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    This is my experience, YMMV.

    I ordered the Pioneer FH-P8000BT and installed it (myself).

    The bluetooth handsfree works great with phone calls.

    Using Softick's Audio Gateway, the 680 streams stereo audio perfectly.

    Except: You can't do both. If you're using using the handsfree for phone calls and switch to streaming music from pTunes, the Pioneer losses it's little brains and you can't switch back - you have to delete the t680 from the Pioneer and reconnect. EVERY TIME. My solution is to leave it working as a phone, and use the AUX input cable to the Pioneer for podcasts/music. Solves my issues.

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    interesting.

    So what if you wanted to stream music via SAG and answer the phone from the phone itself?

    How would Pioneer/SAG handle that?
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    That would work. One way or the other. In my state, they've passed a "you must use handsfree device while driving" law, so that made it kind of easy to decide.
    "There is always choice.
    We say there is no choice only
    to comfort ourselves with
    the decision we have already made."
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    Do you have a subwoofer? I connected my phone to my Alpine via AUX cable and I get hardly any bass. With my Creative mp3 player it works fine.
    Last edited by Doom878; 09/12/2008 at 03:03 PM.

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