Difference in Bluetooth ??


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I had seen a couple of model in Kenwood and some in Alpine.

Some of model mention them as "Built-in Parrot Bluetooth" and others as "Bluetooth Ready" are both one and same ?? What is the difference ?? Is there any change in feature ??
 
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As Far as I have seen,

Builtin Parrot Bluetooth means you need not buy any external equipments for A2DP Music & Call handling.

But for Bluetooth ready, you have to buy external accessories to use it.
 
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Hey thanks Zinam, as you said.

and also what I heard from one of the other forum member is that:

A HU with Built-in Parrot Bluetooth can be used to connect to your phone right away. However, the one which is Bluetooth Ready needs a separate BT adapter (accessory) to be attached before you can use the phone with the HU.
 
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Yes. You dont need to buy anything for Parrot Bluetooth HUs. Just search your device & play music & handle calls.
 
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Well thats news for me too , thanks for the info Zinam!

And now i don know whether its the right place to post it here but still.


These cars which comes with Bluetooth enabled Hu'S factory fitted , do they also need any other accessory to use it?
 
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My zen has Mex BT-2500.
Which has Bluetooth inbuilt.
It pairs with any bluetooth device, With A2DP music streaming & playback.
With call receiving facility.
 

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To make it more simple by the look of it.

The inbuilt Bluetooth headunits which are also known as "Built-in Parrot Bluetooth" will have them "BLUETOOTH" trademark symbol on them like mentioned in the red box in the pictures attached.


Shot at 2010-10-03


Shot at 2010-10-03

These don't need any external equipments to connect to Bluetooth, rather pair it and start to use it directly.

Thanks
Sudhan
 
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Hmmm thanks Honda Machine but these are after-market HU'S but my doubt was with the factory fitted HU'S.
 
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