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Old 11-06-2021, 09:38 AM   #31
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Default Re: Aux Audio Input Kit Suit Ford

Matt’s Audio
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WE WILL CONTINUE TO MAKE BLUETOOTH KITS
We’ve spent the past week testing trialing & researching..
we’ve found a new way to make our looms even better again, and help fix fords factory wiring issues..
We’ve incorporated ground loop isolators into the kit & recevied amazing feedback from the testers we sent them to..
With the recent problem we encountered with a supplier, we decided to change suppliers & change the kits.. and those people who recently had been contacted, have had their kits replaced with these new units..
What I’m trying to say is….
WE WILL CONTINUE TO MAKE BLUETOOTH KITS..
We are contacting suppliers for the necessary parts we require to build these new version on a larger scale, so there may be a slight time delay on getting them out but we will put peoples name down
Just incase us..
Kits will continue to stay at the $100 price tag..
We really appreciate all the amazing people who’ve been there to help us lately & those of you who continuously pushed us to not give up & move forward.. thank you so much..
All kits will be tested prior to leaving
So this may result in slight delay in manufacturing
But we want to ensure each kit leaves tested
And packaged neatly..
For anyone wanting to order one
Please inbox me & well pop your name down in our waiting list & contact you ASAP once kits are ready for sale..
Thanks heaps
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Old 12-06-2021, 08:54 PM   #32
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Default Re: Aux Audio Input Kit Suit Ford

Good Thread.

I've had a handsfree bluetooth in my Terri since I bought it. I don't know if it's factory and/or genuine, but it works great. It identifies as Ford BT, so I assume it's some type of genuine or bespoke.
It is however only Mono, and it is limited to phone calls for the most part. (There is an app that allows the phone to send other audio, but it's hit & miss, is only mono, and everything has to be done from the phone.

I am currently looking at a couple of cheapo kits, to do the following:
  1. El-Cheapo upgrade to a Sony stereo in a Nissan Pulsar
  2. Adding handsfree & bluetooth audio to the XR4
  3. adding more functionality to the TTG, possibly in advance of a stereo upgrade.
  4. Replace the inbuilt phone in the Saab

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/353117174596

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/272988541050
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