Sunday, November 1, 2009

Car Makers Build in iPod - Audi, BMW, Mazda Embrace MP3 Revolution

Apple's next budding relationship with the car iPod integration in new cars is always much more common. BMW has announced a new iPod interface that supports all current models of BMW and Mini with the support of the original solution of the car company. BMW has introduced the iPod support in June 2004. Vehicles now permitted include the BMW 5, 6 and 7 series. The iPod is connected to a cable in the glove, and is powered by the car instead of the iPod battery. Seat has announced its latest iPod ready sedan, the Ibiza 1.4 DAB Special Edition. The 1.4-liter 16-valve car is a multimedia entertainment system on wheels, digital radio, Stand A seamless connection to iPod and a CD player, MP3 capable. Citroen this year's British International Motor Show has hosted a series of vehicles, including models with integrated nano iPod docking station. It showed versions of their popular series C1, the C-Airplay p1nk and C1. The C1 Airplay is an integrated dock for the iPod nano, and ships with a 1GB nano. It is a 1.0i petrol vehicle costs ฃ 7295 (three-door) or ฃ 7645 (five-door). The trunk, there is an Alpine amplifier and a subwoofer. There is a pop-out 6.5in touchscreen on the front that controls iPod, DVD player, the state of the art navigation system and reversing camera advanced. Audi has also stepped up to the iPod brand. Three new-S3-door sports car is available for delivery in January 2007. The car has 27,000 ฃ una 2-liter four-cylinder and six-speed manual. With all leather and wood interior, the vehicle has an interface for iPod and Bose sound system. Meanwhile, Mazda has introduced an adapter kit to connect the iPod in Japan as an option that the owners of their vehicles can use to connect your iPod to Mazda's factory - installed a sound system. The company plans to introduce the new device worldwide this year. With an iPod dock in the glove, owners can go to the music menu, play songs at random and control the volume with the switches of the original vehicle, factory-installed Mazda audio system. In the United States, 70 percent in 2007 - Model will offer iPod integration. Ford and General Motors will feature iPod integration in most of its models since 2007 in the United States later this year, while the entire global supply line-up 2007 Mazda cars and SUVs offered this. Dwase Daniel is the webmaster of http://www. best-ipod-online.com a website that provides reviews and buyers guide of iPods and accessories. To learn more about iPods and podcasting. This article may be freely distributed if this resource box stays attached.

No comments:

Post a Comment