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Auris 2.2 D-4D T180 (07 Plate) - Sound System Iphone Connection.

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Hi Guys.

Was just wondering if it was possible to connect my iPhone to the sound system in my car either by wired connection or by bluetooth so I can play music. Pictures of the system are attatched.

Many Thanks

Chris

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No idea if you can directly connect the iPhone to this unit.

Take it to a ICE specialist. There are various kits that you can use to connect to the iPhone.

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Thanks guys this has helped. Much appreciated

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Edit: Sorry for the double post, I can't find the option to remove this.

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Hi Chris

I have the standard CD headunit rather than the SatNav unit, however I fitted the following:

http://www.dension.com/product/gateway-lite-3

Admittedly I use it with the aux cable rather than a USB or IPOD cable (as my Blackberry doesn't seem to like the USB link).

Kind regards

John

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Hi

I sold my t180 to a garage in Northampton last month but I removed my audio cable. Its a genuine Toyota one and works directly from the steering wheel. It also charges your iPhone or iPod. I ran it with the same unit as you have and took me 20 mins to fit. It cost me 150 but if you want to make me an offer feel free as it plays via bluetooth in my new avensis

Thanks carl

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