Is there a three second delay (give or take) when you try to fast-forward a song? When watching video, is the sound in sync?yabba said:
So, the bluetooth audio for iPhone 4 does work!!
I suspect the "delayed reaction to car input" is actually lag if you check.cderalow said:otherwise, no lag in audio or video sound playback. just delayed reaction to car input.
It's not well integrated, you can't choose your music as you could through the USB. However, if your phone is paired, (these are steps with our iphone) got to your 'ipod app' and play a song song, on the bottom right you'll have some option (by the pause, skip and volume control) to send audio through bluetooth. If you go cycle through the 'aux' in your van eventually you'll hear what's playing on your ipod (the van's display will display the text 'Bluetooth').The best feature is the bluetooth audio. QUOTE]
What Odyssey do you have? According to the Honda bluetooth website the iphone is not compatible for bluetooth audio for our 2011 RES. Did you change anything?
I find this option quite useless honestly, so I just bought and iPod classic to hookup via the usb in the glovebox.
I assume you have the lag problem, though? My iPhone 4 works, but the lag makes video unwatchable.I have an iphone 3GS and have no problem with syncing contacts. Bluetooth audio works great and yes you can play internet radio (Pandora) off the iphone though bluetooth audio.
I really wish it was better integrated though, so you can just get in the van, leave the phone in the purse, pocket, belt clip, wherever you keep it, and just have it play.I have an iPhone 4. For longer trips, I'll connect to the USB Aux. However, for the shorter rides, I use the Bluetooth feature. As mentioned by others, there is about a 3 sec. delay but once you get used to that, I'm fine. I have not tried the video part and don't care to at this time. It's more that I want to hear something that's on my phone and dont' want to deal with plugging it to the USB port. Absolutely no issues for me.