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Dash board microphone

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I want to install a headset cable so that I can plug it into my cell phone and have the speaker output go through the stereo (I hate those little headsets). I would also like to use the built in dash mic for input. Does the in-dash microphone actually do anything or can it be used for something else? Any one have any wiring diagrams of it?


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One of my friend has a Bue Tooth link to his sound system in his BMW. When his phone is within range of the car, the car sound system is used as a headset. The nice thing about that is you do not have to plug anything. you can even leave you mobile in your suit case in the trunk and it will still work (the car and the phone reconize eachother and link up automatically). He can even originate call. He presses a buton on his wheel and the sound system dial a phone number (voice activated) Very cool toy.

II do not know if it is available as a 3rd part now, but I'm sure it will come soon as a feature on car radio/cd player (BMW buys that from a someone...).


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