PARROT Bluetooth

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We can supply and fit the full PARROT range either at our workshop or for your convenience we offer a mobile fitting service. If the PARROT kit your looking for is not listed then please give us a call.
  
   Listed below are the most popular car kits available:
 
  Life made easier: Just turn on the engine. Drive. Talk. It's that simple !     
 
 
   MKI 9200 CAR KIT
 

The Parrot MKi9200 is a Bluetooth hands-free system with a 2.4-inch high-resolution TFT colour screen. A wireless remote control can be positioned on the steering wheel or dashboard and allows the driver to control all the functions of the MKi9200.
In addition to conventional phone functions - pick up, hang up, dual calls - the Parrot MKi9200 boasts cutting-edge phone functions: automatic phonebook synchronisation, voice recognition, contact management (up to 2,000 per phone), call records, and so on.
Its colour screen displays the phonebook, caller ID and photo, phone information and user settings. The menus and phonebook are also audible for easier, more intuitive use.
 
Listen to your digital music in the car
 
The Parrot MKi9200 is also gifted for music. Supplied with a specific cable, it is compatible with all music sources, such as iPods, iPhones, USB flash drives, Bluetooth stereo (A2DP) phones, MP3 players and any other analogue players. The Parrot MKi9200 also features an SDHC-compatible SD card reader on the side of the screen.
The MKi9200 displays the full playlist along with the name of the artist, the title and even the corresponding album cover in colour when available on the iPod, iPhone or USB flash drive.
Music is delivered through all the car's speakers, giving the driver and passengers exceptional sound quality.

      PARROT CK3100

The Parrot CK3100 LCD is the most renowned hands-free car kit on the market. With the Parrot CK3100 LCD, you will be able to place and receive calls in comfort and safety, without ever touching your mobile phone.

The wireless connection between the Parrot CK3100 LCD and the Bluetooth phone system is enabled as long as the phone is turned on,

The kit is seamlessly integrated to the car’s audio system, The car's speakers then accurately reproduce the caller's voice. The external microphone captures the sound of your voice while filtering out the surrounding noise.

At a time when legislation is tightening up to restrict the use of mobile phones in vehicles due to safety concerns, Parrot CK3100 LCD benefits are not just for the sake of convenience and comfort - they are fast becoming a real necessity.


 PARROT CK3000

The Parrot CK3000 Evolution hands-free Car Kit offers the convenience of voice recognition and outstanding sound quality by using your car's sound system as a receiver.

It features a discreet and extremely sober design and fits seamlessly inside the car. In the event of a call, the car radio automatically cut outs, so that the speakers can transmit the conversation, and the microphone clearly reproduces the sound of your voice.

When users get in their car, they start the engine and the kit immediately connects to their mobile phone. Thanks to the voice recognition feature, drivers say a name and the kit automatically dials the number.

Keep your hands on the wheel and guarantee your safety.


THE LAW
 

Since 1 December 2003 it has been illegal to drive in the UK while using a hand held mobile phone. Previous to this legislation the only way a motorist would face prosecution for using a mobile phone would be if they were charged with failing to keep control of their car while they were using it.

When the 2003 law first came into effect it was largely ignored, leading to debate over whether or not the £30 fixed penalty notice was enough of a deterrent. Although more than 75,000 penalty notices were given out in 2004, many drivers still blatantly flouted the law and it was decided that the fine was not effective enough. From 27 February 2007 it doubled to £60 (rising to up to £1000 should the case be taken to court), and driving while using a hand-held mobile phone became an endorsable offence, with 3 penalty points added to the offender's licence.