Parrot 3400 LS-GPS Bluetooth Car Kit Review


Parrot are a French manufacturer that uses the Bluetooth technology as a base for all of their products, no matter if they're intended for use in your home or your car, like the one we review. About three years ago we reviewed the Parrot DriveBlue which was one of the first car kits that did not need installation. This time we're testing Parrot 3400 LS-GPS – a high-level car kit, featuring color display and an integrated GPS for navigation via smartphone or Pocket PC.


The kit is attached to your car's speakers so there are a few cables included in the package, as well as a universal muter which connects the device to almost any radio with ISO or other standard jacks. This box actually mutes the sounds of the music player when commencing a new call or when an incoming one occurs – this way you will make a conversation and you will hear the other person's voice clearly through the audio system of your car.

The navigation is done via a separate unit that features a color display, two buttons, Navigation Wheel, and GPS and Bluetooth antennas. This module is connected to the mute box via cables and to your phone via Bluetooth.


3400 LS-GPS Package Content:

  • Control Unit + attachment tools

  • Universal Radio Mute

  • Cables for connecting the Universal Radio Mute to the car cables and to the radio.

  • Microphone + attachment clips

  • User Manuals

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