Sunday, November 26, 2006

Electronics For Your Vehicle At SEMA Show

During this year's Special Equipment Market Association (or SEMA) show which was held in Las Vegas, the Visteon Corporation has once again showcased its most attention grabbing and very useful gadgets and inventions. Included in their display are some of their most recent mobile creations that make use of electronics.

One of the most promising innovations that Visteon has showcased is the HD Radio receiver which is the very first transportable and mobile of its kind. Another one in the list from Visteon is the portable entertainment system which you can use inside your vehicle. This one can be used to play your favorite movies while on a travel. You can also play music and even use this one to plug in your Nintendo Game Boy Advance video games.

As the very first HD Radio technology that you can use for your vehicle and also for your home, this one is quite simple to use. It is just a transportable receiver and you can simply dock it into a cradle you would have to put in your vehicle. To use this one at home, all you need to do is connect this one to your home stereo and enjoy the music. You can use this for the usual types of radio use or you can also use this for multicasting. You would think that you were using a CD while playing the FM stations on this radio.

As per the dockable and also portable entertainment system which you can use with the Game Boy Advance, experts say that this one shows off performance and even versatility. This is also Visteon's first and the fact that you can also use this at home and even in your vehicle makes this one quite a good buy.

You sure can also find the best types of other innovations and mobile inventions that would grace your vehicle and would best match your chosen Eagle performance parts or your son's Ford auto parts. You can find this year's SEMA Show at the main floor of the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada. As per the Visteon exhibit and booth, it is that No. 11250 which you can find at the section on mobile electronics and technology.

About the Author
Tracy is a 29 year old researcher and writer from Dallas, Texas with extensive experience in writing auto-related articles and covering automotive related events. She is currently a contributing writer for a leading automotive e-zine.

Thursday, November 16, 2006

Best buy!!

Universal Electronics Conductor Sirius Satellite Radio Kit
For the Stones or Stern Fan: Universal Electronics’ Conductor remote control system is a complete kit for adding Sirius Satellite Radio and its 130 channels of programming to any home stereo. The kit bundles a Sirius tuner, antenna, RF adapter and Universal Electronics remote control with LCD readout. Built-in ZWave technology enables you to view artist and track information on the remote’s display and flip between channels from any room. MSRP: $149, plus $12.95 monthly subscription.

Monday, November 06, 2006

If you have even a passing interest in the topic of home stereo, then you should take a look at the following information. This enlightening article presents some of the latest news on the subject of home stereo.

The iPod is the greatest, little invention of my time. It's the greatest way to play music and be organized. The versatility of the iPod is by far the best companion in this materialistic world. It can go with you anywhere. I play it in my car and connect it to my home stereo. The sound is crisp and pristine. It's the most perfect sound you'll ever hear. It's the best gift to buy for a friend or relative. It's the best gift to buy for yourself. You will have no regrets.

I am fortunate to have a job where I can strap on the iPod and listen to my favorite music during my shift at work and never having to attend to it. I particularly like the shuffle mode. It's like listening to non-stop FM radio without the DJs and commercials. I like the idea of not knowing what will play next in the shuffle mode. It's all a pleasant surprise.

The best time to learn about home stereo is before you're in the thick of things. Wise readers will keep reading to earn some valuable home stereo experience while it's still free.

In many ways, the iPod, I'm sure, has taken away many sales from businesses selling home stereo systems, car stereos, CD changers and other audio equipment. Who needs them if you own a slim, thin, smart and dynamic instrument, like the iPod? It's all you'll ever need. Consumers deserve the best quality money can buy--and i Pods are affordable. Even auto makers are installing direct sources, in which iPods are able to connect as their optional equipment. No longer will the consumer fear the theft of their car stereo system. Now they can take it everywhere they go.

Music plays a major part in my life. Listening to music is my ultimate hobby. I can't imagine life without music. I play music daily. And I play lots of it. My shift at work is so much more enjoyable--thanks to the iPod. I can't afford another change in how I listen to my music. I hope the availability will always be there. I love you, iPod , happy birthday #5 and many, many more birthdays to come. I sincerely wish you continuing success. You have made my life so much better. Thanks again, iPod. Take care.

There's no doubt that the topic of home stereo can be fascinating. If you still have unanswered questions about home stereo, you may find what you're looking for in the next article.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

articles about home stereo

The following article lists some simple, informative tips that will help you have a better experience with home stereo.

Having announced the Gear4 Procontrol last month, we were given one of our very own, to turn our own lowly iPod into "a complete solution for the home". But don't get over-excited over the complete solution - you can't get your iPod to do your dishes, make your bed or even do a bit of light dusting. What it will do for you is synch it, charge it and link it with your home AV system.

Most of these things can be done straight out of the box - the AV components are included (SCART connector and RCA cable) making it easy to show photo slideshows on your TV as well as connect it to your home stereo. The IR remote also means you can control your iPod without having to leave your sofa. Phew.

Sometimes the most important aspects of a subject are not immediately obvious. Keep reading to get the complete picture.

Not included in the box is a USB cable that would allow you to synch it with your computer. And be warned, the USB connector on the dock is USB B - the smaller, fatter one, so you might not have this kind of thing lying around.

That's the latest from the home stereo authorities. Once you're familiar with these ideas, you'll be ready to move to the next level.

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