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jmsounds 
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Posted: February 23, 2009 at 1:22 PM / IP Logged  

Hello everybody i don't know much about bluetooth i have a shop in fort washington md and i have 2 customers with mercedes benz 06 350 clk and  a cl 06 they ask if is posible to hook up blue tooth to this cars

i call parrot but they told me if the cars have digital or data wires it would be hard to do them can some please give some advice on this and which products or models would be the best to work with

please respond soon  thank you very much for any help

jm sounds

nicestuff2 
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Posted: February 23, 2009 at 2:45 PM / IP Logged  
Everything is possible, but there are some questions:
1. What stereo systems they have? Is CLK Harman Kardon? Is CL Bose?
2. What do you want to install?
These are the options, assuming you want to install a Parrot, although we have solutions for everything else:
a. CLK is HK - we have a harness IP392 that connects to the amp in the trunk and than extension cord EX299 runs to the front.
CLK not HK. IS145 will do the trick just fine.
b. CL is Bose (I don't believe they even sold them w/o Bose in the US) - harness EZ194 plus extension cord EX899 plus car kit specific adapter ADXXX will work. Connects to the amp in the trunk, runs from there.
If CL has a factory MHI installed (phone system connector in the armrest) we have ViseeO MBU-2000 kit that will give full factory integration (depending on the phone of course) with the COMAND stereo.
nicestuff2 
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Posted: February 23, 2009 at 2:49 PM / IP Logged  
Oh, and if there is no MHI, another choice is Nav-TV Tooki, but it is not cheap.
jmsounds 
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Posted: February 23, 2009 at 4:48 PM / IP Logged  

thanks for the reply  so fast the first mercedes is r350   it should have the bose system or so and the second one is clk350 i dont know if this one has bose or harman should this piece work on both or are different pieces and how hard are they to install    and about how much do you think they run

if both have optical cable it is posible to do

i apreciate your help very much thanks

nicestuff2 
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Posted: February 23, 2009 at 4:55 PM / IP Logged  
Don't mention it.
R350 would use IP393 if it is HK and would connect to the amp under the driver seat or, if it has no HK, IS145 would connect behind the radio. Either way you'd have to connect the Ignition separately.
CLK see in the post above.
I will PM you the prices - this is an open forum and wholesale pricing has no place here.

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