Get in the car, hide the iPhone in the glove box and enjoy the music with the vision of the covers, the controls on the steering wheel, the call with voice dialing, the selection of music from other sources such as USB audio sticks and all with the ability to answer hands-free calling through a quality microphone.
To do all this you do not need an expensive integrated system but just have a Parrot MKi 9200 installed on your car with radio supplied or aftermarket that has a compatible input from a good electrician.
The cost of 200 Euros but with these you get: – Photo of the caller – Voice recognition of the name and relative call using the iPhone address book – Menu and playlist settings – Display of album covers – Display of complete agenda and its automatic synchronization – Audio effects – playback of devices connected via Bluetooth A2D
For more information, please refer to this page on the Parrot website.
For those who do not want to use the colored 2.4 ″ display and want to spend less while maintaining a different level of versatility and in any case always taking advantage of the voice commands and multiple inputs, there are two lower cost models from 129 and 149 Euro: these are respectively of MKi 9000 and MKi 9100 that you see portraits in the photo above.
The first has no display and vocally manages the identity of the caller while the second has a monitor that shows the menu list and partial playlist settings, input device as well as name and number.
Below, on the other hand, you can enjoy a video-demo of some of the 9200's capabilities grappling with the recognition of the covers of the songs played by the iPhone and with the voice command for calls and the relative response of the hands-free kit.
Parrot MKi 9200 Kit for iPhone and iPod – Best of Expo Paris 08 for macitynet.it from Settimio Perlini on Vimeo.