You are already familiar with the French manufacturer Parrot from reviews that we have done for some car kit solutions, some of them perfect, others made with compromises. The Bluetooth car kits are roughly divided in two types: those which are installed and therefore are attached to your car’s audio system and those that are just plugged in the lighter. The model that we are reviewing here is CK3000 Evolution and it has the apparently smallest installation kit from the manufacturer. It is connected by a wire to the car’s stereo and is used for the incoming sound so that you’re not limited by the kit’s small and poor-quality loudspeakers.
The sales package includes:
Control Unit + attachment tools
Universal Radio Mute
Cables for connecting the Universal Radio Mute to the car cables and to the radio.
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