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Hi Guys,

Just wondering if anyone on the forum has a Denison or M0bridge setup on their PCM. I own a 2008 Cayenne S & I am looking (mainly) to have bluetooth cell phone & AUX capabilities. Not sure if you would recommend one over the other or if there is anything I should be looking for? Any info would be greatly appreciated.


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FWIW, I personally installed the Dension Gateway 500S BT and have been very satisfied with it.  Using an iPod to instead of the factory CD changer is easily accomplished with the Dension unit, and the BT has worked flawlessly as well.  I don't have any experience with other brands.

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Hi I just purchased a 2006 cayenne turbo and it has a factory fired AUX and iPod fm link. It installed under the lower center armrest tray. The previous owner then ran a AUX cable up to the windscreen mount.....that was the ugly part I had to change. So I startled searching online and found this nice option but as I already have the AUX kit, I then thought about the BT link to remove the need for the cable.....my simple solution was to use my very old i-tech clip that has a 3.5mm Jack out. I plugged in the cable and note have BT link from my phone.

Check out this kit though as it is cheaper than the interface kits. On my 997.1 I installed a Viseeo kit that works ok but more involved.


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The gateway 500 works well, and installed fast in the 04 ctt.  My only complaints are that it doesn't show track information on the head unit or instrument cluster, and it won't go back to the previous track.  I think they might broth be fixed with a firmware update.

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