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Old March 2nd, 2011, 04:14 PM   #43 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by qoncept View Post
And finally, I'd considered making an app that spoofs an iPod, since my HU has iPod controls, but that's more work than it's worth when the Android music player's controls are just as good.
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That should work with any phone with A2DP functionality, and it should allow use of your ipod controls on your HU through the bluetooth AVRCP profile.

As for quality, from what I've used personally, BT audio can sound pretty good IF the BT reciever can handle the higher quality codecs (i.e MP4, AAC...).

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I think the biggest limitation is bandwidth, since the max throughput of BT 2.0 is 1.4 Mb/s. Unfortunately, it looks like that BT reciever only handles "SBC & MP3 codec".

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