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      03-19-2013, 10:13 AM   #1
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Bluetooth retrofit for a car with professional navigation

Hi guys,

I'm new around here but not new to forums. I currently have a R56 MINI and looking to change to E90 now I'm growing up a little. I've noticed most cars in my price budget seem to be reasonably low spec but I've found one that I'm keen to go ahead with, the only thing it's missing is bluetooth. Is it possible to easily retrofit this? I'm used to retrofitting things with the MINI so I'm hoping its a yes. I've done some searching and found a company offering retrofits but I'd rather go OEM if possible.

Looking at realOEM I've found this retrofit http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...39&hg=84&fg=95

Has anyone ever done it to a car with professional nav?

Many thanks in advanced (and sorry if this has been covered before, I tried searching but didnt have much luck)

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Dension gateway 500 s BT or mobridge

Dension gateway 500 s BT or mobridge
for aftermarket solutions look at there websites.




BMW retrofits are way to expensive for what you get unless
your car is one of the golden models that just need the stuff enabled
and maybe a microphone.
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GROM Audio MST3P-BMWO kit + their Bluetooth dongle will work also. Wireless audio streaming + hands free calling. Works with both iDrive and non-iDrive.

Search YouTube for Grom E90 and you'll see it work with the standard stereo and also there's an installation video.

PM me if you're interested.
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I would look up some reviews on the Grom

I would look up some reviews on the Grom
The reviews haven't been that favorable on it.
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I suggest you check out reviews on all the products to be fair. Then contact them all and ask questions.
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