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Parrot Sound System: Bluetooth hi-fi for your mobile

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THE BLUETOOTH STEREO WHICH UNLEASHES THE
FULL POWER OF YOUR MOBILE MUSIC

Parrot, a global innovator in Bluetooth technology, today announced the Parrot Sound System, 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.

“Nowadays, most people use their MP3 player to listen to music, which has been downloaded from the Internet. These devices are the most commonly used music sources at home, but mobile phones are also getting in on the act. Faced with all these new uses, Parrot has come up with the Parrot SOUND SYSTEM, the Hi-Fi which delivers the ideal solution to listening to music in the comfort of your home” said Henri Seydoux, Parrot’s founder and CEO.

Music is transferred between the two speakers by Bluetooth; the user just needs to place one speaker on one side of the room, and the other speaker wherever required within 10 meters, and pair the music source with the Parrot Sound System to listen to their favorite tracks. 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.

Benefits of the Parrot Sound System include:

Wireless transfer of music and connection between the two speakers
Compatibility with all types of A2DP Bluetooth source (mobile phones, PDAs, MP3 players, Bluetooth-equipped computers, etc.)
Analog input to ensure compatibility with traditional music source (CD players, stereo systems, PCs, etc.)
Hi-Fi quality
Simple to use
Contemporary design

Technical characteristics:

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 Q2 2006 from major retailers at a recommended retail price of 359 € in Europe including VAT.

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