AUX Bluetooth Adapter iPhone iPad iPod handsfree
for Honda Goldwing
The AUX Bluetooth Adapter is compatible with the following Apple devices:
iPod Mini 1st/2nd generation
iPod Nano 1-6. Gen.
iPod 4th-6th Gen.
iPod Touch 1-4. Gen.
iPad 1-3. Gen.
This AUX Bluetooth Adapter supports Apple devices up to version 4.0.
The hands-free kit that connects to the adapter via Bluetooth from your smartphone helps you to make phone calls easily and safely.
It also allows you to use Bluetooth music streaming.
By the direct connection at the back of the CD changer input of your radio, a very good sound quality is guaranteed.
An activation or programming in the workshop is not necessary here.
The operation is very easy via the radio buttons. With the disc buttons you can jump back and forth between the different folders, with the track buttons between the titles.
The playlists can also be selected via the Apple device (control on the display).
When switching off the radio or the ignition, the last position is stored.
AUX input for 3.5mm jack plug (no control possible)
Supports above mentioned Apple devices
iPod/iPhone/iPad is charged as soon as the ignition is on
The following items are included in the scope of delivery:
1 AUX Bluetooth adapter
1 connection cable for Honda Goldwing
1 Bluetooth module
1 Apple extension cable
1 AUX cable with 3.5 mm
1 instruction manual
Honda Goldwing GL1800
Max 6 folders, max 54files/folder
2006-2010 Premium Audio Models (Excluding XM or GPS NAV)
Max 10 folders, max 99files/folder
2006-2010 Navigation and Airbag Models (USA version excluding XM)
Max 6 folders, max 54files/folder ,Does not display Disc info or track info on screen
2009-2010 Factory XM and GPS NAV Equipped Models
Max 6 folders, max 54files/folder. Does not display Disc info or track info on screen
(1). YT-MPC is optional for Factory XM and Navi
(2). On 2005 and earlier GL1800s pressing the A.SEL (RPT/RDM) button (or UM1 on European Models) while
playing an MP3 device as a CD Changer may cause a lock up of the audio system. This is a defect in the 2005
and earlier GoldWing radio software and the only recovery is to disconnect the battery or remove the fuse to
reset the motorcycle audio system. This does not apply to 2006 and later models.