The Parrot Zik Bluetooth headphones offer a wireless connection with your compatible Bluetooth phone or device for simple hands-free calls and music streaming. The right earcup features a touch panel so you can answer calls or skip tracks with the swipe of a finger.
Parrot's MINIKIT Neo universal Bluetooth car kit clips on your visor, then links up with your compatible phone to give you hands-free calling and much, much more.
Ralph Graves, Ken Nail
Crutchfield experts Ken and Ralph discuss Parrot Bluetooth car kits. Parrot kits make it easy to add wireless connectivity to any car and on any budget. From simple hands-free calling, to playing music from your iPod or MP3 player on your car stereo, Parrot makes it possible.
Parrot's ASTEROID Mini multimedia system with Bluetooth offers you the same handy features you'll find in their ASTEROID in-dash digital media receiver, but with a 3.2" screen that you can mount on your dash or another convenient location in your vehicle.
Bluetooth® is becoming a common feature of in-dash receivers. But are all Bluetooth equipped receivers created equal? Our test panel takes a look at eight of our Bluetooth receivers, and rates them on some key features.
Bluetooth® is fast becoming a popular feature on car receivers. We take a look at eight different in-dash receivers equipped with Bluetooth connectivity and run them through a series of tests at the Crutchfield Labs.
Bluetooth® wireless technology can be a great benefit in the car, where we tend to juggle gadgets plugged into the stereo. Find out what it takes to add hands-free talking and wireless music streaming to your car stereo.
Bluetooth® hands-free calling can be a great benefit in the car, especially when it's integrated into your car stereo. Watch this video for a quick look at what it takes to add hands-free talking and wireless music streaming to your car stereo.
Many new vehicles incorporate climate controls and other features into their factory radios, making it difficult to install a new stereo. Car stereo manufacturers have responded with a variety of products for upgrading your factory radio. Don't want to replace your radio? Charlie Pastorfield reviews some of your options.