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Sorry, I have not tried that (and I cannot do it, unfortunately), but this device can be connected to any device with a standard stereo 3.5mm jack audio output, and it should be able to pair with and send audio signals to any AD2P OR APT-X Bluetooth _receiver_. So, if your car audio system has an embedded _Bluetooth au… see more Sorry, I have not tried that (and I cannot do it, unfortunately), but this device can be connected to any device with a standard stereo 3.5mm jack audio output, and it should be able to pair with and send audio signals to any AD2P OR APT-X Bluetooth _receiver_. So, if your car audio system has an embedded _Bluetooth audio receiver_, in theory you should be able to connect this device, too, wirelessly, with no problem. You only need to make sure that your Bluetooth _receiver_ in the car uses one of the following codes for pairing: "0000", "1111", "1234" or "8888", otherwise you will not be able to pair the devices. By the way, please note that, in case your car audio system _does_ have a Bluetooth receiver, but it is not APT-X, there is no point in using _this_ costly device, in my opinion, since you would not be able to use the high-quality APT-X compression, and you might as well use any cheaper, standard AD2P transmitter, instead (or even the standard Bluetooth in most phones, actually...). So, if I were you I would check the car's audio system specifications, first... Good luck! see less Sorry, I have not tried that (and I cannot do it, unfortunately), but this device can be connected to any device with a standard stereo 3.5mm jack audio output, and it should be able to pair with and send audio signals to any AD2P OR APT-X Bluetooth _receiver_. So, if your car audio system has an embedded _Bluetooth audio receiver_, in theory you should be able to connect this device, too, wirelessly, with no problem. You only need to make sure that your Bluetooth _receiver_ in the car uses one of the following codes for pairing: "0000", "1111", "1234" or "8888", otherwise you will not be able to pair the devices. By the way, please note that, in case your car audio system _does_ have a Bluetooth receiver, but it is not APT-X, there is no point in using _this_ costly device, in my opinion, since you would not be able to use the high-quality APT-X compression, and you might as well use any cheaper, standard AD2P transmitter, instead (or even the standard Bluetooth in most phones, actually...). So, if I were you I would check the car's audio system specifications, first... Good luck!
By V'ger on 22 September 2014
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Sorry I don't know I think it would depend on whether the Bose speaker has a pairing option which could pick up the adapter and then Pair with it. I have used it to pair with a Jam mini speaker so it may work
By G Johnson on 29 May 2014
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Not 100% sure but I think the device will only make one Bluetooth connection at a time. I use mine to connect to a receiver attached to my amplifier which works well. No doubt a Bluetooth headset would be fine too but not three at once I think.
By Rob on 26 September 2014
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