By Lisa Johnston
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Sony began shipping four new Xplod car stereo CD receivers, offering more "connectivity" for the dollar compared to last year's line, said the company.
All models have a front-panel auxiliary input for connection to a portable media player.
The new top-end model CDX-GT520 can control an iPod with a $50 adapter, and is satellite radio ready and HD-Radio ready with a $100 HD-Radio adaptor. It also has front, rear and subwoofer preamp outputs at approximately $140.
A step-down model CDX-GT420IP comes with an iPod control cable for full iPod control from the radio (but is not satellite radio or HD-Radio ready) at approximately $130.
Also new is a CDX-320 with iPod, HD Radio and satellite capability with two pre-outs at $100, joined by the CDX-GT120 with similar features but one pre-out at $80.
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