Los Angeles, CA - Legendary car audio manufacturer Audiobahn has announced today the availability and release of their gut-pounding Class D Amplifiers, the A18001DJ and A12001DJ. Produced with durability and exceptional quality, the Class D amplifiers by Audiobahn have been a favorite to consumers and dealers all over the world. And with their added new features, the new and improved Class D amplifiers are guaranteed to keep Audiobahn at the top of the 12 volt industry.
"Our Class D amplifiers are like the dawn of a new day," said Audiobahn international sales director, Steven Hayes. "From enhancements in technology and aesthetics, the new look Class D amplifiers have been improved dramatically."
Bulldog’s RS82B Remote Starter System is easy to use and includes clearly marked dedicated start and stop buttons. A programmable run-time feature allows individual users to set running times for up to 15 minutes, providing maximum flexibility and convenience. Security concerns are addressed by the product’s anti-theft system bypass which works universally with vehicles equipped with factory immobilizers.
In the wireless world, even your car has accessories to equip. Though keyless door and trunk systems have been factory features for years, the capabilities of remote car operations have increased drastically. With a remote car starter, you can not only start your vehicle from a distance, you can even activate your heater or air conditioning.
Pretty much every webcam is going to be HD from here on out, but the ones we’ve seen have generally been a bit bulky. Logitech has decided to make their new one more portable, but in the process seem to have created something that shares DNA with one of those freaky robotic snakes.
Whenever winter arrives, it becomes a big deal to start your car. The solution lies in remote start system which allows to warm up your car during cold days, before you leave for your office or home. Also, it can be used to turn on the AC during summer or the heater during winter cold days.
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The road to building a successful car audio company like Audiobahn is never easy. When you combine an unyielding dream, the aspiration to succeed, and the vision to manufacture car audio equipment that could literally blow the top off a car, you’ve got a brand that’s in for an unpredictable ride.
Now that it's willing to talk, Pioneer claims that the radio and audio system is "the first in-vehicle product designed to utilize the processing power, storage capacity, network connectivity and apps of the iPhone and iPod Touch as the primary source for its information and entertainment capabilities."
That does sound a lot like what Mini Connected and, in a more platform-agnostic sense, Ford Sync are doing. Pioneer said it couldn't speak to the similarity of those systems, but Ted Cardenas, director of marketing for Pioneer's car-electronics division, briefed us on installation of the device and what Pioneer is doing to minimize driver distraction.
I personally have been a fan of bringing my own hardware to the car since I started using GPS units when the original Garmin Nuvi appeared. I consistently preferred my Garmin to every automaker solution I ever used. And now that I use Android, I far prefer putting my Nexus S in “Car Mode” to any built-in solution I’ve seen.
I’m also not alone. All of the posters favored some variant of the BYO option, though most would like better support from the car.