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    I am after a way of using my phone hands free in my car, i have looked at a lot of solutions, but i would like to know what you have done and rough cost and how easy it is to do ?

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    Parrot Bluetooth around 100 or new headunit like me

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    nokia bluetooth kit new of the bay £31 delivered

    then wired it to my cd70

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    Depends on what you would like to be able to do of course. BUT the Parrot 9200i can do your bluetooth phone (it even handles 2 different phones at once) plus it give you ipod/iphone and any other USB media input too, together with streaming music from your phone.
    I'm well chuffed with mine - Seperate USB device connection / iPhone/etc connection / even a jack plug connection + an SD Card reader in the display unit ! (When an incoming call comes in, it asks you if you want to accept/reject it....Marvellous for putting off all those gals that keep phoning up .............. I wish LOL)

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    I have a Parrot handsfree kit, I've had it a few years and used it on 3 different cars. I dont think they sell mine anymore but for £75 there's this one http://www.google.co.uk/products/cat...ed=0CH8Q8wIwBA

    I bought my girlfriend a Kenwood stereo with built-in bluetooth and its pretty poor - nowhere near as good as my Parrot, nowhere near as good as my Parrot (get it?)

    The Kenwood has either the option of using a built-in mic or you can plug in an external one, but even with the external one (with the mic closer to the driver's mouth) it's still poor.

    They're pretty easy to fit - you just plug them into your existing ISO connectors at the back of your stereo

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    get and aux in on your radio and connect your phone to the aux it plays the call through the speakers in the car then what i do is just put my phone on the dash on a non slip mat click answer and can have a conversation for hours no problems

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