March 21, 2006
Parrot Bluetooth Sound System for Mobile Phones
The Parrot Sound System is a revolutionary High Fidelity Bluetooth 2 x 60 Watt stereo system. Comprising two speakers with integrated Class-D digital amplifiers, the Parrot Sound system works with every type of A2DP Bluetooth source: mobile phones, PDAs, MP3 players, Bluetooth-equipped computers, etc. An analog input can also be used to make it compatible with traditional music sources, such as CD players, stereo systems, and a computer’s analog output. Music is transferred between the speakers using Bluetooth so there is no cord between the speakers and you can place the speakers anywhere in a range of 10 meters. A mini key pad allows users to adjust the volume on each speaker. The instructions are then automatically send by Bluetooth to the other speaker.
The Parrot Sound System features Parrot 5 chipsets and benefits from a contemporary design. All electronic components are housed in a white hand-lacquered cabinet. A fabric speaker cover held in place by magnets can be removed to provide access to the drivers.
. Fully digitised, two-channel amplified speakers
. Digital Class-D amplifier with 60 W output per speaker
. Digital equaliser (PC software)
. Digital crossover
. Parrot 5 processor
. Bluetooth 2.0 & EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
. Bluetooth scatternet
. Automatic scatternet set-up
. Bluetooth A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
. MP3 & MP3 Surround decoder with 192, 160, 128 and 112 Kbps
. SBC decoder with 320, 275, 250 and 150 Kbps
. RCA line-in for all audio sources
The Parrot sound system will be available from Q2 2006 for a whooping 359 € ($435) in Europe including VAT.
Via – Parrot