Parrot MK6000 - new music-dedicated car-kit with Bluetooth


Parrot just announced their latest car-kit solution, and the first dedicated to music Bluetooth car-kit that requires installation. The small navigation box should be connected with your car's stereo system, and when it gets your music in MP3 format through Bluetooth connection with the phone (A2DP – Advanced Audio Distribution – is supported), it will start playing it using the car's stereo. As it is music-dedicated, you have fast access to play/pause and previous/next options via dedicated keys, and so you can easily control your music without taking your eyes off the road.

Parrot MK6000 paired with a phone and installed in a car

The MK6000 uses the manufacturer's new technology called Parrot Beamforming that utilizes a couple of microphones, instead of a single one, to pick the driver's voice more efficiently, while reducing the surround noise even better than before.

The dual-microphone

Source: Parrot

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