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Bluetooth capabilities Starting 7/1/08, there is a new law going into effect in the area where I live regarding cell phone usage while driving. What do I need to do to use the bluetooth feature on my cell phone with this deck? Please adivse. Thank you for your assistance.

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How do i get code for bluetooth


First make sure that Bluetooth is on on the CDE-143BT. Press and hold Audio/Setup (below and to the right side of the rotary encoder dial until you enter the Setup mode. Use the rotary dial to get to Bluetooth. Press the Search/Enter button (the center of the rotary dial). Then use the rotary encoder to go through the Bluetooth Settings menu. Press Search/Enter to toggle the current value. After Bluetooth is on, go to Visi M setting and make sure that it is on. Now, you need to go to the Bluetooth settings area of your cell phone when it is within range of the receiver. Tell it to pair with the receiver. Then when it asks for the code enter "0000". This code is hard encoded into the unit. See page 23 of the manual for the CDE-143BT for the code. The manual is available here: http://vault.alpine-usa.com/products/documents/OM_UTE-42BT_CDE-SXM145BT_CDE-143BT_EN.pdf . Surrounding pages show setting the other Bluetooth settings.

Note: the receiver will be acting like a Bluetooth headset. That's why you need to enter the receiver's PIN on the phone.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Oct 10, 2014 | Alpine CDE-143BT Advanced Bluetooth CD...

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I can't find the codes for bluetooth pairing.


Normally, the 'factory default' paring code for a new bluetooth device is - 0000. Try this first.

If 0000 doesn't work, then try resetting the cd player back to factory settings (contact the manufacturer for further assistance).

Nov 28, 2011 | Car Audio Receivers

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My wife and I have identical Samsung GT S5230 phones. Both will pair with my Kia Ceed bluetooth. The head unit will accept 5 devices but both will not connect with the unit at the same time meaning we...


the issue with Bluetooth connections is that with two headsets and two phones, you have to have your firmware set up to handle ONLY ONE set per phone. This means that if you set it to ONLY accept YOUR headset on your phone, it should work regardless of any other Bluetooth capable devices in range. If there are two possible devices in range and the phone is set to accept either one, it does not know where to send the signal -- and as a security feature, it turns the Bluetooth off so in a crowd no one can use your phone, or listen in on your conversations.
Setting your Bluetooth to accept only one device (being your headset) should allow you to work in the car next to your wife, but will also limit you on which headset you can use -- if you accidentally grab your wife's headset as you are out the door on your way to work, it will not function until you open the channel again. I am not even sure if every Bluetooth capable phone has a function to limit their connectivity, but if this issue is bothering you a lot it might be worth a look in your Bluetooth settings).
Just as a test, and because it sparked my curiosity, I recommend trying this:
Be out of range for your wife's headset and make a phone call on your headset to someone who is willing to hold on the line while you do this. Then, while you are connected with your Bluetooth to your friend, sit in your car with your wife and her phone and Bluetooth. The connection to the headset on your phone should be locked in place from the beginning of the phone call, and so it should not cut out when your wife's Bluetooth headset comes into range of your phone. While this conversation with your friend is still going on on your headset, have your wife make a call on her headset if she can. Because there is only one Bluetooth device available (since yours is in use) she should be able to make the connection with her phone, in spite of it being in proximity to yours. Finally ... hang up your phone, and have your wife do the same. With both phones inactive, try placing a call from the Bluetooth on one of the phones -- the system may set your headset as the default device for your phone, and your wife's would do the same, and the issue should be rectified.
I make no guarantees that this will work ... I am not all that familiar with the complexities of the Bluetooth wireless system and whether or not you can set the system this way, but it is worth a shot. The system may be designed to prevent this type of back door approach, but it would seem reasonable that it could work. Best of luck to you!

May 26, 2011 | Car Audio Receivers

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CAN I HOOK UP MY CELL PHONE TO THE RADIO? JVC


unfortunately this model dosnt come with bluetooth capability, you can only plug in your mps/ipod etc.

Mar 17, 2010 | JVC KD-G140 Car CD Player

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Thx for advice but i can pair my phone with the car but i cant manage to pair my contacts from phone to the car there is not bluetooth options in iphone...


I found this welcome surprise after the 3.0 iPhone software upgrade a couple months ago...

