Video: Bluetooth Capability in Alpine Receivers
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Alpine's line of Bluetooth enabled receivers has expanded in 2012, so you'll have a lot more choices if you're in the market for a good hands-free calling solution. And you can also stream music from yor phone or another device, a great way to get Internet radio in your car.