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You actually have to purchase the bluetooth module seperate, its just a box that clips to you're visor and has a microphone and a connect button on it. It has one cable which is ran to the back of your stereo. The one made for the uv10 is called the btm10. However I have found that the btm15 works much better and has 2 microphones in it (one for calling and one for voice searching). You can find these on amazon and also jensen.com the price range runs from $40.00-$80.00......... Hope this helps you out...
The newer generation iPods don't always work with the iPod connection kits in a lot of the car stereos. Some of the problem is due to the fact that the new generation iPods have been changed and the stereos were manufactured before the players were released so they are not compatible. I bought my girlfriend a Pioneer car stereo with an iPod control cable, and it works fine with her Nano (not the new generation Nano) and it works with my iPod Photo 60 GB but it does not work with my iPhone 2G and I read that it is not compatible with the new Nanos or the Classics. Check with Jensen to see if the model you have is compatible with the Classic and see if there is a solution to the issue. It may not be compatible with the new video portion of the Classic firmware.