How Do I Add Bluetooth® in my Car?
If you’ve just purchased a new vehicle and are wondering how you can add Bluetooth® connectivity to your car, this guide is here to help. We at Peppers Automotive have put together this guide to help you add Bluetooth® technology to your vehicle to help bring entertainment into your car.
Using a Bluetooth® receiver is one of the easiest ways to stream audio via Bluetooth® in your vehicle. The receiver plugs into your vehicle’s auxiliary input and can be battery-powered, USB-powered, or 12V-powered, giving you an option no matter what your vehicle’s set-up may be.
FM transmitters are a great option for drivers with vehicles that do not have an auxiliary input. These transmitters plug into your vehicle’s 12V socket and pair to your smartphone using Bluetooth® to then broadcast your smartphone’s audio over an open radio frequency. Transmitters don’t add much clutter to your vehicle and sometimes have USB ports built in for charging electronics.
Aftermarket Audio Unit
The most expensive option to get Bluetooth® capability in your vehicle would be to replace the audio system with an aftermarket audio unit. This is a good option for drivers looking to get the most functionality out of their audio system and there is a wide variety of options available on the market. Drivers can find a system that matches their vehicle’s color and design closely or they can embrace the aftermarket look and go with a system that may not blend in well but will offer the most functionality.
Drivers can add Bluetooth® to their vehicles a number of different ways, including using a Bluetooth® receiver, FM transmitter, or aftermarket audio unit. Use this guide to find out how you can add Bluetooth® to your vehicle from the Peppers Automotive inventory.