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Parrot CK3100 blue tooth hand- free car kit WAS £189.99@Caraudiocentre

Parrot CK3100 blue tooth hand- free car kit WAS £[email protected]

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Don't get caught on the phone when driving!!

Want hands-free phone operation and control of your phone's features when behind the wheel? Parrot's CK3100 Bluetooth cell phone car kit connects to almost any car stereo system so you can take calls from your Bluetooth phone through your car's speakers. A small LCD screen mounted on your dash displays caller information and allows access to your phone's menu functions.

The Parrot CK3100 control panel installs beneath the dashboard, so all you see is the small dash-mounted LCD screen/keypad and an external microphone. Once your car's engine starts, the kit connects automatically to your Bluetooth phone. With the microphone mounted, just say a name and the Parrot CK3100 takes care of the dialing. The Parrot CK3100 can work with up to five Bluetooth devices at one time.

You control your phone's menu functions with the dash-mounted LCD screen and 3-button keypad. From dialing to phonebook to voicemail, the keypad and voice prompts will guide you easily through functions as you keep your eyes on the road. You can change the volume with the press of a button.

Parrot's LCD screen displays valuable information from your phone, including Caller ID, listings for the last calls received and dialed, plus dialing with numbers. You can even see the strength of your phone's signal.

The voice recognition software remembers up to 150 names from your phone's address book for dialing (only works with certain phones). Noise reduction on the external microphone lets you carry on a conversation in a normal tone — no need to shout, even in heavy traffic. Most importantly, the Parrot CK3100 is programmed to mute your car's radio at the onset of an incoming call, ensuring clear sound over your car's speakers.

The Parrot CK3100 is compatible with all Bluetooth cell phones and installs with most factory and aftermarket car stereo systems. Some factory systems may require an additional wiring adapter.

Note: Car Audio Centre carries cell phone kit harnesses that allow easy, plug-in connection of Parrot's Bluetooth car kits in a wide variety of vehicles. The Parrot CK3100 can also be hard-wired to your car's stereo system. You may have to drill one or more holes into the dash or remove and remount the dashboard face to make the component connections completely free from visible wires, but hiding the wires is not necessary to operate the system.

Parrot CK3100 Details:

hard-wired Bluetooth car kit includes microphone, dash-mounted LCD screen/keypad, and control unit for hands-free cell phone use
compatible with all Bluetooth phones
works with most factory or aftermarket car stereo systems (may require vehicle-specific adapters for factory systems)
automatically mutes your car stereo for phone calls
works with up to 5 Bluetooth phones or devices
dash-mounted LCD screen with three-button keypad controls all phone menu functions
last calls received, dialed, and caller ID functions visible on LCD screen
phone signal strength and carrier name visible on LCD screen
voice-recognition software stores up to 150 names for hands-free dialing (only works with certain phones)
noise reduction and echo cancellation technology for clear voice transmission
dimensions: 2-13/16'H x 1-3/16'W x 1'D (screen/keypad); 6-1/16'H x 1-3/16'W x 2-5/16'D (control box)

£7.49 delivery.

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think 90 bucks is the usual price for this one...

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Don't get caught on the phone when driving!!

Great, spend £80 instead why would anyone buy this you can buy a Bluetooth headset for a fiver which will do the same job and less hassle.

cold

What does the OP have with the Caraudiocentre 2 deals that are both not very good.
Edited by: "polly69" 1st Dec 2011

All our ambulances have these and they're rubbish, never used. Another waste of money

It's now a standard feature built into car stereos. Strange that Polly doesn't like parrot though.

A great device and the blue box if you can fit it behind the stereo..
Far better than a cheap headset as it cuts into your speakers..
I can see why an ambulance with many drivers would be impractical but for a mainly one or two sever car they are brilliant on older model lower spec cars..
The missus fiat500 has it built in

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It's now a standard feature built into car stereos. Strange that Polly … It's now a standard feature built into car stereos. Strange that Polly doesn't like parrot though.




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Who's a clever boy then?

polly69

Don't get caught on the phone when driving!! Great, spend £80 instead why … Don't get caught on the phone when driving!! Great, spend £80 instead why would anyone buy this you can buy a Bluetooth headset for a fiver which will do the same job and less hassle.coldWhat does the OP have with the Caraudiocentre 2 deals that are both not very good.



Because having to wear something around your ear that needs recharging all the time is uncomfortable and makes you look stupid is so much better.

Our company cars had them fitted before most new cars started arriving with bluetooth phone kit as a standard, it is great if you can fit it as it goes into your radio from the back (so it cuts off your radio etc when you are driving-just like if you had factory one instored) and in some cars this is not such an easy operation..

Oh and as for why buying this when you can put earpiece in... are you for real? If that is the mentality, why even do that then? Just put a loud speaker on!!

this was in my car when i bought it ,best one out there i leave my phone in my bag and its connects
every time,

Fantastic bit of kit. Ive had one for about 3 years and it works really well. I installed one in my father in laws van only last week and he is really happy with it.
You can get it for £90 off amazon delivered

i have a Parrot kit mki9200, it cost me £199 fitted at Halfords, its always going wrong. Yesterday they had to take the centre console and half the dash apart to reset the blue box as it had crashed, they just unpluged a cable and then back in and it worked. It took 45 mins in all. The nice man at Halfords didnt charge me, thankfully. In the 2 years i had it ive been back approximately 12 times at least, previously i had a Nokia ck100 kit in my old car, that was great, would connect to most phones but preferred Nokia to work best.

Original Poster

I think polly needs a cracker to calm her down!

They are good when they are working but if you want to pair a new phone, you have to wipe out it's memory by updating the firmware which is annoying!

does anyone know what they are like connecting/working with iphones?

yozzer

does anyone know what they are like connecting/working with iphones?



Sorry about the late reply, and its probably too late, but mine works a treat with my iPhone.

In response to Sharpe. You dont need to update the firmware at all. Mine still on the original one i bought it with about 3 years ago if not more!! The only problem you have is there is a max of about 4-6 parings if you try to go above that it wont pair so you have to remove some parings.
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