03-14-2007, 07:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Splkia
I'm an Install Supervisor for A&B Sound In Calgary, While working on my own vehicle I decided to experiment a bit with the auxillary input on my aftermarket CD/MP3 Deck.
My phone at the time was an LG500, with no bluetooth, but I had the wired headset which was a pain to use. I should mention that my vehicle is a standard, and I get alot of calls when i'm driving.
So what I did was cut the headphones off and soldered a set of rca's on to the jack after the mic part. now all I had to do was plug it in to my Aux input off my deck. When a call came in I'd switch the source to auxillary and I could hear the caller on all my speakers and they could hear me clear as day. When I upgraded to the pearl I guess I lucked out cause it worked flawlessly with it aswell. Also as an added bonus it was also easier to stack my phone up with mp3's and listen to that through my system than carry a bunch of cd's. if any one is interested i will post a tutorial.