2010 camry has the a2dp support. now we would eather have to get the navi from the new one and replace with our current ones or find out if we can mod via software or something the current nav to allow a2dp.Nope. Unless you get a Head Unit that supports A2DP and pairs properly with the iPhone (or any other A2DP device for that matter, there are dozens out there aside from the iPhone), which I don't know if any exist.
hehe totally agree. you should of seen my monster htcs... the htc athena and the htc touch cruise. athena has been sold but still have touch cruise. i have the iphone 3g and as above said, a2dp is coming in 3.0 on the iphone 3g only (not on the 2g aka 1st gen). camry will have a2dp beginning in 2010.It will once the OS gets updated to version 3.0.
Or maybe we're talking about the next Iphone 3G...
Not sure, I don't have an Iphone but I did read some of today's Iphone 3.0 (google it) update.
Suffice it to say, I find it kind of hilarious that it's finally able to do things my old HTC did about 3 years ago, though I use a BlackBerry now.
My HTC Mogul, when it's online, can act as a mobile WiFi router, with a direct interface with the Sprint Network. That's 1/2 megabyte per second download speed on average anywhere I get a 3G signal.
I think the Iphone should be able to do that now... with a USB cable of course lol.
I use a Blackberry with an A2DP Jabra headset almost every day to listen to music. It's incredibly useful to be able to control playback, volume etc. from the headset without having to touch the phone (which I can leave locked).The biggest problem with A2DP is that it kills the devices battery life, which means it's pretty pointless in a car since you'll have to charge it shortly anyway.
A2DP sound quality is also not as good as hard wire.
I have Moto A2DP headsets that I use but the battery life and synchronization requirement has me going back to standard headphones.
At least I've never been able to get it to work.Now, call it a lack of general bluetooth knowledge, but I was wondering if this new stereo A2DP Bluetooth support on the iphone 3G will allow us to listen wirelessly through our stereo in a new Camry?
hi i was not able to find anywhere it says that blu logic now supports A2DP
well i never said you dont know what you are talking about all i said was the link does not show the information that you mentioned in your post that is allwell it does. check your owners manual. I don't know what else to tell you. I own it, It works. Not much left to talk about.
It works with or without the stereo being turned on. The blu logic control unit includes it's own power amplifier for the front speakers so that way the phone call volume remains constant regardless of how loud you had the radio set before a call. I hardly ever have my radio turned on and it (the blu logic) works perfectly without the radio being on.Does the Blu Logic work if the stereo is turned off? Or do you have to just turn the volume down to zero and keep it on at all times?
It works with or without the stereo being turned on. The blu logic control unit includes it's own power amplifier for the front speakers so that way the phone call volume remains constant regardless of how loud you had the radio set before a call. I hardly ever have my radio turned on and it (the blu logic) works perfectly without the radio being on.
Hope this helps. It really is a fantastic integration into the car.
Thats great. I was worried I would need to have the stereo on at all times.
Two more questions if you don't mind:
Where do you have the microphone mounted? I'm thinking I would place it in the factory location in the overhead console but I'm worried it would be too far away to pick up my voice.
Are there any issues when the audio output is switched between the blu logic and the stereo? Or is it a nice clean switch between the two? I'm just wondering if there are any weird crackling or popping noises when the audio sources are switched.
Glad to help. Probably one of the best mods I've ever made to one of my cars. It's not a toy for me, it's a safety device in my opinion. I try not to talk on the phone when I drive, but now if I must at least my hands are both on the steering wheel.It definitely clears up any doubts I had about it. I may just have to get it!