Problem: I had too many contacts on my iPhone syncing with my car making it tough to scroll to my desired contact.

SOLUTION: Setup a 'GROUP' in your iPhone's Contacts which lists only those people you want to have available while in your car; Next, goto Settings, General, Bluetooth, MB Phonesystem (or your Bluetooth name) and choose the GROUP you want synced.

The new setting will take effect the next time you sync with your car (you might have to restart bluetooth on your iPhone to make the selection stick).

Hope helps.

Jan 28, 2010 | Car Audio Receivers

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Tring to install blutooth to my xdma7715 dual cd player


The Dual XDMA7715 unit does require a separate module called the Dual BTM60, as technically the XDMA7715 is a "Bluetooth Ready" cd player.

Assuming you have bought this module, the next thing you need to do is 'Pair it" with your mobile device, which I will assume is your cell phone. This keeps it from connecting with other people's cell phones as they drive by your car.

Before you begin, you need to prepare your phone for paring. Check your cell phone's users manual if these instructions don't apply, but generally this means you find the Bluetooth menu on your phone, turn bluetooth on, and make the phone 'visible' which means your stereo will be able to see it in order to pair up with it. Usually, turning visibility on only lasts for about 30 seconds, so you may have to try this more than once to get the timing done right. Once paired, you won't need to turn the phones visibility on again until the next time you pair a device.

Now that your cell phone is ready to pair with the stereo,

1) Press the Phone symbol on the cd player or the BTM60, pr press MODE until 'DUAL_BTM60" is displayed.

2) Press and hold the phone symbol on the cd player or the BTM60 for 5 seconds, until "PAIRING" is displayed. The Bluetooth icon will flash every second. The Cd player will broadcast its "availability" for 60 seconds.

3) Complete the pairing from the Bluetooth menu of your cellphone by selecting "Search for new devices". When they find each other, the Bluetooth icon will illuminate solid, and your phone will say it has found device "DUAL_BTM60", and ask you for a password to pair it.

The BTM60 device name is "DUAL_BTM60".
The password you enter into your phone to accept the pairing is "1234"

Now that the devices are paired, you should be able to make calls handsfree, and play music stored on your phone.

I hope that helps.

Nov 24, 2009 | Dual Car Audio Receivers

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I cannot seem to connect my phone to the bluetooth feature. Yes, my phone is bluetooth capable.


Hello mystcbsct,

I'm assuming that you have the BCE-400 optional Bluetooth adapter or similar third-party adapter installed.

The initial setting is BT OFF. Go into setup by pressing F/SETUP for at least 2 seconds to activate setup mode. Use the volume control (called rotary encoder in the manual) to select BLUETOOTH IN and press ENT. Press and hold F/SETUP again to exit setup mode.

Hope this helps.

Oct 19, 2009 | Alpine CDA-9884 Car CD/ MP3 Player

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Hooking up alpine hd radio unit, bt-400, which one do i hook ipod to


Niether .... do you know what you have in hand? Both those extras costed someone some cash ... OK here it is: the CDA-9884 has a dedicated input for ipod (a KCE-422i cable is needed and comes with the new CDA-9884 in the box) ... The HD radio unit allows you to recieve new HD radio signals (digital radio, and stations that have it in your area may also have extra music streams like HD TV does). The bt-400 is a bluetooth adapter to use bluetooth enabled devices with such as a cell phone. If your ipod has bluetooth you could used the bt adapter but I suggest the KCE-422i cable instead, and check out the HD radio too, it's pretty cool.

Apr 17, 2009 | Alpine CDA-9884 Car CD/ MP3 Player

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Jvc kds 24 car stereo


i have the same model and yes our radio doesnt support the bluetooth feature they did exactly as you assumed they used the same face for the model that supports that bluetooth feature.it is not even bluetooth capable which is unfortunate...if your wanting a radio/head unit what ever you want to call it i useful tip is to make sure it has the bluetooth written on the face such as this....

http://www.crutchfield.com/App/Product/Item/Photos/Default.aspx?i=158MEXBT27&g=300

keep in mind thats not always the case but in most cases it means it has built in bluetooth...but it might just mean it is "BLUETOOTH CAPABLE" meaning you can buy an adapter to make it work. just be sure to ask if it has built in blutooth. most higher end models have built in bluetooth.

Dec 11, 2008 | Car Audio Receivers

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