Lexus Wireless Music Streaming using Bluetooth A2DP

Integrated A2DP wireless music streaming on my Lexus IS250. This allows me to wirelessly stream stereo audio to the car audio system. (Create and play custom playlists and audio from the web) This setup is possible on any car that has auxiliary input. The setup consists of a Blackberry Bluetooth Music Gateway device that resides in the central armrest. It is connected via a 3.5mm stereo jack to the auxiliary port and a blackberry mini car charger. This is paired to your mobile phone. Once the initial pairing is complete, the device will then auto-connect with the phone every time the car is turned on. You can stream music wirelessly by selecting the AUX source on you car stereo. If you have bluetooth telephone in your car, then this will not be effected. Both will work together You can now enjoy wireless audio streaming in your car. For more information, please visit my blog:

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