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Peter Mount
10th October 2008, 04:30 PM
Hi

Does anybody know if the Sudio Halo Bluetooth Handsfree Carkit (http://www.crazyjohns.com.au/products/mobilephoneaccessories/accessorycategory/accessorydetail.aspx?ID=3308) works OK with the iPhone 3G?

Thanks

matthew858
10th October 2008, 04:43 PM
To my knowledge, currently no handsfree sets work seamlessly with the iPhone. Or an I getting confused with something else?

pb12lover
10th October 2008, 05:55 PM
im using a Venturi Mini Car BT Kit and it works really well. it can download your phonebook, so u can see on the device who is calling and call quality is quite good.
Considering the way it transmits the audio (Uses BT and FM Transmitter) & that i dont have an arial on my car, that should speak wonders!!!!

The website for the product is Venturi (http://www.myventuri.com) and you can buy them from 3 Stores

andrewmizzi
10th October 2008, 06:59 PM
I have a Sony Ericsson unit that I clip to my sunvisor which works perfectly.

iTalk
10th October 2008, 07:01 PM
My Holden's built-in bluetooth speaker/microphone work with no problems with the iPhone :) so I guess everything else would work.

Peter Mount
12th October 2008, 03:26 PM
I wound up ordering the Contour Surface Sound Compact Car Kit (http://store.apple.com/au/product/TR500VC/A?fnode=MTY1NDA1MA&mco=NjUxODQy).

jacke
12th October 2008, 03:42 PM
im using a Venturi Mini Car BT Kit and it works really well. it can download your phonebook, so u can see on the device who is calling and call quality is quite good.
Considering the way it transmits the audio (Uses BT and FM Transmitter) & that i dont have an arial on my car, that should speak wonders!!!!

The website for the product is Venturi (http://www.myventuri.com) and you can buy them from 3 Stores
Does it play your music awell?

Does it lose "reception" when near power lines?
I have tried a few of these devices, mostly the FM transmitters for ipods, but have never found a good one.

It would be awesome to find one that works, especially if it makes your iphone hands free!

Zeke
13th October 2008, 11:02 AM
i0Play (http://www.my-io.com/Products/iOPLAY.aspx)

pb12lover
13th October 2008, 12:01 PM
Does it play your music awell?

Does it lose "reception" when near power lines?
I have tried a few of these devices, mostly the FM transmitters for ipods, but have never found a good one.

It would be awesome to find one that works, especially if it makes your iphone hands free!

It only works for calls, as the iPhone does not allow music streamed via bluetooth. with the reception, like i stated above. my car doesnt really have an antenna for AM/FM radio and it still works well, i have to put the volume up quite a bit but other than that, im happy with my purchase

jacke
13th October 2008, 06:02 PM
i0Play (http://www.my-io.com/Products/iOPLAY.aspx)

Looks good, do you have one, if so, where did you get it and how much?

xwing25
13th October 2008, 06:25 PM
I have a sudio Halo and it works fine.