Connects2 Embraces Bluetooth Streaming

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Connects2 Releases New Range of A2DP Bluetooth Interfaces

West Midlands, UK: Today, Connects2 Ltd. announced the launch of its range of Bluetooth streaming interfaces to the public. A simple plug and play solution allows the owners of a wide range of vehicles, including Audi, BMW, Citroen, Ford, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Opel, Peugeot, Renault, Toyota, Vauxhall and Volkswagen, the ability to stream music from their smartphone or audio device via A2DP Bluetooth. The interface remains hidden behind the dash to retain the OEM look and feel of the vehicle whilst connecting via the OEM aux port for easy installation.

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Of this new range, Marketing Executive Ben Armstrong said, “With the recent decision by Apple to remove the 3.5mm jack port on its iPhones, Bluetooth streaming will now become more important than ever for the modern driver. Each year, the number of drivers embracing connected technologies is rising sharply, and with our new range, we seek to give our customers the flexible audio options they desire when on the road. Choice is paramount.”

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In order to make the A2DP range a success, Connects2 have designed each product with a focus on the following:

  • Initial compatibility with 108 unique, popular vehicles, with plans to increase this number with future products.
  • Simple, plug and play installation to vehicle’s OEM aux port, for ease of set-up and maintenance for dealer or end-user.
  • Unobtrusive design; retains vehicle’s OEM aesthetic with no wiring on show.

Ben Armstrong

Connects2 Ltd.

ben.armstrong@connects2.com

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