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Playing music in car?

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By kash1f, Junior Member on 28th July 2012, 08:36 AM
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5th February 2013, 04:38 AM |#11  
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Re: Playing music in car?
I think it's because bt audio only streams at 96 kbs.

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7th February 2013, 12:00 PM |#12  
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I don't know why you're having problems, but my bluetooth audio sounds heavenly using the gateway that I referenced in my earlier post.

And by the way, this 2003 spec sheet lists a top bit rate of 345 kb/s on Bluetooth 1.0. I don't know where you got your number.
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BT streaming is worse than wired because you've got your phone/player transceiver encoding, and then the external receiver decoding your music. You can have all the bandwidth in the world but you'd still be limited by the quality of your transmitting and receiving hardware's digital audio capabilities.
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I have one of these, it works very well. I've used FM tuners before and they all come in static-y. This one comes in perfectly, can charge your phone, has audio IN, and can be used as a hands free phone. Pretty nifty.

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