Amidst tightening hands-free headset legality, Alpine's new KCE-350BT Bluetooth Interface Module aids motorists by allowing hands-free conversations to be handled through a vehicle's sound system. A fully integrated solution that works with all of Alpine's Bluetooth-ready 2007 and 2008 model head units, the new KCE-350BT includes caller ID and call log information that can be displayed on and controlled through the connected Alpine head unit. And when a call comes in, other audio being played is automatically muted. The KCE-350BT also offers voice-activated dialing capability, a 12-key input touch screen capability for manual dialing, and a 150+ number memory.
Scosche Ipod Connectivity
If your project car is like a lot of ours, playing your iPod through its OEM-spec headunit might mean fussing with radio or tape-deck adapters that all but destroy the acoustic advantages of MP3 playback. Don't fret-Scosche Industries is now offering complete iPod integration products designed to work for select OE audio equipment; custom kits, factory fit dash kits, plug and play harness adapters, and video interfacing systems that can even work with GM LAN, CANBUS and other advanced network systems. These unique interfaces are researched and designed to add iPod integration and an auxiliary input for any external audio device, allowing greater control and choices for an aftermarket installation, without losing factory functions. Best of all, Scosche's auxiliary iPod interfaces create an auxiliary input on a factory stereo for any iPod model and integrates full iPod controls at the factory radio, plus allows full scrolling text, menu options, seek, and volume control. They also retain factory OnStar and XM Radio functions.
Presenting the ClarionMiND: Clarion's next generation Mobile Internet Navigation Device, combining personal GPS navigation and real-time Points of Interest with Internet based entertainment and full web browsing. Based on the new Intel(r) Atom(tm) processor, the ClarionMiND enables users access to two-way connected navigation, high-speed Internet experiences, digital music and video playback, and many other innovative entertainment features via WiFi Internet connectivity with land-based routers, as well as Bluetooth connectivity when paired with a mobile phone. Best of all, PC-like crystal-clear display is made possible through its 800x480-pixel touch screen. Google Maps in the car? Yes, please!
Memphis Car Audio Sclass Flat Subwoofwer
For those of you looking to upgrade the audio of your car without adding significant weight or bulky enclosures, Memphis Car Audio's SClass Flat Subwoofers are a perfect fit. Recently given the Innovative Design and Engineering award by the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), they offer rich bass in a small, three-inch-deep package, thanks to Memphis' patent-pending spider, voice coil, and aluminum heatsink mounting systems that control movement and radiate heat under extreme conditions, without significantly increasing overall mass.
Seriously, how great is satellite radio? Perfect sound quality, little or no commercials, and the freedom to tune out that annoying local DJ in favor of the music, talk or news that you really want. Too bad you can't carry it around with you on foot, huh? Well, now you can, thanks to Pioneer's XMp3 wearable satellite radio and MP3 player; the lightest and most compact wearable live satellite radio and the first with simultaneous multi-channel recording capability. Listen to all your favorite XM and Sirius radio channels or favorite MP3 files wherever you go, and record up to 10 hours of individual songs from live music channels directly to its built-in memory, or to its micro-SD card slot for additional storage. Even better is its Program Guide that displays broadcast schedules up to two weeks in advance.