Parrot Mk6000 Stereo Bluetooth Car Kit

By: Anna More

Not one for long lonely drives? The Parrot MK6000 stereo Bluetooth car kit will take away the humdrum from cruising, and connect you with your music and friends. The drive becomes "loaded" with music and friends without going afoul with the law.

This car gadget weighs 1.38 lbs or 0.63 and is compatible with several mobile phone brands that are Bluetooth enhanced. A professional car mechanic can do the installation of the kit in your car's dashboard. It takes up very little space actually but gives a packed performance. You get all the music you can get with top quality audio coming from this little contraption.

The Parrot MK6000 stereo Bluetooth car kit is the first ever hands-free car kit for music. Bluetooth technology is a Swedish innovation that allows data and voice to be transferred via a short distance radio link. It hooks up with a wide variety of electronic devices without the use of cables and wires.

How does it work? The latest signal processing technology makes the Parrot Mk6000 capable of playing MP3 music uploaded via Bluetooth. The music is then directed to the car's speakers, loud and clear. As a tool for communications, the Bluetooth, makes it easy for you to call a number without resorting to one-hand driving. The Parrot phone book reads out the names and you prompt the Parrot with your choice. This voice synthesis technology is becoming a way of life for those on the road most of the time.

You can pair your Parrot MK6000 with five connections simultaneously. When you talk on the phone, the device mutes all background noise and when the call is over, the music continues. With an iPod you can have a vast repertoire, so take it along. The iPod is compatible with the Parrot MK6000 when it supports the AVR/CP profile.

The microphones can be attached on the rear view mirror or on the dashboard for your convenience. These are equipped with "Parrot Beamforming

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