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    Hi, was in my mates Seat last night, hes got a Parrot kit which interupts his stereo, and runs through his speakers etc. Only thing is, its an aftermarket head unit!

    Ideally, id like to do the same on my car, but with the standard stereo? Can it be done? I have a new blackberry 8900, any suggestions, or recommendations please?

    Mike

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    parrot mki range with a sot lead one hour to install yourself

    comes with streaming bluetooth stereo
    a 3.5mm stereo jack
    usb plug
    ipod connector


    or pay a monkey £60+ quid to bodge it and scarper!!

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    I have a mki9200, brilliant bit of kit, works really well with my Blackberry Bold. I bought it for £159.99 with fitting @ halfords and did a really good job of the install. Only problem I have found is that if you use the USB, everything needs to be coded in MP3, all my stuff is coded in M4a (ipod coding) and the parrot misses it all on any other type of mp3 player, even though it works on the player when it isn't plugged into the parrot.

    My ipod is too old to suppor the parrot, so I have tried several mp3 players, including my new Nokia 5800 phone, which plays them fine, but when plugged into the parrot, the kit can't see them

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    Brilliant thanks very much chaps! Sorry for the late reply!

    So, whats involved? Do i need to slide out my headunit and tap into one of the wires or summit? Will my headunit be coded? Or is it not like that anymore nowadays?

    Cheers

    Mike

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    No worries now... seen the other thread going on right now! Very imformative... it answers all my questions

    Mike

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