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Parrot MKi9000 Advanced Bluetooth hands-free car kit for iPod

Parrot MKi9000 Superior Bluetooth arms-cost-free car kit for iPod

Parrot MKi9000 Advanced Bluetooth hands-free car kit for iPod

  • Created for iPod
  • Manufactured for Iphone
  • Wi-fi Remote Handle
  • Palms Cost-free Driving and Tunes Streaming
  • Integrates with your Auto

Bluetooth Screenless Palms-Totally free Method No Require For A Screen-Technique Provides A Voice Menu For Accessing Its Features Blends In Seamlessly Inside Any Motor vehicle Automated Phonebook Synchronization Education-Free Multi-Speaker Voice Recognition Speech Synthesis Of Names In Phonebook Make contact with Administration-Up To 2,000 Contacts For each Cellphone Simple Installation

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  1. Pen Name
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    DIY – Honda Accord 2006 EXL, March 9, 2010
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    It works flawlessly for hands free calling and Bluetooth stereo music. I use it with my iPhone 3GS. Have been using this for 3 days now. I picked this over Parrot MKi9200 Advanced Color Display Bluetooth Hands-Free Car Kit and Parrot MKi9100 Advanced Bluetooth Hands-Free Car Kit because we did not want a display sticking out on the dash. If you are planning to install this by yourself I would recommend don’t try without Honda Bluetooth® Wiring Harness Integrates Bluetooth cell phone kits with factory stereos in select vehicles, 2003-up or a similar product.

    Pros:
    - Easy to install
    - Good quality microphone (it is hidden in the bin below the stereo and still picks up voice from the rear seat)
    - Voice dial is great
    - Spoken caller id (no need for a display)
    - Bluetooth stereo
    - Ports for your MP3 players

    Cons:
    - None major I can find at this point

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  2. J. White
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Own 2 of these. Recommend to anyone, March 5, 2011
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    One year prior to this purchase, I bought the MKi9200 for my Honda Accord. I love it. But I found that I simply didn’t use the video screen for anything other than firmware updates. I purchased the MKi9000 for my 2005 Pilot. The only difference in the 9000 and 9200 is the display unit. Without the display I flashed the firmware on the 9000 without any issue. The device will ‘speak’ to you through each option. Would buy this again.

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  3. M. Thompson
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Bluetooth solution for 2004 Honda Pilot, December 9, 2011
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    M. Thompson (San Carlos, CA USA) –
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    Short version: I’m a very happy user of the Parrot MKi9000 hands-free car kit.

    Long version: After trying cheaper bluetooth products based on FM radio transmitters and such for my older 2004 Honda Pilot, I finally needed to find a higher quality solution that would work correctly all the time. Looking at various hands-free kits, I settled on the Parrot MKi9000. As I was doing the installation myself, I also bought the Metra BT-1721-A Aftermarket Bluetooth Integration Harness for Honda/Acura 1998 and Up available from Amazon as well.

    Self installation was a bit of a challenge. First, loosening and removal of the headboard and dashboard panels on my Pilot to install the microphone and route it to the center console was not easy and probably outside the capabilities of most people. Without access to the service manual for the vehicle installation would have been too difficult for me. Second, the Parrot and the integration harness came with very sparse documentation. Clearly the manufacturer assumed most people would pursue professional installation. However, with the harness, it’s not too difficult to figure out how things should connect to the existing radio. Everything just plugs together without a single wire needing to be cut. Wiring the Parrot was the easiest part of the job, messing with the dashboard panels without damaging them was the hardest. Also, in addition to the microphone, the auxiliary inputs to the Parrot need to be routed to a convenient location — the center console in my case.

    Once installed, the Parrot unit works perfectly. It immediately sync’d with my iPhone’s phonebook and speaks the names on incoming calls. People on the other end of a call can hear me loud and clear. The unit will properly silence my radio on incoming calls or when I’m listening to music or audiobooks on my iPhone. In addition to bluetooth connectivity which is great for short car trips, it does have three auxiliary ports: iPod/iPhone, USB and standard audio jack. The iPod/iPhone port will let me keep my phone charged on long trips and utilizes the full audio capabilities of the iPod interface. The USB interface is cool in that it lets you throw some MP3 audio files on a USB flash drive for listening while driving. The audio jack will plug into any headphone connector so any device will play audio through the Parrot on your car speakers.

    Overall, I’m very pleased with the Parrot MKi9000. With it, it’s as if my older Pilot included Bluetooth as an OEM solution. I’m also happy I opted for the simpler Parrot model as I don’t need the display on the higher end units. The voice based menu system is perfect for my needs.

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