Connecting my Android phone to my car stereo

BlueGate Bluetooth Receiver & Adapter with A2DP Wireless Technology for Portable Speakers , Headphones , Home and Car Stereo Music Systems - by GOgroove Audio

I have a 3-year-old Kenwood receiver in my car that has iPod support, but no way (I thought) to connect my Android phone. I read something somewhere a few weeks ago about Bluetooth receivers and went to Amazon to check them out.

I wound up buying this GOGroove BlueGate receiver – it’s tiny, only about 1/4″ thick and less than 2″ long. It plugs into the AUX jack on the front (thankfully) of my stereo; then I turn on Bluetooth on my phone and pair the devices and suddenly I can listen to the¬†ShopTalk and The Instance podcasts¬†in the car. Excellent. And cheap, too, it was about $30 at Amazon last week.


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