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I have a problem with my bluetooth connection on my car head unit. It has a facility where you can pair up your phone and answer calls from an external mic. The problem is i am using a Samsung D 820 phone, which pairs up sucessfully, and is supposed to connect to the headunit whenever you turn on the radio, which it does, but soon disconnects for no apparent reason. I have tried pairing up the phone several times, but the fault persists.
If you however pair up the phone, it remains connected until you turn off the radio.

Any suggestions?

Thanking you

George Ainscough
ainsco@mweb.co.za

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SOURCE: Clarion DRX9375r AM/Fm/CD Headunit optical output question.

I have the same HU and the same processor as you. First I only used the chinch cables to the processor, and from the changer.

The improvements you make; your headunit DAC and your chancher DAC wil not be used anymore. The differens; normal with a cd you convert a digitalsignal into analoge, in the HU or changer, and then you make it digital again in the processor, en put the signal analoge into your amp.

The advantage is; the processor uses the famous Burr Brown DACs and that is know by its good sound processing.

cheers mate

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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SOURCE: bLUETOOTH PAIRING

I could send you an e-mail with pics from the manual, but I don't have your e-mail address. I'll explain how you get the instructions: Go to www.sony.com, highlight "Service and Support" at the top of the screen. Then, scroll down to "Electronics" and scroll over to "Product Support" (click on that). On the next page, you will enter the model number under where it says "Go directly to your Model Home" and click "continue" (when done entering the model number). On the next page, you'll be able to download manuals, specs or whatever you may need. Hope this helps...

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SOURCE: Unit is Sony Xplod MEX-BT2800, connects just fine,

having same problem did you fix this ??? :-)

Posted on May 21, 2010

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SOURCE: i have having trouble connecting

Kd-bt1 sucks You can pair 20 times the you need at new reciver. it can not keep the pairing in the system.. there are no solution on this problem...says JVC....

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