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Rambler444
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bluetooth connections

Postby Rambler444 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:37 am



here`s my question? I`ve been tring to get bluetooth on my 01 1800 so I can have wireless headsets and connection with my phone and gps and all other electrronic devices that I have like radio fm am xm ,cb. is it possiable thanks for your time . charles



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Re: bluetooth connections

Postby m2102 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:53 am

you mite try these folks. the prices are very resonable and good customer support https://www.directlineparts.com/store.asp?str=0

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Re: bluetooth connections

Postby Rambler444 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:25 am

thanks for the info will surely try ok and thanks for your timw Charles

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Re: bluetooth connections

Postby Rambler444 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:29 am

sorry about this but tried to go to www.directlineparts.com and was denined said I didn`rt have attority to go there ok but thanks anyway will keep looking cu Charlie

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Re: bluetooth connections

Postby themainviking » Sat Oct 06, 2012 7:33 am

Rambler444 wrote:sorry about this but tried to go to http://www.directlineparts.com and was denined said I didn`rt have attority to go there ok but thanks anyway will keep looking cu Charlie


Rambler... try your own link. It works fine, whereas m2102's doesn't. Another thing you can look at is found in this thread.

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Re: bluetooth connections

Postby m2102 » Mon Oct 08, 2012 8:26 am

i saw the problem. word support got tied into the link.click on the one in your post and you will get there

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Re: bluetooth connections

Postby m2102 » Mon Oct 08, 2012 8:30 am

is their any way to edit a post so that i could take out word support out of the link i posted?

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Re: bluetooth connections

Postby themainviking » Mon Oct 08, 2012 9:31 am

Probably the Admin could do it, but not otherwise, no.
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Re: bluetooth connections

Postby WingAdmin » Mon Oct 08, 2012 10:00 am

m2102 wrote:is their any way to edit a post so that i could take out word support out of the link i posted?


I took care of it. You can edit your own posts, but only for a certain amount of time after they are originally posted. That's to keep hackers using compromised accounts from being able to damage/delete old postings (most commonly changing them all to advertising spam).

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Re: bluetooth connections

Postby m2102 » Mon Oct 08, 2012 2:16 pm

Thanks wingadmin, I think I for got to put a space before pasting the link

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Re: bluetooth connections

Postby motorhead1977 » Sun Oct 14, 2012 7:26 am

Rambler444 wrote:here`s my question? I`ve been tring to get bluetooth on my 01 1800 so I can have wireless headsets and connection with my phone and gps and all other electrronic devices that I have like radio fm am xm ,cb. is it possiable thanks for your time . charles


YES YOU CAN!!!! This month's issue (November 2012) of Rider has a piece on it (page 62) with exactly how to do this! Recommended is the Chatterbox stereo to blue tooth adapter (p/n 2303 $59 and an intercom system adapter plug (p/n 3900 S19) both from the Aerostitch catalog. You will of course have to have a blue toothed helmet. Welcome news for those of us who like the cordless audio route for sound.
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Re: bluetooth connections

Postby ogilly0753 » Thu Oct 18, 2012 10:18 am

If you have Nolan blue tooth helmets you can buy their N-Com bluetooth system. The rider will have to plug-in to allow the Gold Wing Intercom system to be heard by co-rider who does not need to plug-in. The one draw back is you cannot transmit on the CB using this system. I tried and all I got was a squeal during CB transmissions. I ended up with going to the J&M speaker/mic for my Nolan N90 helmets and then used the J&M CBFR1800 bluetooth Phone/GPS/Radar detector integrations system. I have used this for integrating my Zumo 660 into the Gold Wing intercom system. Once setup properly it works good. The main issues I ran into with install: multi-purpose button does not fit between ISO grips for heated grips which was installed in the left compartment box and my Zumo 660 volume is very high. I am working that and think I can control via Zumo.


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