireless dongle I've fitted many times, albeit not cheap but works well, aftermarket dension also fitted but as advised replaces factory phone by or swap head unit out to an all in one also fitted numerous.
     
  7. Sibmets

    Sibmets Member

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    I fitted Dension one - it doesn't replace factory Bluetooth - You actually can choose whether calls are going through Dension or RNS-e. In my phone's Bluetooth settings I've set Dension to handle multimedia and RNS-e to handle calls - works like charm! Cost me about 130€ for Dension BT lite. Works with steeering wheel buttons as well.

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  8. LawrenceH

    LawrenceH Active Member

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    I have one of these too and it works a treat. No factory BT and using a Concert2+. Only thing with the Lite is that you don’t get song name on the display, think the more expensive one does that though. It replaces the cd changer.
     
  9. Hoskins1983

    Hoskins1983 New Member

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    Thanks for your reply guys I'll have a look in to the dension see what I can find
     
  10. JS7319

    JS7319 New Member

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    Hi

    Also looking into a bluetooth alternative, is anyone able to long to the Dension unit for the B7?

    Thanks
     
  11. BenKH95

    BenKH95 New Member

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    I found the Dension unit to be quite expensive, I have a Connects2 module that replaces the CD changer, mine is sitting behind the headunit. It's been great, it was cheaper than the Dension equivalent and I can still use the steering wheel controls, sound quality is good too.

    https://www.incarconnections.co.uk/...eaming-and-hands-free-calls-2006-onwards.html

    I would double check but I'm pretty sure this is the right one.
     
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  13. JS7319

    JS7319 New Member

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    Does this support telephone calls too, I can see it comes with a mic. If so, is it compatible with the RNS system - phonebook, dial voice functions?
     

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