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Okay here goes.....can I get some kind of bluetooth via the jack socket on my 2010 Captiva LTX or am I being Blonde again!!!!
 

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Not the way you are trying to do it.





You can buy portable Bluetooth hands free devices which transmit on a FM frequency which you tune your radio in to, so the phone works through the radio speakers.
 

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FM transmitters bit old fashioned, what you want is ...

HTC Car StereoClip Audio Bridge CAR A100 - Bluetooth wireless audio receiver
 

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jester said:
FM transmitters bit old fashioned, what you want is ...

HTC Car StereoClip Audio Bridge CAR A100 - Bluetooth wireless audio receiver
£49.99 at Expansys.

Does the 2010 Captiva LTX have an AUX-in socket ??


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CBers said:
jester said:
FM transmitters bit old fashioned, what you want is ...

HTC Car StereoClip Audio Bridge CAR A100 - Bluetooth wireless audio receiver
£49.99 at Expansys.

Does the 2010 Captiva LTX have an AUX-in socket ??

It does.
 

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jester said:
FM transmitters bit old fashioned, what you want is ...HTC Car StereoClip Audio Bridge CAR A100 - Bluetooth wireless audio receiver


































Uh!!!














I believe these dongles are only good for transmitting music from the phones player to the car stereo not phone calls.














That will be good as the Captiva radio isnt Bluetooth compatible, well my model isnt.





























You have phone connected to handfree device via bluetooth, the handsfree device transmitting FM that can be picked up by radio.








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I did mistakenly suggest that model, which I have now had a quick look at and it does not appear to support calls. But there plenty of similar devices out there that do.

Scosche BTAXS motorMOUTH maybe and I know Belkin make something that does the job.

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I have had a Parrot fitted to my Captiva. Works a treat. Cables to connect to the phone are hidden in the glove compartment if you want to listen to the music stored on the phone. Or phone connects via bluetooth which is very handy as it connects automatically when you enter the car and start up. Best bit of auxiliary equipment I have bought
 
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