Getting music to your car audio system is getting easier every day. Toyota has been introducing the ability to stream Bluetooth from an audio device like an Apple iPod or cell phone directly to the car stereo. With the new Apple iPhone 3.0 software you can now use an iPhone to stream Bluetooth music to your Toyota!
From the video you can see the process is actually pretty smooth. By streaming music via Bluetooth it frees up your new Toyota from the clutter of unnecessary wires, keeping your new Toyota looking great!
Of course, along with the streaming Bluetooth audio, you are also able to use Bluetooth for hands-free operation. With newer Toyota’s there is an option for a Toyota post-production option for Bluetooth. So even if you don’t have a factory radio or navigation system with Bluetooth built in, you are still able to get it installed.
What is Bluetooth?
Bluetooth is wireless technology that enables connectivity between two or more devices (for example, cell phone and vehicle). This is accomplished by utilizing a 2.4-GHz radio spectrum that has a range of about 10 meters. Bluetooth allows you to use your compatible cell phones hands-free in the vehicle and some will allow you to play music through your phone. Pairing allows a phone to be connected to the vehicle. Bear in mind that not all Bluetooth handsets will offer the same level of functionality within Bluetooth-equipped Toyota vehicles because of variations among handsets and technology.
[info_box]Videos to help you:
How to set up Bluetooth on Toyotas with a Navigation System