cs2000 Posted November 29, 2017 Share Posted November 29, 2017 (edited) I have spent the last couple of months sourcing, developing and refining a Bluetooth audio module for the Standard BOSE stereo in our cars. I have now tested this in a members vehicle (Paul K’s) and working great, so its available for you lovely people So, you want one right? Well, this is how you get on board! . £35.00 Including Postage Package Contents - Assembled & programmed module inside 3d printed case, Comprehensive printed full colour instructions, 4x Scotch Lock connectors (in case you break some!). You will be required to disassemble your stereo following the instructions provided, solder on 3 wires and use the included Scotch Lock connector for 2 others. Total install time is somewhere around 60-90 mins from end to end. If you read Husky’s guide on the Aux-In mod, this is as easy/hard as that, so make your own mind up if this way is suitable for you. The unit has some pretty cool features such as; Compatible With OEM Bluetooth System - If you have the OEM Bluetooth module in your Z, this will still work as expected. Your phone calls will still be answerable on your steering wheel controls and work as normal, only music audio will still stream to this new module, you just pair your phone with the 2 things and all is good. Music audio (for clarity) is anything aside from phone calls, such as YouTube, Spotify, in-built MP3 player etc. Compatible With Aux-In Hack - If you already have done the Aux hack, this is compatible, both hacks work together. You should really only use 1 input at a time of course unless you enjoy hearing two audio streams at the same time, but it gives you flexibility to choose which one you want to use. If you don’t have a 3.5mm jack on your phone, great use the Bluetooth. If your friend wants to play music and they do, hand them the Aux lead! Quick Pairing - The module doesn’t have silly Bluetooth PIN or anything, these are always ridiculous like 1111 or 1234 anyway so what’s the point! When you first receive the module, it will be in pairing mode. You just find the device on your phone, tap on it and, you’re paired! If you want to let your friend stream to it or if you have another device, you just disconnect or turn off your Bluetooth on the first device and it will go back to pairing mode (mode changes are signified by beeps, so you know it’s worked). As a bonus, from ignition on in the car, if your phone is already paired to the module you will be connected and ready to stream in 4 seconds . Free Custom Display Name - When you search for a Bluetooth device, your phone will show the name of discovered devices. This module will be called “350z Bluetooth Audio” in the devices list. If you don’t tell me you want a custom name, this is what it will be called. However, I’m able to custom set a name for you, just make sure you mention this at the time of purchase, it’s not something that can be changed remotely at a later date but is a cool little personalisation you can make If you’re interested, either reply to the topic or send me a PM. Please mention whether you want a custom name (if you don’t, it will show up as 350z Bluetooth Audio) I now sell these directly through my website, link below! https://www.cs2000-z-tech.co.uk/collections/350z-compatible-modules/products/350z-bose-bluetooth-upgrade-kit Edited March 14, 2022 by cs2000 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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