Parrot Party review | Introduction
Parrot Party Bluetooth Test
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. 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. Our findings of this Bluetooth speaker can be read in the following Parrot Party review.
Parrot Party review
Parrot portable stereo soundbox operation
The Parrot Party features a playful and trendy design. The Parrot Party has been equipped with five buttons and an on/off switch. On top we find the buttons to adjust the volume of the Bluetooth speaker. Right next to it the Bluetooth connection button is placed to enable you to connect to a device for the first time by pressing it. Furthermore we find a button for extra bass and for spatial stereo sound. When I used the Parrot Bluetooth speaker I kept the super-bass button on most of the time because personally I found that it improved the sound.
Parrot Bluetooth speaker
Parrot Party wireless connection
The Parrot Party can be connected through an A2DP Bluetooth connection (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) or through the mini jack plug (standard delivered). The A2DP suitable Bluetooth connection enables transferring of Hi-fi stereo sound. The sounds can be transferred from a Bluetooth A2DP mobile phone or through a computer with A2DP connection. When the computer does not have the disposal of a Bluetooth connection one can choose for the Parrot Bluetooth stick. This USB stick supports the A2DP Audio profile and can be connected to the PC's USB port.