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    Sticking hands free to dash

    Can anyone recommend a product to stick my parrot hands free to the dash? Its a CK3100...

    http://www.itsales2u.com/images/parrot-ck-3100.jpg

    I've tried No More Nails Permanent Strips, but every time the interior of the car heats up the unit falls off the dash!
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    I had one on my old old shapped A3. I drilled a hole in one of the spare blanking plates and glued the connector bracket to that with the wire through the hole. That way it was only the cost of a cheap blank to put everything back to standard. Have you thought of some thing like that?
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    Not the cheapest but, I've used Brodit holders in the past.

    http://www.dsldevelopments.com/brodi...dit-Holder.asp

    You buy the holder and then put in your vehicle details to choose which bracket you would prefer. No screws it just sits behind trim usually.
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    Another vote for the brodit mount, top bits of kit!
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    Alternatively try:

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeSel^ View Post
    Alternatively try:

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    lol nooo it's an old picture.. At least urm... 2 days lol

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    Cheers for all the suggestions fellas.

    I might move it and put it on a mount alright. It's currently on the right of the stereo/aircon bay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeSel^ View Post
    Alternatively try:

    Mike,

    I really like your mount solution! How is the sound quality(of the mic) when you place the screen/mics over there? Most of the people place them higher on the dash, so the mics can 'hear' your voice better! I'm afraid that the quality will decline enormous when you place the mics to low!

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