Another Victory for CoolStream CarPro

Well score another Victory for CoolStream with the new CoolStream CarPro!  This week we can report some really great news for the Victory Motorcycle community.  We recently received the test results of a CoolStream CarPro on a 2009 Victory Vision by Rex, aka Brother Wind.  We are happy to tell you that the CoolStream CarPro was a complete success in pairing and delivering wireless music as well as GPS Turn-by-Turn instructions on this Victory motorcycle.  All of this worked flawlessly while maintaining the use of volume and song selection buttons on the handlebars.


While we have already had great success with the original CoolStream Duo and Victory we were curious to see how the brand new CarPro would fair on these iconic bikes.


So what’s the difference between the CarPro and the Duo?



The CarPro was originally designed to give automobile drivers the ability to control their music selection (forward, pause and back) along with volume (up and down) from their steering wheel.  Rex wrote to us and explained “I use the mp3 on my Android LG G3 and connect the 30-pin adapter to the standard iPod cable supplied on my 2009 10th anniversary Victory vision.”  What Rex discovered in using the CarPro however is that now he can have that same streaming ability of a Bluetooth receiver along with volume control and song selection control right from his Victory handlebars.


CoolStream CarPro attached to 30-pin cable on a 2009 Victory Vision


The CoolStream CarPro is small, lightweight and will auto-pair every time you start your bike.  It couldn’t be easier or cooler to have your music with you on the road, your phone safely tucked away and the ability to control volume and song selection at your fingertips.


While the CoolStream Duo is still a great fit for simple classic streaming, the CarPro provides a really nice upgrade for anyone looking for that added layer of technology to their Bluetooth experience while riding.



Author: CoolStream Lover

I can't seem to recall a time when there wasn't always music playing in my home. Starting with classical piano lessons from the age of 9 while my Dad blasted Johnny Cash, to my many years enjoying the local Boston music scene I have come to the conclusion that putting more music in your life is always a good thing.