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beresmed
Is possible to add bluetooth module into SL-C1000? Something like that: http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=15516
Da_Blitz
you mean like the 9 page thread: http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=13562 that went slightly off topic?
beresmed
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you mean like the 9 page thread: http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=13562 that went slightly off topic?



Yes, something like that. I don't dare to open my new C-1000 and damage something inside. I would like to know step by step how to add bluetooth module of course if it works good. rolleyes.gif
Da_Blitz
easiest soulution: use the usb host port, if you want an internal one and use the host port you will lose USB client but if you are like me and carry a 10/100 USB dongle then you are probelly better off. you might have to unsolder the usb connector, but IMHO thats better as you can then fit a full size USB port for plugging devices in. you might also want to find a 2 port usb hub thats tiny (one for bluetooth one for back ) as you cant run 2 devices off the same wires, you NEED a hub

for space i recomend the dlink DBT-120 due to its size, its the smallest Bluetooth adaptor i have seen thats easy to get.

external anttena connections are a good idea just follow the same teqnique as wifi hackers including cables and you should be fine
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