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    My lovely wife is getting me a Parrot MKi9100 for Christmas. Can some people post pics of their Parrots for me, I'm interested in finding the best way to get the cable for the display out from behind the dashboard while keeping it neat. As this model can also play music, i'll need to get the cable with the ipod connector through too.

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    I have the mki9000 and have routed the cable for the ipod to cubby under the armrest, it's tidy and keeps the iPod out of sight.

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    I cant post any pics as i have now removed mine (MKi9200), however i installed mine with the display attched to the lid of the ashtray. The reason behind this, is with the screen removed, the small bracket could be turned and then the lid of the ashtry closed so as nothing was left visible when the car was parked up.

    The cable for the ipod/usb was routed around the back of the dashboard into the glove box, and the main box stuck to the bottom of the headunit bracket. All parrot cables and quadlock loom then bundled up and secured to the bulkhead.

    Hope this helps.

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    Mine comes out in the arm rest bit. but out the back part of it with the ipod resting in the lil cubby bit so those in the back can plug into it as well.

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    I think I'll try to bring the iPod cable out from the cubby below the heater controls. it'll be an iPhone I'll be using so I dont need to worry about it being out of site since I never leave it in the car. regards the parrot display, perhaps I could bring it through one of the blanks beside the stereo where the TC buttons etc are meant to be?

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