HTC Bluetooth Music Adaptor introduces your car to wireless music, now available
The nifty little gadget supports the standard A2DP profile, and it's also got the CSR aptX codec, so music quality should be pretty solid. Of course, you’ll have to charge it every once in a while and Sprint says it hits 5 hours of play time and 120 hours of standby time.
The HTC Bluetooth Music Adaptor is a fancy way of being wireless, but if you don’t want to waste the money, you can always just simply plug your phone into your audio system for some good old fashioned music streaming, right?
source: Sprint via Android Central
2. Synack (Posts: 658; Member since: 05 Jul 2011)
This would be perfect for my car. I HATE WIRES.
3. speckledapple (Posts: 877; Member since: 29 Sep 2011)
An offering from a company that would somehow replace what people already use? At some point you just gotta focus and this is not it.
4. DigitalMD (Posts: 226; Member since: 17 Feb 2010)
or, you could buy this TaoTronics TT-BA01 Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Audio Dongle for $20
5. -box- (Posts: 3706; Member since: 04 Jan 2012)
I like how Nokia does it, they have a built-in FM radio broadcaster on a lot of their nicer models. No extra parts, no wires, and can use the in-car controls for volume and such. Only issue is the quality of the sound (it's FM radio, after all), but if you're in car, it's noisy anyway, so sound quality isn't super huge
6. lsutigers (Posts: 694; Member since: 08 Mar 2009)
HUGE difference in sound quality between Bluetooth and FM modulator. I had Sirius XM through FM modulation a few years ago in my car and the quality was crappy. My new truck has factory A2DP Bluetooth built-in and it sounds crystal clear.