Question about Kenwood DNX7100 Car Video Player
First of all do you have a bluetooth kit for your head unit? if so ensure it is plugged in correctly. if it is, then you need to activate bluetooth on your phone and make it visible to other devices, once this is done search from the phone for the bluetooth on the head unit. It should read BT100 or similar. Once it has found it all you need to do is pair them normally using the code 1234.
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Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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The entire devinces of hardware have to be installed to attain power functionality before bluetooth is attainable. First, install new stereo into the socket area with appropiate wiring links attacked to power cuicuits. Second, install the woofers speakers into places firmly attaching to copartments. Connecting links to the stereo that would be produce media with woofer into speakers. Third, once the stereo devices are connected ready to produce the first audio effects, bluetooth is capable of beign set with the features on the stereso.
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