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Hello! I want calls to go through car's stereo. THe car has stock 2005 RAV4 unit with tape adapter and FM. No AUX or bluetooth. Looking either for a unit
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    Default Good solution for handsfree calling in a car from Iphone 2G?
    Hello!
    I want calls to go through car's stereo. THe car has stock 2005 RAV4 unit with tape adapter and FM. No AUX or bluetooth.
    Looking either for a unit like motorokr t505 (but with good integration with Iphone 2g, I read t505 has issues when answering calls from people in the phonebook) or to replace car stereo head unit for under $250. Good call quality is a must.
    Thanks!
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    Sony Xplod Bluetooth Audio System (model number MEX-BT5700U)Bluetooth capable and has a usb port to connect and play your music.
    It costs around $299 new but you could get one off of amazon or eBay. And your gonna of course need a bluetooth headset

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    Try FM Transmitter, though hard these days to get a perfect working FM transmitter because of cheap noisy fakes in the market

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    You would definitely be better off with an iPhone-specific FM transmitter.It connects to the Dock Connector on the iPhone, and most of them charge the iPhone while they are at it and eliminate possible RF interference from the cellular antennae.

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