Summary: I have been using the Mini for a number of years and decided to upgrade and I am very pleased with this model, however I would have given it 5 stars if you could voice tag same as the Mini so that you can get rid of that distorted horrible voice I think Parrot has gone backwards, but other than that...
Summary: Hook up easy, Easy to use, Looks great even in a Mercedes
Cons: In a 2002 CLK 320 the battery wire has no power, so you have to make a wire hook up for it , but it is easy to do cause the radio has a battery fuse right there close by that it took two mins. to do.
Summary: I had an older version of the Parrot in my older truck which was starting to act up. I purchased the MKi9200 because of the direction I got from the guy that sold me the first one. I was very happy at the upgrades that were made to this one compared to the older model.
Pros: Fairly inexpensive way to get hands free in an older vehicle that works well and is easy to use.
Summary: If you have an older car that doesn't have hands free kit of USB/iPod connectivity then this is ideal. The stated features work very well indeed and its well worth getting a Halfords techy to fit it for £49.99 - as with my car an 07 Mini Cooper S with integrated Sat Nav, this took about 4 hours!!!!
Summary: I bought this unit to replace a external visor mounted Bluetooth device that was not very efficient. I looked at what Crutchfield had to offer and liked the interface, screen and features of this unit.
Pros: Love the fact that this unit will plug right in without cutting into the factory harness.
Nice user interface and easy to setup device.
Cons: I have two phones Windows and Iphone. The Windows phone blocked this device from syncing contacts to it. The IPhone synced right up without prompting or asking for permission. Not sure if this is an issue for most but I would prefer an option before all my phone information transferred over.