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Hello all,

I recently purchased a Belkin bluetooth adapter, I want to be able to play music from my phone without needing to plug in the AUX cable to the phone.

I got the kit, and tested it out. It works great plugged into the existing dash AUX port and the center console cigarette lighter. The downside is that there are wires everywhere.

I want to hide all the wires inside the console which should not be too bad. The second part of what I want to do is to connect in the electrical to the inside so that it is out of sight. That would mean soldering the cigarette adapter in to the electrical system. And also soldering or connecting the audio cable from the bluetooth adapter to the internals of the AUX line. Any ideas or suggestions?

-Is there a kit I can use to split the AUX line internally so that I don't need to solder the tiny wires together?
-Any other thoughts?
-This is the kit that I bought -



Thanks,
-Michael
 

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i bought a bluetooth kit that can play music from your ipod, phone or any bluetooth capable device , through your car speakers. i use it for the phone, not really for the music, but ive heard as long as you have the right FM station tuned to the device, its pretty clear. the phone is crystal clear for all i know. its not as user friendly, but thats another story

as for your music needs, check it out. GoGroove flex smart. just one stiff-neck wire, connects to your adapter, no aux input needed-- it can be added, which would only make the quality better, according to them.

Amazon.com: GOgroove FlexSMART X2 ADVANCED Wireless In-Car Bluetooth FM Transmitter with Charging, Music Control and Hands-Free Calling for ANDROID, iPhone, Blackberry and Windows Smartphones: Electronics
 
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