Summary: This is my second CK3100 Parrot. After 2 years of use the first one would not sycronize with my new Blackberry 9650 Bold. It gave a "memory full" signal. I found out on the internet that other people were having simular problems because of a design flaw. I needed to download a software patch into the unit. That was complicated and I was out of time so I am starting over.
Summary: I had brought this product keeping in mind the amount of talking I do over the phone while driving. This product was installed by my dealer and the initial setup was smooth for me. The sync happened without a glitch, the voice dialing feature was done easily and it does recognise my voice very easily. Whenever a call comes, the auto answers picks up the call and I am able to hear the audio clearly. Nice product and useful for people who talk on phone while driving!
Summary: I installed this in my 2009 Honda Fit w/Nav. I bought the Quick Connect Products QCHON3 Non-Amplified Harness kit and the Actron CP5011 Panel, Trim and Molding Removal Set and both were indispensable for getting this job done. I have used a rechargeable bluetooth kit previously, but found it wanting.
Summary: I purchased this for installation in my 2008 Ford Taurus X after seeing others do the same on other online forums. The installation was a snap thanks to the quickconnect harness that was sold separately. I did not have to cut or splice any wires, and it was a breeze. It might have taken me a little over 1/2 hour. I installed the display on my dashboard just above my radio, and the microphone up above my rearview mirror.
Summary: I bought one for my company truck. The first one did not work at all. The second one worked great for about two weeks then the display quit. I like the concept and it is user friendly (then it works). I'll try one more before I give up on this model.