Belmont, CA (PRWEB) July 26, 2012
GROM-USB2P provides seamless interface for Android Smartphone, USB stick, iPhone®, iPod®, or MP3 player to OEM car stereo system. The driver is able to connect his/her mobile device directly to the factory car radio for audio streaming and integrated controls.
GROM system can be upgraded with Bluetooth Dongle. Hands free in-car calling (HFP), wireless audio (A2DP) and Bluetooth controls (AVRCP) become available for the user with this optional accessory.
New GROM-USB2P module features powerful chip inside that makes room for more advanced technology and supported functionality.
GROM engineering team highlighted some of the features that will be added with new design. Among them are: support for Free Losseless Audio Codec (FLAC) with tags, Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) with M4A tags for iTunes® files.
In addition GROM-USB2P will allow streaming online music (radio and cloud storage) from Android phones via standard MicroUSB cable connection. Consumers will be able to see name tags on the screen and control music selection directly from car stereo, steering wheel or the phone itself.
In some cars (like Lexus or Toyota with Navigation) GROM-USB2P will feature advanced music browsing by genres, playlists, artists, albums and songs.
“Advanced features require powerful platform,” – said Company spokesperson. “We are exited to offer this upgraded system to our customers and partners”, he added.
GROM-USB2P kit consists of main module, USB standard cable for USB stick or Android phone connection, vehicle specific data cable, and 2GB USB flash drive. Optional accessories include Bluetooth Dongle ($49.99), iPod® specific cable ($24.99), AUX-In 3.5mm audio and USB charging cable ($14.99)
GROM-USB2P car kit sold online at the company webstore, MSRP is $139.99
The system is available for many car makes, including AUDI, BMW, Mazda, Nissan, Infiniti, Toyota, Lexus, Honda and others. More information regarding to the compatibility and functionality of Android, Bluetooth, iPod and USB car interfaces is available at GROM Audio website http://gromaudio.com
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