1. tkuhe's Avatar
    Not sure if this is the right forum, but I have a 920 so I figured I would start here.
    My car does not have built in bluetooth so I am looking into buying the Supertooth HD-Voice for my handsfree calling setup.
    I also have an aux port in the car that I use to listen to podcasts and music through my 920.
    I would like to buy the Nokia cr-200 when it becomes available and then buy a bluetooth adaptor for the aux port.
    My question is can you set bluetooth audio to go to one device and then have bluetooth phone go to another devise or will I have to run a wire from my aux to the phone?
    04-02-2013 01:31 PM
  2. Curtieson's Avatar
    Not sure if this is the right forum, but I have a 920 so I figured I would start here.
    My car does not have built in bluetooth so I am looking into buying the Supertooth HD-Voice for my handsfree calling setup.
    I also have an aux port in the car that I use to listen to podcasts and music through my 920.
    I would like to buy the Nokia cr-200 when it becomes available and then buy a bluetooth adaptor for the aux port.
    My question is can you set bluetooth audio to go to one device and then have bluetooth phone go to another devise or will I have to run a wire from my aux to the phone?
    I think you have the thought of how the BlueTooth works mixed up somehow.

    Your phone will connect to a different piece of equipment via bluetooth, and then THAT piece will plug into the aux port.

    I bought something like this. it is called the XtremeMac InCharge Bluetooth. I just found it on clearance at Kohls for $10, but they are ~$35 on the web.
    :



    Your BlueTooth piece will need to either be charged or plugged in. So for mine, the plug remains in the cig lighter spot and the other plug remains in the Aux port. I get in, push the "connect bluetooth" button on the Xtrememac thing in the picture and press it a second time to begin playing shuffled music.
    04-02-2013 03:27 PM
  3. tkuhe's Avatar
    Thanks. Not confused just probably didnt explain well enough.
    Taking calls with the phone plugged into the aux is not good that is why I am looking at buying the supertooth hd-voice. From what I have read it does a very good job of acting as a bt car speaker for phone calls.
    I would like to use my car speakers for music and podcasts which is why I want to hook it up to the aux.
    My question is can you have 1 phone connected to 2 bluetooth devices and have specific funtions for each, ie music/podcasts play through aux, all phone calls go to ST HD-Voice?
    04-03-2013 08:10 AM
  4. Curtieson's Avatar
    Thanks. Not confused just probably didnt explain well enough.
    Taking calls with the phone plugged into the aux is not good that is why I am looking at buying the supertooth hd-voice. From what I have read it does a very good job of acting as a bt car speaker for phone calls.
    I would like to use my car speakers for music and podcasts which is why I want to hook it up to the aux.
    My question is can you have 1 phone connected to 2 bluetooth devices and have specific funtions for each, ie music/podcasts play through aux, all phone calls go to ST HD-Voice?
    Ok, I get it now. I really don't think you will want to do that though. I think having one device you have to charge and clip onto your visor to take calls would be a hassle and annoying. Not to mention your phone calls wouldn't be going through your car speakers. So, I don't know how to set different profiles to different bluetooth devices at the same time, but I am going to suggest you take a different route anyway.

    You might get something like this: http://www.amazon.com/SMARTmini-Blue...pUvbUpU1938951



    You still have to charge it, but it is a high quality Mic that will play the phone calls through the speakers also.

    The device I was talking about earlier XtremeMac InCharge Auto Charger with Bluetooth: Cell Phones : Walmart.com Costs more but you just leave it plugged in so it never has to 'recharge'. It also has a Mic built into the node that plugs into the Aux port so you can use it to take phone calls...but it is a MUCH tinnier mic than the other one but my wife calls me on it daily and once her iPhone goes through the stupid "turn down background calculation" that they talk about in the commercials, it works well.

    [EDIT: Scrap the Scosche I originally suggested, it doesn't BlueTooth Music...]
    04-03-2013 08:44 AM
  5. tkuhe's Avatar
    Thanks for the reply. I will look into that device. I have never really had a good experience with car kits that put your phone calls through your speakers, thats part of the appeal of the device I am looking at. Regarding the battery, reviews state "you can expect 20 hours of talk time and 1000 hours of stand-by time. It’s been going on three weeks since I first fully charged it, and it prompts me that it is still on Medium" which is plenty for me.
    I do like the price point of the device you rec'd, wish it could more easily mount to my visor.
    Thanks again.
    04-03-2013 09:49 AM
  6. tkuhe's Avatar
    One more quick question, anyone know when the CR-200 will be available?
    04-03-2013 09:51 AM

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