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Best Bluetooth/hands free calling options for 08 997

I am new to the Porsche family. I pick up my 2008 997 Cab turbo convertible this week. I have been reviewing various Bluetooth/hands free calling options but would like advice on which is the best system to get
 
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I got a pioneer replacement head unit. It does everything. I would do it all over again in a heartbeat.

Bluetooth, streaming audio, XM, and it sounds pretty good too.
 
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Do you happen to have model number to your pioneer unit?
 
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do you happen to have model number to your pioneer unit?
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I had a MObridge system in my 2008 Turbo Cab. It worked very well, and it retained a totally stock appearance by utilizing the OE head unit, and not requiring any additional visible buttons or switches to be added. It worked very well for Bluetooth streaming audio too.
 
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i installed the tranzit blu bluetooth adapter,
works fantastic and very easy to DIY install
 
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i installed the tranzit blu bluetooth adapter,
works fantastic and very easy to DIY install
tranzitBlu and LApower bluetooth are the best choices imo if you want to retain the stock headunit and get excellent functionality, and great sound at a stellar price.

the tranzitBlu would be easier to install then the LApower since the tranzitBlu does by pass the entire fiberoptic most hur system (you don't have to wire anything thru the Frunk), but since the LApower does to thru the mostHur system, the LApower will have better sound.

the LApower will have better pcm integration as well (can use the pcm to control songs), while the trazitBlu while does show the song names + callers on the PCM, that's as far integration goes.
 
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