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Parrot CK3100 Advanced Bluetooth HF kit


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I just installed the Parrot CK3100 Advanced Bluetooth Hands-Free Kit in my 997S. I replaced the Motorola IHF1000 I had previously installed. The Motorola kit came with a small external speaker, thus leaving the Bose system untouched.

The Parrot CK3100 is much better than the Motorola IHF1000. It has a small LCD display that shows (on certain phones) cell phone signal strength and the number for incoming calls. My phone is a Motorola V600 (T-Mobile). The Parrot automatically synchronized my cell phone Phonebook with itself. It is capable of voice dialing and a few other voice commands.

I used the Motorola external speaker, although I was assured by the distributor, nicestuffonline.com, that I can splice into the wires for the door speakers without any problem.

You can check out expansys.com. They have this device for about $190 plus shipping and has them in stock.

I placed the mic between the visor and the trim over the driver's door. The LCD display I placed on a Lexan bracket that is stuck to the side of the dash trim piece just to the right of the steering wheel. I can see the display just below the right steering wheel spoke. The Parrot control box is stuck to the back of the glove box. You have to love 3M's heavy-duty double-sided tape. A mute input to the back of the PCM mutes the radio when a call is placed or received.

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I just installed the Parrot CK3100 Advanced Bluetooth Hands-Free Kit in my 997S. I replaced the Motorola IHF1000 I had previously installed. The Motorola kit came with a small external speaker, thus leaving the Bose system untouched.

The Parrot CK3100 is much better than the Motorola IHF1000. It has a small LCD display that shows (on certain phones) cell phone signal strength and the number for incoming calls. My phone is a Motorola V600 (T-Mobile). The Parrot automatically synchronized my cell phone Phonebook with itself. It is capable of voice dialing and a few other voice commands.

I used the Motorola external speaker, although I was assured by the distributor, nicestuffonline.com, that I can splice into the wires for the door speakers without any problem.

You can check out expansys.com. They have this device for about $190 plus shipping and has them in stock.

I placed the mic between the visor and the trim over the driver's door. The LCD display I placed on a Lexan bracket that is stuck to the side of the dash trim piece just to the right of the steering wheel. I can see the display just below the right steering wheel spoke. The Parrot control box is stuck to the back of the glove box. You have to love 3M's heavy-duty double-sided tape. A mute input to the back of the PCM mutes the radio when a call is placed or received.

I am installing the same system. How do you remove trim where mike is placed. :help:

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