Sony expands car audio range
Dubai, August 11, 2010
Sony Gulf, a subsidiary of Sony Corporation, has launched two new digital music systems, expanding its Xplod brand car audio range.
The DSX-S100 and DSX-S200X offer users the best portable sound solution, a statement said.
The DSX-S200X system is embedded with a seamless audio storage solution for added flexibility, along with a selection of modes to choose from depending on the preference of the listener.
Sony’s Tune Tray digital interface gets a prominent place in a car’s centre console, yet is discreetly tucked away when not in use for neatness and safety.
The front panel flips down at the touch of a button to reveal the Tune Tray, and users can use it to conceal a USB drive, Walkman or any iPod/iPod touch.
The DSX-S200X has a sleek, detachable faceplate with a highly visible OEL 4-line display and a second USB connection, adding to its multi-tasking functionality.
Users who keep a USB drive constantly connected to the Tune Tray can simultaneously play their latest music downloads from another portable player or smart phone, by connecting to the alternate USB port.
The 4-line display provides more information with a look and feel familiar to a popular digital music player, the statement said.
A unique portable player, the DSX-S100 also features the ‘Tune Tray’ for the safe storage of portable media players within the receiver, eliminating unsightly wires. It additionally includes a reminder alert to ensure the device is not left behind.
Music selection is made easy with the SensMe functions on the DSX-S200X and with Zappin and Quick-BrowZer functions available on both players from Sony.
The DSX-S200X also integrates Sony’s advanced sound engine as the original digital signal processor, which delivers ideal in-car sound fields.
The DSX-S100 and DSX-S200X contain features such as the EQ3 and EQ7 respectively, as well as DM+ advanced, rear bass enhancer and dynamic loudness. – TradeArabia News Service
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