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Parrot PMK5800--anyone got one?

Thinking of buying the Parrot 5800 hands free kit and was wondering if any forum members have bought one and are they any good?
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The 3100 is the daddy, ive never seen that one
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The 3100 is the daddy, ive never seen that one
I agree, the 3100 is a good handsfree. I have the 3200 which is the same but with a colour screen. I may have a 3100 to sell, just need to test it.

Havnt heard of the Parrot 5800, if i were you i would def go for the 3100, its cheap and easy(ish!) to install....
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The PMK 5800 looks like a "plug-in" device for the cigarette lighter rather than a wire-in solution (like the 3100).

Also, have a look here:

Adding a blue tooth hands free solution - Civinfo Wiki

Parrot - Parrot PMK5800 - Portable Bluetooth hands-free kit - Speakerphone



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The PMK 5800 looks like a "plug-in" device for the cigarette lighter rather than a wire-in solution (like the 3100).

Also, have a look here:

Adding a blue tooth hands free solution - Civinfo Wiki

Parrot - Parrot PMK5800 - Portable Bluetooth hands-free kit - Speakerphone
Yeh i seen that it was the plug in version, sound/mic quality cant be that good...
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Yeh i seen that it was the plug in version, sound/mic quality cant be that good...

This is why I would like to hear from someone who has one,,,,,,,going for the plug and play version simply because I can then transfer it into HGV/PSV with the aid of a dropper.
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This is why I would like to hear from someone who has one,,,,,,,going for the plug and play version simply because I can then transfer it into HGV/PSV with the aid of a dropper.
Some reviews on amazon here:

Amazon.com: Parrot PMK5800 Plug n?Play Bluetooth Hands-Free Kit: Electronics

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Yes.........got one but not in the Civic as I have the Honda HFT. Can really recomend it .!!!
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