Awesome job! This is definately saved in Favourites! Will be doing something similar (well, OK I'll be copying you), but I have a couple questions:spiwrx said:
Thanks for the reply. One way or another, there's a harness, I just gotta figure which is the best one.spiwrx said:I cannot help you with the harness, I suggest you call or email quick connect. Their support was really helpful when I did this article.
As for the Parrot, this is purely a matter of what features are important to you. For me it was size. Once the unit is set up you really only need the 'Call & 'end' button most other features I still use directly from our phones. The lager displays are cool, but are you really going to use them? or is it just going to a novelty and go unused once the 'shine' has worn off? From my experience probably he latter...
Sorry I couldn't give you specific answers. Perhaps another way to tell which radio you have would be to pull the radio. It can be done rather quickly....
I've bought a CK3100 like yours, but I've contacted quickconnect products and hfvt for advice and it is very conflicting. I know I should just pop the HU out and send it to them, but I was wondering can you tell me your vehicle model.spiwrx said:
It has its own amp. if you're HU is off, you can play music from the media cable and the phone will ring etc...Val Demar said:How does MKi9100 deliver music to speakers? Is it by means of its internal amplifier or it connects to the AUX input on the HU?
What's important is as long as you're happy with it.Magic Marker said:I'm just using a Motorola T505 and it works pretty well. I can run the audio through the FM modulator, but some people say I sound too far away.