The head-units showcase DVD/CD/MP3/WMA playback, an impressive output power of 52Wx4 channels and a 24-bit Digital to Analogue Converter for accurate sound reproduction. They also feature an iPod-ready connection enabling control directly from the head unit, plus iPod charging when coupled with the XA120IP in-car iPod adapter, says Sony.
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The MEXBT2600 has Bluetooth functionality that allow users to stream audio direct from your phone or any Bluetooth enabled audio device, without any unnecessary cables. It also acts as a hands-free car kit for your mobile phone, allowing you to talk wirelessly while on the road.
Sony has also launched five new speakers that come with Sony's proprietary HDLD technology and rubber surrounds for good base response and clarity. The GTX range also includes bi-amplification technology to fine tune the speaker listening experience to unique listening tastes.
Finally, add punch to your in-car system with the XSL-120P5A subwoofer, which features a pentagonal design and polypropylene diaphragm that ensures uniform movement to deliver superb base.
For more information, see www.sony.com.au