15 Results for

PLX

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Pioneer PLX-1000: A DJ turntable an audiophile can love?

Pioneer's new super-solid PLX-1000 turntable shakes up the Audiophiliac.

By November 8, 2014

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Can a great pair of speakers turn you into an audiophile?

The Zu Audio Soul Supreme speakers can bring out something new for a listener.

By December 6, 2014

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Thanks to this little gizmo, LPs sound better than CDs or FLAC files

The Audiophiliac spends quality time listening to Schiit Audio's astonishingly great (and cheap) Mani phono preamplifier.

By November 1, 2014

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PLX Kiwi Bluetooth

At less than half what you'd expect to pay for a standalone device, the PLX Kiwi Bluetooth is a great OBD monitoring solution for the Android smartphone-toting car geek.

By June 28, 2012

4 stars Editors' rating June 28, 2012

MSRP: $99.99

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Transform your Nexus 7 into a car tech powerhouse

With the aid of a few apps (and a bit of self-restraint), the Nexus 7 can become the navigation and media center of your car's dashboard.

By August 1, 2012

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Monitor your car's performance with the Torque app for Android

With the help of diagnostic scanner hardware, the Torque Lite and Torque Pro apps for Android give you a peek into the inner workings of your car's brain.

By July 2, 2012

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PLX intros OBD-II dongles for Android, iPhone

Android phones and iOS devices can now talk directly to your car's computer thanks to the PLX Kiwi Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules.

By August 25, 2010

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CNET Roadside Assistance 035: Can a car be its own chauffeur? (podcast)

We help you to get your car talking to your phone instead of the other way around, users chime in on shutting up the iPhone's chiming while driving, and a young lad laments the death of the manual transmission.

By November 20, 2011

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Garmin Mechanic app for Android: Hands-on

We got our hands on a very cool app from Garmin that's sure to appeal to Android fans and car geeks alike.

By March 29, 2011

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How to control your iPhone with your brain

A new product called the XWave claims that it allows you to control your iPad, iPhone or iPod just by thinking hard. Can it possibly work?

By September 22, 2010