Sony has finally caught on to the game and figured out that connectivity is a key trend this year as consumers prefer to have more control over their music. Hence, Sony has provided Xplod in-dash head units that cater for a wide range of budgets. The high end CD receiver CDX-GT250 retails for $140 and boasts the most connectivity options, while the CDX-GT420IP CD receiver is easy on the pocket at $130, bringing along an iPod contro interface. As for the CDX-GT320, this $100 unit provides iPod, HD Radio and satellite radio compatibility. On the lower end of the spectrum, we have the $80 CDX-GT120 CD receiver that comes with front auxiliary input, one pre-out and a detachable faceplate with a blue 13-segment LED screen. Do you still listen to CDs in your car?
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