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    Help on Bluetooth Car Phone install

    I just unstalled a Parrot CK3000 Bluetooth phone kit in my truck. It has 4 barely amplified speaker connection for your 4 car speakers. You tie them in parallel with your Head Unit amplifier. What happens is when a call comes in the Head Unit Mutes and the Parrot sends the voice to the same speakers.

    My question is this. If I put the Parrot speaker wires on the output of my AMP I realize that when a call comes in The amp will mute and the parrot will send the voice thru the speakers, What I dont know is when the call is over and my amp sends 100 watts to my speakers will it backfeed the Parrot and damage it?

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    Re: Help on Bluetooth Car Phone install

    No, it will not damage the Parrot. It uses a couple relays, so when you get a call, it pulls the relay from your amplifier leads and connects them to the phone leads.

    At no point is the wires going from your amp to the parrot and from your "phone/bluetooth" to the parrot touching.




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