Parrot's earlier announcement
to launch a Bluetooth car kit with support for Bluetooth stereo (A2DP
and AVRC), yesterday Motorola announced to add mobile music to the in-vehicle
experience with the introduction of the new Motorola Automotive Music &
Hands-free System T605. With this new car kit, drivers have one seamless
solution that offers access to digital music and phone calls directly through a
compatible car sound system.
Leveraging hands-free, headset and Bluetooth stereo profiles, the T605 pairs
with a compatible Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone and a separate compatible
Bluetooth-enabled music source for crystal clear connectivity and entertainment.
Users can listen to music that streams wirelessly from a MP3 player or a mobile
phone without the worry of missing a call. Offering users a choice, the T605
also comes equipped with a 3.5 millimeter standard stereo jack for a wired
connection to a MP3 player. Incorporating advanced Bluetooth technology, the
T605 is designed to pause the music when a call comes in and resume the music
when the call ends.
"The T605 is a fun way to stay connected to the people and the music you
love with hands-free convenience while driving," said Greg Estell, corporate
vice president, MobileMe Companion Products, Motorola. "The T605 leverages
Motorola's global leadership in Bluetooth wireless technology to deliver
seamless wireless entertainment and connectivity."
The T605 delivers a powerful, hands-free communication and music experience,
with digital signal processing for noise and echo reduction and enhanced
technology that helps enable the volume to increase as background noise
increases. The Motorola T605's impressive multimedia offerings are enhanced by
full duplex capabilities and version Bluetooth 2.0 wireless technology for
advanced call quality and clear connections. Whether it's the desire to have
music and calls from separate devices or just one, initial setup is simple with
Motorola's exclusive EasyPair technology.
The T605 helps enable users enjoy
seamless, uninterrupted conversations. Just turn on the ignition and the T605
automatically syncs with the compatible Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone so users
can continue that important call. Complete with a sleek, dynamic finish and an
improved user interface for intuitive navigation, this hands-free system
promises ease-of-use. Professional installation and an adapter harness, sold
separately, allow custom integration of the T605 into the car sound system.
The Motorola Bluetooth Automotive Music & Hands-free System T605 is expected to
be available in the first half of 2007. A price wasn't announced yet.
Cheers ~ Arne