parrot mini hd 2 Bluetooth handsfree £19.95 @ John Lewis
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parrot mini hd 2 Bluetooth handsfree £19.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 26th Dec 2015
Can't get this usually for under £50. On John Lewis today for £19.95.



£3.50 delivery. Click&Collect not available .
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14 days waiting for delivery from supplier.
Edited by: "kris1234" 26th Dec 2015
Great price so picked up 2 - thanks!
Thank you for posting - great buy!
Nice
Seems like a genuine bargain,still over £50 on Amazon
Well spotted
Thanks OP, just what I need
Good Deal.


Ordered and voted HOT.
Ordered thank you
Ordered one. Thanks
Ordered one. Thanks
Great price. many thanks for the post. Heat.
Would be good if I could get this to replace the built in bluetooth in my Peugeot 208 (its useless)
Ordered. Thanks
So price should be 23.45? As delivery is not free. Still looks like a good price, so orderd(_;)
Edited by: "horizon-in" 26th Dec 2015
james_lfc

Would be good if I could get this to replace the built in bluetooth in my … Would be good if I could get this to replace the built in bluetooth in my Peugeot 208 (its useless)



Just unpair the 208 and connect this?
Ordered cheers
mbriz

Just unpair the 208 and connect this?



I like streaming music via Bluetooth though haha catch 22 cheers tho
james_lfc

I like streaming music via Bluetooth though haha catch 22 cheers tho


You can (on Android don't know about other Systems) pair the Media(A2DP) with one device and the Phone audio with another. I do this daily when I commute using my headphones:

1) When I walk to the station and to the office both A2DP/Media and phone audio to Phone
2) On the train if I get seat I can watch my tablet so switch A2DP/Media to my tablet, phone audio to Phone

Perhaps there is something you could do with the car along similar lines? Might be worth upgrading the firmware or check with the car maker to see if there is a problem, perhaps the one of the mics is not working correctly? Most car units have several mics some for cabin noise and some for voice. The DSP (Digital Signal Processors perform the "subtraction", "boost" and "clean up" / noise reduction" for calls)
frownbreaker

You can (on Android don't know about other Systems) pair the Media(A2DP) … You can (on Android don't know about other Systems) pair the Media(A2DP) with one device and the Phone audio with another. I do this daily when I commute using my headphones:1) When I walk to the station and to the office both A2DP/Media and phone audio to Phone 2) On the train if I get seat I can watch my tablet so switch A2DP/Media to my tablet, phone audio to PhonePerhaps there is something you could do with the car along similar lines? Might be worth upgrading the firmware or check with the car maker to see if there is a problem, perhaps the one of the mics is not working correctly? Most car units have several mics some for cabin noise and some for voice. The DSP (Digital Signal Processors perform the "subtraction", "boost" and "clean up" / noise reduction" for calls)



Thanks a lot for that! I have actually used android for years and I love it but I completely forgot I could uncheck the box for what I want to stream over bluetooth! Excellent tip mate cheers!
Ordered. Thanks.
Just ordered two, exactly what I need. Thanks for sharing.
A bit confused.. How does this connect to my car audio system in order to make use of my speakers?
Thankyou, ordered 2. Just had email from JL it also has a 2 year guarantee!
Thanks OP.
tom6195

A bit confused.. How does this connect to my car audio system in order to … A bit confused.. How does this connect to my car audio system in order to make use of my speakers?


It doesn't
aturner

It doesn't



So it's a loudspeaker itself?
Ordered, thanks - brilliant price
will this work with a blackberry z30?
tom6195

So it's a loudspeaker itself?


Yes but not very loud
just found a compatibility tool online and it looks like it is compatible. it looks like this clips to ths sun visor though does that mean that the visor has to be pulled down or pushed flush with the winddscreen in order to capture voice effeiciently?
Ordered , thanks to OP .
Can anyone recomend link or guide for set up?
horizon-in

Can anyone recomend link or guide for set up?


Everything is here parrot.com/uk/…hd/ including updating software and changing language
Great deal. Can these be connect to your car stereo via a jack lead or something?
Thanks OP, ordered one seems a cracking deal

Heat!
jono67

Great deal. Can these be connect to your car stereo via a jack lead or … Great deal. Can these be connect to your car stereo via a jack lead or something?


I think this is bluetooth based: "Listen to music - The Bluetooth Audio Streaming function means you can listen to any song on your phone by asking for it" Looking that the photo I cannot see any 3.5 mm out, but it seems to have a speaker built in. Look at the sketches on the home page, the home page talks about a 3W flat speaker parrot.com/uk/…hd/

There is daigram at the bottom of the home page and there is part of the device labelled "Speaker" this is 3W according to the text and does not distort even on full volume. Parrott sell at the high end of the market so would expect good performance from the built in speaker.

What audio inputs do you have on your car?

If you only have 3.5mm in then a 3.5mm to 3.5mm lead from your car stereo to your phone would let you listen to music / navigation.
If you have an older car with a tape deck the 3.5mm jack to cassette adaptor works really well. Both these provide excellent audio quality.


Edited by: "frownbreaker" 29th Dec 2015
Looks like you can't connect this to your car stereo unless someone knows different
crazy786

Looks like you can't connect this to your car stereo unless someone knows … Looks like you can't connect this to your car stereo unless someone knows different


You need a BT capable Head unit. You can add A2DP capability to an existing head unit. Something like this aliexpress.com/ite…0_5

To be honest you would be better off purchasing a unit that was not intended for BT. There are units that broadcast audio on FM so you just tune your exist car radio into the device. This works well and is Stereo ideal for music and calls. Simple setup as there is no wiring.thewirecutter.com/rev…eo/

If you have a 3.5mm input jack (best quality - better than BT or FM) something like this would be worth a look
ebay.co.uk/itm…167

The wirecutter article covers the other options for FM which model is best for music and which one is best for call quality.
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