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Pimp Your Car's Stereo. Adding Bluetooth to Your Head-unit. ($2,- Project)
Nice project. But do you have a picture of how the LED's are placed? It's not clear to me now. I'm working on something similar. still awaiting parts. I will share the 'ible here when i'm done.
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You can buy a bluetooth OBD2 interface for around $4,- on Ebay. search for ELM 327. Works perfectly!
If you have a *really* old head unit - with no Aux input and a "proper" analogue volume knob, that can often be the starting point for feeding a signal
DIY Aux Input for Stock Car Head Unit
Good luck with that. I'm interested in your result. Please leave a message if things worked out as planned. :)
FM transmitter is ok, but the sound quality is not all that.
FM transmitter that plugs into the cigarette adapter that has Bluetooth capabilities - lll NICK lll
Very cool. Thinking of doing it to a head unit I bought. Had to choose between some different features.Bluetooth had to be left out. Only thing I regretted. But now it seems a lot more doable! - hjartland
Search "ls1tech aux input". Go to the first page of the thread. I am going to assume you're up to speed with any of this since you're on Instructables. This is tapping into a line-level (?) audio signal. If you have a factory satellite receiver, you should also be able to similarly tap/break into its audio wires; right outside the radio even.Now that you can follow the tapping, I'll suggest a solution to your question specifically. You can get a 12V AUDIO Bluetooth board by Sure on a place named Parts Express. Get your switched voltage, ground and do the tap/break with a double pole-double throw switch instead. You should now have what you're looking for.I have been checking into this for a similar reason (integrated information center display) for someone else. I have not done it yet, but am very sure this will work. If not, there would only be a small manipulation to make it work. These are this decade's most useful hack, IMO, LOL. Good luck.
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Love the idea. I am tempted to brainstorm about a solution that does not need tubes at all. :)
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That's some dedication! If i would build my kids one, it will be a lot smaller since my house isn't big enough for this beauty.Who knows. :)
My wife told me if I would run out of inspiration to build a similar house for my two kids.This one is amazing! Full of inspiration. So if I would ever have too much time on my hands...
I'm sure you'll find a way in the end. Never stop fiddling around. :)
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