A client from Cockeysville contacted Westminster Speed and Sound about adding Bluetooth capability to his 2006 Porsche 911. One of our team spent time on getting to know the client, how he used the vehicle over the course of an average week and his goals for the upgrade. During the conversation, we determined this Porsche used a fiber optic network called MOST for the audio system, which makes doing any upgrade more challenging. Fortunately, our team has a decade of experience in working with this advanced type of vehicle network.
After understanding his needs, we suggested the Mobridge M2.Connect MOST Bluetooth integration module. It allows the client to keep his factory Porsche radio, which was important, along with gaining wireless music streaming and hands-free calling capability. He liked our idea, so we set a time to begin working on the car.
As you can see in the finished pictures, the only piece of equipment that is visible is the microphone. We chose a location near the chronometer because the car is a Cabrio, so mounting it up high is a bad idea. The module itself is completely hidden and all functions are controlled through the factory navigation unit in the dash.
Once we finished the install, our team went over the operation of the unit with the client.
If a vehicle that you love has some technology missing from a newer model, contact us HERE. One of our team will set up a consultation with you and your vehicle to determine the upgrades that best fit your needs. Let us show you why Westminster Speed & Sound in Westminster, Maryland, is the most-awarded vehicle customization facility in the Mid-Atlantic region.