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Parrot CK3100 Advanced Bluetooth Car Kit

by Parrot
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  • Parrot 3100
  • Mutes the radio
  • Uses the car stereo speakers
  • Supports full voice-dialling
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 12.7 x 10.2 cm ; 454 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 599 g
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  • Item model number: CK3100LCD
  • ASIN: B000621SN0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Nov. 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
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Manufacturer's Description

With the Parrot CK3100, you will be able to place and receive calls in comfort and safety, without ever touching your mobile phone. The wireless connection between the CK3100 and the Bluetooth® phone and its voice recognition system is enabled as long as the phone is turned on. At a time when legislation is tightening up to restrict the use of mobile phones in vehicles due to safety concerns, Parrot CK3100 benefits are not just for the sake of convenience and comfort - they are fast becoming a real necessity. The Parrot CK3100 wirelessly connects with all Bluetooth® phones on the market-compatible with all brands. The display of the CK3100 provides information such as caller ID, carrier signal strength, or last calls received, in large well-contrasted digits easy to read at a glance.

Box Contains

  • CK3100 electronic control unit
  • Microphone with cable
  • Radio mute cable with line output (ISO cable)
  • Power supply cable
  • Display with buttons and cable
  • User guide in 7 languages

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    79 of 81 people found the following review helpful By OcusF on 25 Nov. 2006
    Excellent product and very easy to install if using the ISO connectors. One thing the instructions don't mention is if you don't get a 'goodbye' message when you turn off the ignition you need to swap the power wires over. Easily done at the in-line fuse holders. Red to orange and orange to red.

    This should solve the problem of lost settings and ensure the product works as intended.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on 21 Jan. 2011
    Installed into a Honda CRV 2002. Fixed the mic to the map reading light cluster just in front of the rear view mirror. Positioned the display just below the radio.

    Crystal clear audio on both ends of the calls tested up to 55mph. Car's cabin noise quite high from road noise and climate control was on high, none of this noticed on the other end of the phone.

    Installer made the error of forgetting to swap the 2 live feeds around (Known install glitch with this model) and it was rectified instantly. Be sure to get your installer to test that the unit holds its settings (Language, volumes etc) once the ignition is turned off and back on.

    A couple of things I really like about this model

    - Auto dimming display, perfect when night driving.
    - This does not claim to be a bluetooth music device, but I played music files from my nokia e52 whilst paired with the 3100 and amazingly it came out the speakers with average quality sound. I listened to an internet radio station which I was playing on my phone whilst I drove around town, pretty neat! (control is obviously via the phone, the 3100 merely sends it to the speakers)
    - The ring tone on your phone is played when a call comes in (unlike other makes where it plays a standard ring regardless of the phone)
    - Signal and battery displayed
    - Separate volume setting for ring and in-call (unlike others where you turn up the volume in a call and then nearly have an accident when the next call rings because you left it loud)

    The buttons are solid and the backlit display is easy to read even with a pretty strong sun glare on it.

    Pairing was simple, just use the phone to search for a new audio device, enter 1234 code and hey presto.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By What's up Doc on 21 Sept. 2010
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    Pros:
    Great device, works first time nearly every time. Good clear operating system with clear audio.

    Cons:
    Sometimes doesn't connect first time every time. Could be phone rather than Parrot tho. Reset both and it works fine.
    Sometimes the names get mixed up. When someone is calling, a name for the wrong person would appear. If your dialing out it always works tho. If you select the correct name in the phone book it will call that person. Only on a redial will it come up with the wrong name on dial out but it will still call the last dialed number.
    Reception details are not always updated quickly. You could be driving along with what looks like full bars then all of a sudden the phone drops off the network and the parrot reading full reception.

    Conclusion:
    Even with all these faults, it's a great system and would not be without it. I use it with my Samsung I8910 HD and it's fantastic. Brother also uses the same device with his Iphone S3. Works great as well.
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    62 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Andy H on 26 Nov. 2007
    I brought this through amazon nice fast delivery
    Easy to fit (once I got the stereo out ) All the cables were supplied take out the two iso fittings from the stereo, fit the two supplied in there place, then fit the two from the stereo (the ones you pulled out)into the sockets on the new cables, these connect to the blue control box which you hide under the dash some where.
    Fit the display on the dash with one of the supplied brackets (the mic can sit on the top of the display)run the cable from the display and the mic back to the blue control box job done.
    Pair up the device and away you go the sound quality is great far better than other kits I've used.
    Easy to set voice dial, see your phone book etc
    In fact a great bit of kit
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    76 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Bill on 13 Aug. 2008
    I had mine professionally installed so encountered no issues there.

    I find I have to manually activate the voice-recognition prompt by pushing the green button, but then have no problem in the unit recognising the name I want to phone. Not as it should be, but not a major issue.

    The main and very serious criticism is the sound quality at the "other" end. The person I'm speaking to, invariably has real difficulties in hearing me because of background noise - the faster the vehicle speed, the worse the reception for the other party.

    In the car, I can hear very well so am not distracted by having to strain to hear what is being said, but many times I've been asked to call back when I've finished my journey because I can't be heard. That is not acceptable.

    My daughter has the same CK3100 and experiences the same problem - above 50mph hearing by the other party becomes difficult and does reach the level of impossible. I drive a Focus any daughter a Yaris so bigger vehicles with less background-noise may not suffer as badly.

    I assume this problem is recognised by the manufacturer as some other Parrot units have 2 microphones but I don't know if these units are better.

    This is a real and not exaggerated problem - if you want to buy a Parrot, check out the units with 2 microphones and test it at the other end, with the vehicle travelling at 55mph+ not inside the car where reception is excellent.
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