Between Pandora linked from my iPhone plugged in inside the console, and XM that is all I need. Good info to know about the other methods.
2011-2012 Nasa Mid South ST2 Champion
Torch Red Stingray Vin#7035. Born Nov. 13,13
Z51 7 SPD Manual MSRC Carbon Roof Painted B/C sides
3LT Black-Carbon Dash-NPP-Stingray Floor/Cargo Matts
Stingray Sill plates-Battery Protection
I purchased a Toshiba 1.5TB USB drive and plugged it into USB port behind radio, used velgro to hold it down and hit the media button, it works like a charm. Didn't need anything else.
'68 Lemans Blue 327/350 Convertible
'91 Turquoise Convertible w/hardtop
'14 Lime Rock Green 2LT Convertible, Black Top, Kalahari, 7-Speed, Performance Exhaust - Ordered on 4-1-2014, 2000 Status on 4-10-2014, TPW 5-12-2014, Built on 5-16-2014, Picked-up at dealership on 5-30-2014, covered 7040 miles in 2014 (now in Winter storage)
"Delta t = 23"
I'm basically a computer illiterate so my question is...If I have an iPod with bluetooth, would I be able to marry-it, or whatever you call it, to the StingRay's system and listen to music wirelessly? Since you can marry the iPhone to the system via bluetooth, one would think you would be able to do the same with an iPod.
2015 Z51/ 3LT/ torch red/ adrenaline red interior/ chrome wheels/ red brake calibers/ 8 speed automatic/ MSRC/ performance exhaust/ battery protection. Accessories include red indoor vehicle cover/cargo mat/premium carpeted floor mats.
iPods don't have Bluetooth
Just plug it in behind the screen
CGM/Red base 2LT -here's everything I've done to this car:
When I pair my iphone via bluetooth, it doesn't let me hands free ask to play a song. Is this not possible over bluetooth or I doing something wrong?
My iPhone music and Pandora are nice. Is there any way to play iHeart Radio from my iPhone through the infotainment system? I haven't discovered how, if possible, to add iHeart app to my system. Reception of my favorite radio stations is not always good so I was hoping to use iHeart to solve that issue.