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Mark Peters
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Parrot Party Bluetooth Soundbox review

content type Review Mail the editor Posted by Mark Peters
Sunday, April 6th 2008 - 10:05 CEST - Comments: 0
M ore and more mobile phones are equipped with a Bluetooth function nowadays. Despite the fact that many consumer electronic devices already have been equipped with Bluetooth for several years now, the development never stops. In addition Bluetooth compatible products are also being further developed. Bluetooth serves for transferring sounds and files. Parrot is one manufacturer that brings these kinds of wireless communication supporting products in the market.

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Parrot Party

 

Parrot Bluetooth phone speaker

Recently Parrot launched a new line Bluetooth speakers, Bluetooth picture frames and hand-free sets. Parrot sent us the Parrot Party for extensive reviewing. The Parrot Party is a portable light weighted Bluetooth speaker. Thanks to its small dimensions it is ideal to carry with you for example when you go to a party or the beach if you want to listen to your own music when there is no electricity available. It is extremely easy to connect the Parrot Party with a cell phone. When the Parrot Party is turned on, a light starts blinking blue and red and after a while it will remain blue. After that the Bluetooth button has to be pressed and that will make the light on the Parrot Party flash very fast. Next you can search for the Parrot Party through the mobile phone and it can be connected.

 

Parrot Bluetooth

 

Parrot Party Review

The Parrot Party is a compact speaker but despite its small size, the sound quality is impressive. Whomever I showed the Parrot Party to was astonished and stood open-mouthed to see the amazing design and to hear the high quality sound coming from such a 'small thing'. Personally I did not like the extra spatial stereo as it sounded too 'hollow' for me. The extra bass function on the other hand I considered as a joyful addition. It made the sound somewhat more complete and made listening to your own music a very pleasant experience. Continue to read the full Parrot Party Review.

 

Parrot Wireless

Photo : Parrot Wireless Experience at Mobile World Congress 2008

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