Thought I would share how I got Bluetooth audio working on my CBA!
First off you will need to install the OEM Nissan iPod 30-pin adaptor kit. It did not come as standard, it was a dealer add on option. Once you install it, you can proceed with this guide.
It was found that a few Bluetooth A2DP wireless iPod connectors work with Nissan's 30-pin iPod connector. But most did not. One model would work but did not display track names, playlists etc, it just would play the song and you had to control it from your phone. Another unit. The Viseeo Tune2air WMA1000 worked much better as an actual iPod connected. You can see the track names, playlists, and control it from the steering wheel or stereo. But there was a glitch, in that it took 2-10 minutes for the unit it initialize on powerup! Annoying. I lived with this for most of 2014 until I discovered a way to get it to work without any additional power wires to power it up:
With the Tune2Air WMA1000 and the Cable Jive dock Xtender it works perfectly. Powers up right away, and you can see the tracks, change tracks, playlists, etc! I got the 2 foot version, they have a 6 foot but not sure if that works as well. (Note there is also a Xtender Basic cable, I don't think that one will work...)
Cable Jive dock Xtender:
Edited by tjlazer, 14 April 2015 - 11:00 AM.