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Jan 6, 2010

News from Sony: XAV-70BT, XAV-60 In-Dash A/V Centers And DSX-S100, CDX-GT700HD Car Stereos

Sony XAV-70BT

Sony today introduced two new in-dash A/V centers featuring some of the brightest and sharpest displays in market and a pair of new head units, including Sony’s first to offer HD Radio integration.

Designed to offer unmatched quality and high style in car audio and video, these products provide a variety of solutions for in-car connectivity, convenience and entertainment.

“In the mobile electronics industry, Sony strives to deliver trend setting products ahead of the industry curve,” said Mike Kahn, director of marketing for the Mobile Electronics and Shelf Divisions of Sony Electronics…

Aug 18, 2009

Sony Expands In-Car Connectivity Options With 4 New Xplod CD Receivers

Sony CDX-GT640UI

Sony today announced four new Xplod® in-dash CD Receivers. Designed to offer drivers a simple and affordable after-market audio experience, the new models combine strong connectivity with high style.

“Consumers continue to look for inexpensive ways to expand their audio options in the car” said Mike Kahn, director of Sony’s mobile electronics business. “With this new line of car stereos, Sony Xplod is building on our reputation for offering great sound and convenient technology, all at an affordable price.”

New for the 2009 fall lineup, each of Sony’s head units features RDS (Radio Data System) technology…

Jan 9, 2012

Sony Introduced New Advanced In-Car Entertainment Products

Sony XAV-701HD

Today, Sony introduced four new in-dash A/V receivers featuring smartphone connectivity, superior display technology, and an advanced interface design. A new line of amplifiers, speakers and subwoofers was also unveiled.

In addition, Sony displayed new marine products including two new speakers offering boaters superior sound quality out on the water. The Sony Mobile Electronics booth will be located in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, at CES booth number 915…

Aug 10, 2011

Sony Introduces New Car Stereos Featuring SiriusXM and Pandora

Sony CDX-GT565UP

Sony is expanding its mobile audio lineup with eight new in-dash CD receivers. The new models range from entry-level units to advanced receivers and digital media players that offer SiriusXM satellite radio and Pandora internet radio connectivity in the car.

“Consumers want their audio choices personalized to match their individual needs and preferences, especially while they are in their cars,” said Mike Kahn, director of the Audio Product Division at Sony Electronics. “Sony is redefining content selection in the car…

Jan 7, 2009

Sony Revs Up “Xplod” Line With New Car Stereos

Sony CDX-GT930UI

Sony is expanding its mobile audio lineup with eight new Xplod® in-dash CD receivers. Designed to support the growing demand for iPod® and Bluetooth® compatibility, these head units provide a broad range of in-car connectivity.

“We’re offering elegantly designed products with innovative solutions for enjoying music on the road,” said Mike Kahn, director of marketing in the Audio Product Division at Sony. “Whatever your audio needs may be, we’ve got them covered.”

Four new models are being added to Sony’s GT line of car stereos, with the high-end CDX-GT930UI being the most advanced of the group…

Aug 27, 2008

Sony Reveals Its First Car Stereo With Unique Zappin™ Technology And Direct USB Connection To Ipod®

Sony CDX-GT630UI

Sony today announced four new Xplod® in-dash head units that are able to connect directly to compatible iPod® music players, allowing users to charge and control their iPod devices on the road.

The top-of-the-line unit (model CDX-GT630UI) is Sony’s first car stereo that can connect directly to iPod players, other digital music players and USB thumb drives via a USB connection. It also includes Sony’s unique ZAPPIN™ function, which offers a way of searching and listening to music…

Jan 7, 2014

Sony Debuts Smartphone Cradle Receiver And CD Receivers With Bluetooth And NFC


Sony Electronics introduced the first ever Smartphone Cradle Receiver allowing multiple brands of smartphones to serve as in-dash touchscreens. Sony also introduced seven new in-car entertainment systems, including six of the industry’s first Bluetooth with Near Field Communications (NFC) models, featuring enhanced connectivity, control, and music playback from smartphones…

May 27, 2010

Sony Announces Two New "Melody Tray" Car Stereos DSX-S300BT And DSX-S200X

Sony DSX-S300BT

Sony today announced the new Sony DSX-S300BT and DSX-S200X car stereos each featuring Sony’s TuneTray™, an internal mechanical compartment for an iPod or other USB devices. These new car steros are ideal for users of iPod®, iPhone®, Walkman® and other digital music players who are looking for a convenient, high-quality audio experience in their car.

On command, the sleek front faceplate of each stereo will flip down and outputs the TuneTray compartment, complete with an iPod adapter, for quick connection to music players. Once connected to a device, the stereo flips back up and maintains standard functionality…

May 13, 2008

Sony Expands Connectivity, Functionality And Design Of Car Stereo Line

Sony CDX-GT920U

Offering drivers more after-market audio choices for connectivity, functionality and design, Sony today unveiled two new Xplod® in-dash CD receivers.

Featuring an intuitive user interface with USB flash media support for Sony’s Quick BrowZer™ technology, the new CDX-GT920U and CDX-GT620U models deliver 52 watts x 4 high-power output and three additional pre-outs to satisfy drivers who want explosive sound and flexibility.

“The receivers deliver more options for a personalized approach to after-market car customization,” said Mike Kahn, director of marketing for mobile electronics in the Digital Imaging and Audio Division at Sony Electronics…

Jan 7, 2013

New Sony WX-GT90BT CD Receiver Uses Smartphone As Remote

Sony WX-GT90BT

Sony today expanded its in-car entertainment line with the introduction of a new double-DIN CD-receiver, WX-GT90BT, featuring Sony-exclusive App remote technology, combining consumers’ car audio music assets and smartphone apps into a single source list that can be controlled from the car audio system or compatible smartphone.

The new WX-GT90BT CD-receiver is used with Sony’s App Remote app for USB-connected iPhones and Bluetooth connected Android phones. Once downloaded to the compatible smartphones, the apps turns connected smartphones into touchscreen remotes and consumers can launch their favorite smartphone app on the App Remote user interface…

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