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Hi all,

Hopefully picking up my IS300 in a week or two and am looking at fitting a Grom unit so as to just use my Iphone 3GS instead of CD's. I can't decide whether to go for the simple AUX version or the the one that plugs into the bottom of the Iphone (Dock version???). I currently have a Connects2 unit in my car that looks to be the same as the AUX version of the Grom. (I select CD Autochanger disc 1 and i hear the Iphone but i can't change tracks via the HU). When using the AUX version how do you select the Grom on the HU in the IS? Is there an AUX button or do you select a certain CD etc....???

Also i've seen mention online of people having issues with the Grom when using it with devices that are running iOS4. Is this still the case and if so does it affect both the AUX and Dock versions or just the dock version?

Thanks for any assistance.

Cheers

Dave.

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The Grom AUX is exactly the same as the one you've got - switch to CD1. So no point in that really given that you've already got it.

Not sure about the compatibility with iOS4 - you could potentially get the USB version which should eliminate any iOS differences?

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The Grom AUX is exactly the same as the one you've got - switch to CD1. So no point in that really given that you've already got it.

Not sure about the compatibility with iOS4 - you could potentially get the USB version which should eliminate any iOS differences?

Cheers for that..... The connects2 i have is for my Skoda and is for VAG cars. I might just go for the Grom AUX one then as that's what i'm used to at the minute and i'm not bothered about being able to control the iPhone/iPod through the HU etc...

Not sure about one's that connect via the dock connector but the AUX one's mean you can connect the cable to the headphone jack on the phone and use it as a handsfree set through the car speakers as well as for listening to music etc....

Cheers

Dave.

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