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BlackBerry Music Gateway with NFC -- Installed in a 2011 Ford Escape

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Published on Jun 10, 2012

Well it has been just about a week since we received our BlackBerry Music Gateway and we must say we love it!!! Since getting the device, playing music on my home theater has never been easier. Just walking up to the device and tapping my NFC enabled BlackBerry Bold 9900 to let the music start to streaming via Bluetooth right to all of my speakers is great! The BlackBerry Music Gateway is just a tad bit smaller the my Bold 9900 screen so portability of this device is perfect.

The above video shows how the device functions "on the go" meaning that I have set up the device in my 2011 Ford Escape. Now my SUV does have Sync, but my Bold 9900 is not connected to it via Bluetooth through the vehicles Sync system. The Music Gateway comes with a few different ways to connect it to your home theater or vehicle. One way is to use the 3.5mm AUX in the back of the Music Gateway to the 3.5mm jack on your home theater or your vehicles radio. Most newer vehicles come with the 3.5mm AUX jack built in. The other option is to use the RCA to 3.5mm AUX jack. Both of these options are included with the BlackBerry Music Gateway.

You can read more here: http://wp.me/pWkkf-8Oe

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