I've searched and searched online to find an article where someone has successfully paired a 2nd Gen iPod Touch to an aftermarket car stereo and streamed music through bluetooth. I've been to Best Buy a couple times and looked at the Sony MEX-BT2700 with built-in bluetooth. I can get them to pair up, but no audio comes through even when I select the output on the touch to go to the stereo. Has anyone successfully streaming bluetooth music from their iPod Touch to a aftermarket car stereo with bluetooth?? I don't like wires and would love not having any. Thanks!!
13" Macbook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.1), iPod Touch 2nd Gen (OS 3.1.2)
Solved by slash.andy on Oct 16, 2009 1:47 PM
That is correct. also you could possibly get a bluetooth dongle. this will plug into a 3.5 mm auxiliary jack and work that way.
Reply by slash.andy on Oct 16, 2009 12:08 PM
Yes! it works wonderfully! i love it! i have bluetooth headphones as well!
Reply by slash.andy on Oct 16, 2009 12:33 PM
Roadmaster (VR500CSBT) is what i use. works really well.
My Motorola T505 also works fantastically. I know they are at Best Buy in Canada. Besides being able to connect to my iPod Touch 2G via bluetooth, it's FM transmitter is far better than the Monster FM Transmitter I was previously using.