Sony XAV-AX100 in-car audio system has plenty of smartphone connectivity

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Music is definitely something that inspires us, and it can lift us up whenever we are feeling down or defeated. Of course, some music are more soothing than other genres, and if you happen to do a whole lot of driving every single day, it would be best if your vehicle could be equipped with a decent sound system so that you can soothe away the rough edges of potential road rage situations with a hint of Bach or Mozart, or even Taylor Swift. Sony intends to bring smartphone connectivity to the driver’s seat with the new Sony XAV-AX100 in-car audio system.

The Sony XAV-AX100 receiver is touted to offer just about everything that you need and more for those long car journeys, where among them include the latest smartphone connectivity alongside what Sony claims to be the best user interface, in addition to the ability to play a range of media files as well as ensuring that one can enjoy the most up-to-date information while on-the-move.

Taking advantage of Sony’s unique technology, the XAV-AX100’s high power sound and EXTRA BASS feature will transform your vehicle into an elaborate sound system, without compromising on the safety of your vehicle and driving experience, thanks to rotation volume control and voice command features.

The option of Apple CarPlay also makes it easier than ever before to hook up your smartphone to the car, as CarPlay lets you to use your phone in a safe and smart way whilst staying focused on the road. This would mean you can access Apple Music, Maps, make phone calls, and send messages all through the touchscreen, or vocally with Siri. As for Android Auto, it will extend the Android platform into the car in a way that’s purpose-built for driving.

Those interested to soup up their respective rides can do so with the $499.99 XAV-AX100 in-car audio system when November rolls around.

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