21st 2005f November, 2005

Wireless audio in your car with Bluetooth

by @ 23:55. Filed under Hack, iPAQ, Projects, Wireless
Bluetooth audio stereo
Using an MP3 player connected to the car stereo is cool. Connecting your iPAQ is cooler. But coolest is definitely to play your MP3’s through the iPAQ to the car stereo using bluetooth! Completely wireless!
HP’s FA303A Bluetooth stereo headset gets slaughtered to get a Bluetooth stereo receiver, then we follow the principal of trial and error and hope that nothing burns before we get the receiver into its box with a 12v power supply and into the car.

And when you have the box ready then you can use it anywhere your imagination takes you. In the car, by the stereo at home or at a friends house, or you can connect it to a high quality headphone!

You will definetly loose your warranty on the headset on this one!

Link: Bluetooth stereo in the car

2nd 2005f November, 2005

How to mount your iPAQ in the car

by @ 11:33. Filed under iPAQ, Non electric hacks, Projects
iPAQ vent mounted
I’ve tried suction devices, fixed holders, snap-lock holders, commercial vent mounts – and they’re never as good as you want them. The stable ones are expensive and often fixed to the vehicle, and the mobile ones are not stable.
In this article we’ll build our own vent mount that fixes the stability problem with four washing pegs. And it takes 5 seconds to mount and 1 to remove. Neat!
And as it’s spring loaded, the pegs can flex a bit and this will allow you to mount the holder instantly in most car vents available. We have at least not run into any problems yet.

Link: Mount your iPAQ in the car with pegs

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