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Parrot MKi9200 UK Bluetooth Car Kit

by Parrot
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Product details

  • Item Weight: 1.7 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 721 g
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  • Item model number: MKi9200 UK
  • ASIN: B001OQ0TPU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 28 Aug. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)

Product Description

Bluetooth cart Kit, HFP/A2DP/AVRCP/OPP/PBAP EXT DOUBLE3 MIC, DSP-3, MULTIPLE CONNECTORS - iPODS (G5) USB AND LINE IN. TEXT TO SPEECH, USER INDEPENDENT VOICE RECOGNITION

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Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By T. Fletcher on 23 April 2011
I fitted mine yesterday - I used the Autodata cable and that was it - evertyhing worked first time, mute etc. It is amazing - BT connects automatically when you switch the ignition on, even if you are mid-call, it transfers it to the Hands Free automatically. Music playback is very high quality, and you have a variety of sources, BT from phone, SD card in unit, or via the external connectors. I just upgraded mine to the latest version of the software by the USB input, a job that took about a minute. Audio quality is fantastic from the phone - doesnt sound like you are driving.

All in all can't praise this combo highly enough. If you want a BT car kit and this is in your price range, buy it.

Tim Fletcher
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. J. Garrett on 5 Mar. 2010
This device was the only solution to ipod playback and hands-free phone use in my model of car, and mostly it's brilliant. There are some negative things to say, though. Firstly, when first installed the ipod connection really didn't work at all. My installer willingly reviewed his work and a replacement connecting umbilicus provided a cure - reading around, problems with dubious leads and connectors are a not uncommon observation amoung Parrot users, so bear this in mind if you do encounter a glitch. Secondly, I have no problem with compatibility with my phone but make sure you check on the Parrot website that your specific model is supported - Parrot offers regular firmware updates but it is apparent from user forums that not everybody is happy all the time, and some owners end up completely fed up. Finally, there are two quirks of Parrot operation that I now accept as facts of life - skipping through playlists using the alphabet just doesn't work (all Parrot owners know this) and the unit will occasionally crash for no obvious reason and require re-booting. In summary, the thing is far from perfect and can infuriate, but crucially it remains just too useful to tear out and throw away. Sound quality is tops too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Williams on 10 Dec. 2014
I bought this and had it fitted with Halfords about 4 months ago.

Positives:
Plays music really well, and has a "Virtual Superbass" option to really bring out the bass for those who like to rumble down the road. Seems to recognise most forms of mp3 & mp4 encoding (quality). Supports USB, an aux-in and the older iPhones with leads for each.
The options are all reasonably easy to understand and navigate without a manual.

Negatives:
The voice that speaks to you is pretty rubbish. It can't even pronounce "Mum", which you'd have thought a hell of a lot of people would have on their phone. Instead, it pronounces it "Moom". Other words (too many to list here) are also pronounced so ridiculously that you would feel embarrassed to use the feature with passengers (or business associates!) in.
The voice recognition software is also pretty crap. Maybe because it doesn't know what a "Mum" is, it can't understand you very well. I often find myself frustrated, and after several aborted attempts (calling the wrong people, etc etc) I have to take my attention away from driving just to make a simple call, using the manual contact options.

Summary:
I'm on Firmware version 2.2, which is the latest software for the unit, as I write this review. This could be so much better. Parrot need to sort out the voice bit, basically. If you are mainly going to use it to play music, there are plenty of other options out there. If not, well, this is definitely not the best for making hands-free calls! So I guess I don't recommend it.
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Firstly, I didn't buy the Parrot MKi9200 through Amazon. I got it from work via Vodafone/Unipart. Initially I thought it was brilliant - a neat looking screen, simple interface, good call quality and very good voice recognition. I connect my iPhone via Bluetooth to listen to music too and the clarity is excellent.

The problem is that the control unit keeps losing contact, so you can't initiate or end calls, change the volume or use any of the menus. At first I thought I was doing something wrong. Then I changed the batteries. Then I had the unit replaced. Fine for 6 months then the same fault. Then again. Then again. I am actually now waiting for my third replacement unit and have had dozens and dozens of service calls. The service I've had from Vodafone/Unipart has been excellent throughout, very helpful staff who keep escalating it to the manufacturer but seemingly get nothing back.

It's infuriating and dangerous that you can't use the unit as designed. I can't understand how I can be so unlucky as to have had this many faulty units - there must be a design or manufacturing error here that others must have experienced?

As I say, when it works it is excellent, but no piece of technology should have to be replaced three times in 18 months! Avoid!
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The device itself is fine - it automatically connects to your phone when you get in the car and happily streams your favourite tunes all day long. However, the voice activated controls are infuriating - no matter how clearly you speak it often struggles to comprehend what you're saying.

More importantly the remote is utterly useless. My first remote worked fine for about three days then became intermittent to say the least; working about 10% of the time; meaning that 90% of the time I was unable to control the volume or make a call using the device.

I googled the problem and found that it was extremely common. The most common reason given was that the remote had poorly designed battery connections. The solution suggested was to bend the connectors with a screwdriver. I tried this but it didn't seem to work.

I then decided to purchase a brand new remote. I have experienced exactly the same issues with this new remote; worked for a few days before working around 10% of the time.

This is wholly unacceptable for such an expensive piece of kit. I would not recommend buying this product.
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