Bluetooth kit required for Swift
Posted 03 January 2011 - 01:06 AM
She wants to get a Bluetooth kit & iPod kit.
I have looked into both.
I have 2 options for bluetooth-
This genuine kit, which I am pretty sure will work http://cgi.ebay.com....e=STRK:MEWAX:IT
Or a Parrot CK3100 kit.
I would prefer the Parrot CK3100 kit because it has the screen to make calls with etc. I am not sure how it will wire in though.
As for iPod, I think I will buy the EA1251 Clarion iPod interface http://www.ryda.com....ce-p/ea1251.htm.
I considered buying a new unit, that has both built in, but would loose steering wheel conrols & the "origininalism" of the car.
Just wondering if anybody on here has had any experiences with: The genuine bluetooth kit, CK3100, or EA1251 iPod interface.
Would also be great if someone has had experience with adding an aftermarket bluetooth kit to a Swift. I would like to use adaptor harnesses so I dont have to cut into factory harness.
Thanks in advance.
Posted 25 January 2011 - 11:16 PM
The best Suzuki Bluetooth kit around has to be a integrated solution using the current vehicle features.
As such a switch replacement product is what I would recommend. It looks factory, but has many more features compared to the factory solution.
The specific's of the product is:
‐ OEM design switch replaces factory switch blank
‐ Simple three button operation allows: Redial, Volume Control, Voice Dial, Private Call
‐ Simple easy installation with Plug‐plug loom
‐ Integrated into audio system of vehicle
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