Sony's new line of DSX mechless receivers includes a car stereo unit with a feature that Pandora fans toting Android and BlackBerry devices will love.
Stereo home theaters can sound awesome, some go all the way and use eleven speakers, but the single speaker sound bar is fast becoming the most popular option.
Sony has announced that it's adding two more Tune Tray models to its Xplod line of car stereos: the DSX-S200X and the DSX-S300BT.
Sony's new DSX-S100 has an odd feature that's called the TuneTray, but what the heck is a TuneTray?
Music is a two-channel medium, but is home theater stuck with 5.1? What's the maximum number of channels for home theater?
Just about every mid-price or more expensive receiver is a 7.1 channel model, but only a tiny minority of buyers actually use all seven channels, or do they? Take the Poll and tell us how many channels you use in your home theater.
Sony announces a pair of hardware bundles designed to make it easy to add iPod and iPhone compatibility to almost any car stereo.
Now that everyone is thinking about 3D TV, what about 3D sound?
We've already seen the first receiver to offer compatibility with the SiriusXM Connect. Now, Sony strikes back with the second, third, fourth, and fifth.
Today's receivers are so jam-packed with features they can be a hassle to set up and use. Is there a receiver made your mom could use?