Alpine IVA-W200 Video
The innovative in-dash Alpine IVA-W205 provides a decent range of media playback options as well as a useful navigation service and a good Bluetooth calling interface when connected to Alpine's portable Blackbird GPS device.
The Alpine IVA-W200 is a stylish, all-in-one, in-car multimedia unit with some impressive audio and video compatibility and control options. However, DVD picture quality is not great, and the external Bluetooth module is more trouble than it's worth.
At CES 2006, Molly Wood takes a first look at C and C's new PVP that also plays MP3s.
At Macworld 2006, we looked at the Spec.dock, a vehicle-specific dock for iPods that solves the digital-audio-to-stereo integration problem.
At Macworld 2006, Molly Wood shows you how to listen to your iPod in your car wirelessly with this device from Scosche.
The Alpine iDA-X001 is an innovative car stereo for those who want to take their iPods on the road. Its digital USB connection enables playback of compressed and lossless files.
At CES 2006, CNET's Molly Wood takes a look at the Samsung YP-Z5, a flash based MP3 player that comes equipped with either 2 or 4 GBs of storage.\r\n
Antuan Goodwin talks about the Alpine iDA-X305 car stereo at CES 2009.
Antuan Goodwin talks about the Alpine iXA-W404 car stereo at CES 2009.
Antuan Goodwin takes a first at the Alpine iDA-X305S at CES 2010 in Las Vegas.