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If you have a 4.2 or 4.3 RAV without the JBL remote amp, there is an easy way to install your Parrot bluetooth kit without cutting any wires. It is called a QCToy-1 and is a plug and play adapter harness I started making as a hobby-business.

As some of you know, I put in a Parrot 3100 kit in my kids RAV4 and the new color 3200 in my Inifiniti FX and am a big fan of this technology. The Infinitis require a special junction box since the Parrot doesn't interface well with the Bose amp. The JBL amp probably could use the same kind of interface, but I haven't finished researching this. So anyway, if you have the stock radio without the JBL, this $49 adapter will make your install a 20 minute plug and play process. See my site here : http://members.cox.net/quickconnect

Howard

ps - if you need a good source for the Parrot kits themselves, see here: http://www.mobileplanet.com/product.asp?code=127593
They also sell the less expensive 3000 Evolution and 3100 - but the 3200 is too cool for words with Photo Caller ID!
 
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I've been looking at getting a Parrot BT handsfree. How do you like the unit? Does the 3200 work well? I assume for voice dial/picture contacts you have to setup each contact one by one?
 
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The 3200 is the one to get if you don't mind spending the $200. Motorola phones seem to need very little setup on the Parrot - voice dialing works flawlessly, "Call Fred" or "Call 555-1212". My little harness adapter makes install pretty simple - no wires to cut...
 
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