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And some say it couldn't be done...

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So, in my truck I have a Kenwood iPod adapter (KCA_iP500) hooked into my Kenwood deck (DDX-6019)...

Today, I plugged my iPhone into my car (clicked No on the popup telling me that it's not made for iPhone) and started a conversation using my iPhone bluetooth headset. I was having my conversation and decided to choose my playlist that I wanted to hear after I was done with my conversation (since I my radio mutes when I'm on a phone call). I found my playlist and music started playing through my headset while I was on my phone call.

So there I am talking to my wife and listening to Jammin' by Bob Marley.

Once I ended the call, the music stopped in my headset but then returned to my car speakers....

And they say that iPhone don't support music via bluetooth.

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Nice find. Although I'd rather listen to music in my car stereo vs. headset haha.

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Very true but I liked being able to sometimes listen to music on my Q via the headset. Kinda like having my own soundtrack when I'm walking around but without the headphones.

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Found this today.... http://www.tuaw.com/2007/08/10/iphon...luetooth-head/

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