I have a dilemma and I do not really know how to solve it. The point is whether for the sake of the phone to buy a radio with Bluetooth (what I have is without this invention), or better separate speakerphone. First of all, I do not know if the "switched off" radio with Bluetooth automatically turns on automatically when the phone call comes on, whether you have to turn it on manually, or later press the "handset". This problem obviously does not exist in dedicated sets, the button is pressed and after the problem.
I recommend a radio with Bluetooth is a better solution, buying an additional device involves additional power cables, chargers, etc. To answer a call you must have switched on the phone is the same way with the radio you must have them turned on so you can receive phone calls.
Marian B wrote:
This problem obviously does not exist in dedicated sets, the button is pressed and after the problem.
As it does not exist for the speakerphone to answer a phone call, you must turn it on so that it is in a constant state of standby.
I did not mean a set with a battery / rechargeable battery, only one that is permanently connected to the car installation. Turning on the ignition is tantamount to turning the set on, e.g.
I was not sure how it is with bluetooth radio. If you need to turn them on, then press "handset", (two steps) is according to I do not like this option. The fact that you need to lead some additional wires there is not a problem for DIY enthusiasts.
The cost of this set of pics is only 105 zlotys, and in my opinion, it is not worth buying sets that need to be charged and looked after. Thank you for the hint.
I will also recommend you a radio with BT, but it is known that it is a higher cost. Because such a radio is easier to use, it can also improve the quality of playing in the car, or add usb as you do not have.
The radio with bt has several functions which the device you have entered does not have. First of all, the most important thing is you do not even have to pull the phone out of the pocket to see who is calling, you can also browse the address book directly from the radio and choose who you want to call (you can also set favorites and call 1-6). In addition, new radios can make the player sound from the phone in the car system (music, Spotify, youtube, navigation without additional cables).
And as for your first question, whether the radio itself will turn on as it will be a conversation, no. Anyway, what for? For example, you will be under tents, the car will be very close and then all calls will be received from the radio, not the phone (on your phone you will have to turn off bt every time). I have a radio connected so that when I enter the car it turns on the radio and automatically connects with the phone.
I was not sure how it is with bluetooth radio. If you need to turn them on, then press "handset", (two steps) is according to I do not like this option.
To use the proposed set you must do two things anyway. 1. Turn on the ignition in the car. 2. Press the headset button to answer the call. How much do you think you will do, because in my opinion it's the same as with BT radio. My car radio behaves so that when you insert the key into the ignition and turn to the first position, the radio starts up immediately.
This "first" action, switching on the ignition, is basically non-existent, because the hands-free system is so that you can safely talk on the phone while driving, so the ignition will surely always be on for example before an hour. I do not deny the advantages of the radio from bt, and I think I will buy one, I just did not know how it behaves when it is turned off when the phone call arrives. Of course, you can set the radio to turn on automatically when the ignition is turned on, only not everyone wants it, hence the dilemma.
If you want, I can check later if the radio will turn on when talking, how it's turned off because I have never checked because I have switched on the radio all the time, but the ignition must definitely be (unless the radio is permanently connected)
edit: I was in the car and checked it and the case is as follows. If you have a radio connected permanently (that is, a radio works when you want without a key), if you get a call or call yourself, the radio will turn on itself, as it is turned off. However, after the conversation the radio will go out.
I checked Alpine cde-195bt on Alpine, so all new alpes from bt should work like that. I do not know how other companies.
That's what it was about, now I really know everything about it. I suppose it will be similar in other receivers. Thanks a lot.
The next problem arises with the replacement of the radio, but I can handle it. My radio (Blaupunkt) has steering control via infrared. Not all receivers use this control method, and without "steering" the steering wheel. Another modification is waiting.
What car is it and is there original steering control? Because as it is original and not dorabianie it is possible to buy a steering module from the steering wheel to any radio, the choice of cars is also huge. You can ask on piloty.pl but first you need to know the radio model you will have.
This is Octavia from 2000, I made the control myself in the form of a joystick under the steering wheel. In my opinion, such a lever (four positivi) is a better solution than buttons, more convenient. It's on the right side, under the wiper lever. With this no problem, if necessary, it can be converted to the required way, eg. By means of switched resistors.