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    Default Parrot Minikit

    Just gone and bought one from http://www.mobilefun.co.uk/product/12036.htm

    Hopefully it'll keep the missus out of trouble calling me each morning on her way to work!

    Anyone else got one - any good?
    All reviews I've read so far are very complimentary!

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    Hey that looks cool

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    i've been thinking that i need to get me one of these or something similar.

    the only thing i don't like is that it needs charging, personally i would prefer something that is hardwired, which means you can just install it and forget about it.

    will be interested in your review though

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    Hmm may invest . Looks good quality too.

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    I've not had a parrott one, but have tried several of the same type.

    I wasn't that impressed with the sound quality. They seem to pick up on the back ground noise as well as you talking so even the person you're calling has difficulty.

    I personally have a Tomtom 910 satnav unit which also has a bluetooth handsfree built in and the quality is superb

    the cheaper tomtom 510 also has this - depends how far you want to go/spend and what you want it for I suppose!!

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    Carphone warehouse are doing a THB bluetooth kit for £60,thats a hardwired kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2.2 Direct SRi View Post
    the cheaper tomtom 510 also has this - depends how far you want to go/spend and what you want it for I suppose!!
    I use the Parrot 3200 LS hardwired into the VXRD and I also use the TomTom500 which has Bluetooth Handsfree & European Maps. Brilliant for when I'm not in the VXRD, truly superb piece of kit....

    In fact, it will be accompanying me on the Germany trip as a back up to the Vauxhall CrapNav system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyreman View Post
    Carphone warehouse are doing a THB bluetooth kit for £60,thats a hardwired kit.
    is this system any good? i'll have to look into as a mate of mine works at a CPW

    Quote Originally Posted by spoons View Post
    I use the Parrot 3200 LS hardwired into the VXRD[COLOR=black]
    heard good things about the 3200 LS, £115 on that website.

    i almost know the answer but i'll ask anyway.....did you fit it yourself steve? if so, was it difficult

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    Thb is good quality i've had there kits in the past.Most phone kits are only 6 wires at most less if use an adapter lead or the speaker in the box.

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    I've got the Parrot 3200ls fitted in my car, A great piece of kit and simple to use for me and the Mrs phone. Only downsides are, I have to charge my phone every other day with the bluetooth switched on and I am unable to adjust the volume through the stereo! anything over 50 mph and I can hardly hear it. But I have a cunning plan for the charging- http://discussions.nokia.co.uk/discu...essage.id=3660

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