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I know the new Ford Fusion can stream music from the Ipod/Iphone to the stereo. Has anyone heard if Hyundai will allow this in the future?
 

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QUOTE (JohnnyFoo @ Jul 27 2010, 01:16 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=345077
I know the new Ford Fusion can stream music from the Ipod/Iphone to the stereo. Has anyone heard if Hyundai will allow this in the future?
It's already possible. Set your iPhone/iPod to the Sonata's Bluetooth as the audio output and change your car's audio mode to MP3.
 

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How do you set your Iphone to be an audio output on bluetooth? I have already set up the hands free calling.
 

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QUOTE (JohnnyFoo @ Jul 27 2010, 01:31 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=345083
How do you set your Iphone to be an audio output on bluetooth? I have already set up the hands free calling.
Then there's nothing further to set up. All you need to do is to open up your iPod app and set the output (horn icon on the bottom) to SONATA, or whatever it is that you named the car's Bluetooth.
 

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QUOTE (lazy @ Jul 27 2010, 12:52 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=345090
Then there's nothing further to set up. All you need to do is to open up your iPod app and set the output (horn icon on the bottom) to SONATA, or whatever it is that you named the car's Bluetooth.
I believe it may require an iphone 3g or better. Not sure if the 2g is capable of streaming via bluetooth.
 

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+1 for what others have said, my will play through bluetooth also. 3G.
 

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thanks guys, I finally got it to work. Just one extra feature that makes the sonata the best deal for a midsize sedan.
 

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QUOTE (JohnnyFoo @ Jul 27 2010, 10:05 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=345403
thanks guys, I finally got it to work. Just one extra feature that makes the sonata the best deal for a midsize sedan.
Mine works fine, but has anyone noticed that through bluetooth it takes a lot more volume to make it work? Is this the same with everyone or am I doing something wrong?
 

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QUOTE (JeremyJDe @ Jul 28 2010, 01:06 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=345426
Mine works fine, but has anyone noticed that through bluetooth it takes a lot more volume to make it work? Is this the same with everyone or am I doing something wrong?
The audio quality is very low when using bluetooth. Different formats have different audio quality. Bluetooth is def not the "future" it's outdated for audio at least.
 

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QUOTE (eyecue @ Jul 29 2010, 02:12 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=345934
That might help initially but still doesn't change the audio quality through the air.
Interesting... I just got an iPhone 4. It sounds as good or better via Bluetooth. Since you lose the steering wheel controls, I probably will not use that feature much, but in any event it sounds great.

I also noticed that the new iPhone sounds better than my old Nano. I'm not sure why that should be true, but the difference is quite noticeable.
 

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I have the Iphone and I also stream music from Pandora to my stereo via bluetooth. waaay cheaper that XM Sirius. and sound fantastic !!!
 

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I can never figure out how to get mine to play thru bluetooth every time. Phone calls work perfectly. I always check to see if the audio is set to Sonata, switch to AUX, and it just say's no media connected.

It has worked a few times but I can't make it work every time. Seems like the last time it worked, I had just connected my phone using the Ipod cable and unplugged it and used bluetooth instead. Anyone know the exact steps to make it work every time?

Iphone 3G
 

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QUOTE (Mobile11 @ Aug 12 2010, 01:54 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=348959
I can never figure out how to get mine to play thru bluetooth every time. Phone calls work perfectly. I always check to see if the audio is set to Sonata, switch to AUX, and it just say's no media connected.

It has worked a few times but I can't make it work every time. Seems like the last time it worked, I had just connected my phone using the Ipod cable and unplugged it and used bluetooth instead. Anyone know the exact steps to make it work every time?

Iphone 3G

same problem here.. anybody have a suggestion
 

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QUOTE (Webbster @ Mar 30 2011, 03:56 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=422845
I do not have a MP3 selection on my radio. Do these instruction also work for a Sonata with a Nav System?
If you have a 2011, you have it.. Press the button on your steering wheel that cycles through your music options (FM1, FM2, AM, satellite, etc..), after your satellite options, you'll have an Ipod option (if you have one synced I believe).. after the iPod option, is the MP3 via bluetooth.
 

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QUOTE (Webbster @ Mar 30 2011, 04:56 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=422845
I do not have a MP3 selection on my radio. Do these instruction also work for a Sonata with a Nav System?
Same Here..." I do not have a MP3 selection" on the NAV screen

No Problems with my ITouch (3G) while using the cable. I have issues when I try connect via Ipod Bluetooth streaming. Both units PairUp, the Itouch get a Connected msg but the NAV screen will not connect. Other BT devices-EVO stream music fine.
 
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