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Sony XPLOD CDX-GT920U (in-dash car stereo)

The Sony Xplod CDX-GT920U offers many options for connecting to your digital music library and supports the most commonly used formats, unless your music library is on your iPod.

By Aug. 6, 2008

3.5 stars Editor's rating Aug. 6, 2008

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Sony expands Xplod line by four

Sony today is announcing four new Xplod in-dash CD Receivers. Designed to offer drivers a simple and affordable after-market audio experience, the new models combine strong connectivity with high style.

By Aug. 18, 2009

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Sony Xplod car stereos to get TomTom sat-navs

CNET UK reports on Sony's two new car stereos that feature built-in TomTom satellite navigation.

By Sep. 2, 2010

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Sony Xplod car stereos to incorporate TomTom sat-navs

Sony's just busted out a couple of swanky new car stereos that feature built-in high-end satellite navigation features from the guys and girls at TomTom

By Sep. 2, 2010

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Sony expands Xplod line of in-dash receivers

Sony is expanding its mobile audio lineup with eight new Xplod in-dash CD receivers.

By Jan. 8, 2009

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Photos: Sony expands Xplod lineup at CES 2009

View the full 2009 line of Sony Xplod receivers.

8 Images By Jan. 8, 2009

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Sony Xplod CDX-GT920U-- in-dash car stereo

The Sony Xplod CDX-GT920U offers many options for connecting to your digital music library and supports the most commonly used formats, unless your music library is on your iPod.

By Aug. 7, 2008

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Sony updates Xplod line with ZAPPIN tech, iPod connectivity

Sony announced four new car-stereo receivers featuring iPod connectivity via USB and a new ZAPPIN song-browsing tech.

By Aug. 27, 2008

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Sony expands Tune Tray car audio offerings

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.

By May. 27, 2010

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TomTom offers free adaptor to make iPhone 4 work with its Car Kit

TomTom is giving away a free piece of plastic that ensures its £100 Car Kit for iPhone works with the latest version of Apple's smart phone.

By Sep. 10, 2010