Monthly Archives: June 2013
GROM Audio releases GROM-BT3 system that provides Bluetooth wireless media streaming and hands-free communication technology for factory car stereos.
GROM-BT3 provides Bluetooth functionality to the factory car stereos that are not equipped with the OEM Bluetooth systems. Connected directly to the factory stereos, the kit makes Bluetooth fully integrated to the excisting car stereo system. GROM-BT3 allows for in-car Bluetooth hands free calls (HFP), wireless audio streaming from the phone to the factory car stereo (A2DP), and audio remote control from car stereo buttons (AVRCP).
The system comes with additional features such as AUX-in 3.5mm audio, and direct connection to iPod, iPhone, and iPad.
"GROM-BT3 can help drivers safety on the road through the hands-free calling feature. Having a hands-free Bluetooth kit gives more security when using your mobile devices while on the go,"-the company source.
The GROM-BT3 can be controlled via steering wheel or radio buttons and users can connect any mobile devices to the car stereo through wires or wirelessly.
The module will automatically set the right channel to play on most connected devices. The media streaming options include many mobile applications, including Pandora, YouTube, Tune-In. The interface offers additional features such as in-car voice operated turn-by-turn GPS navigation. The voice can be played through the car stereo system over Bluetooth wireless connection, or wired auxiliary connection.
The GROM-BT3 has a built-in Bluetooth receiver, and comes with a microphone for full integration in the car. It also includes car specific data harness to connect to the extension port of the factory car stereo.