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The Pioneer DEHP3000IB CD Receiver has 2 preouts and 50 Watts x 4

If you want excellent audio quality and instant iPod access right in your car, then check out the Pioneer DEHP3000IB CD Receiver. Technology like the Supertuner IIID advanced analog and digital processing enhances your audio experience.

You also get crisp and clear sound quality from MP3, WMA, WAV, or AAC files: Just plug in any USB memory device or portable digital player, and get great results all the time! Moreover, with the built-in MOSFET 50W x 4 amplifier, you not only get excellent power and sound quality for four interior speakers, distortion is minimized as well.

Ditch the Factory-installed CD player Today!

The receiver has 2 RCA preouts so you can install additional amps and speakers so you can quickly upgrade your system. You can use the AUX input for connecting digital portable player or other external devices. This built-in input is located on the front panel for quick and convenient access! You can able enable Sirius radio’s Game Alert function provided you’re paying for the service. Pioneer DEHP3000IB CD ReceiverSimply set up the receiver, and it instantly alerts you when your favorite sporting events are about to start.

The Pioneer DEHP3000IB CD Receiver
has several special features so you can easily use your iPod® in your car. The brilliant LED display on the front panel lets you search and access your music files. Song title, artist, time and album information are displayed clearly, and the 7-Way Rotary Commander is intuitive and user-friendly. The central dial lets you control 90% of the unit’s functions and features. You can quickly scroll through your MP3, WMA, or AAC files and folders the same as if you’re using an iPod. Just by pressing and holding down the “List” button, folders pop up containing the songs made by the artist you’re listening to. Passenger Control Mode allows your passenger to use the iPod® directly in order to browse and select music.

Pioneer DEHP3000IB CD Receiver

The included remote lets you control the Pioneer DEHP3000IB CD Receiver even from the backseat! You can scan through radio channels, breeze through the 18 preset FM channels (or even 6 AM channels). The remote also allows you to control the volume, or quickly set the receiver to mute.

Pioneer DEHP3000IB CD Receiver

The Pioneer DEHP3000IB CD Receiver is the perfect head unit for replacing your factory radio or CD player for less. This is great-quality sound, for a price that’ll fit anyone’s budget!

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Music Deals may be worth Nothing

CDT LogoIf you have decided to take the leap of actually purchasing your music online like most people do these days, then you probably decided you should look around a little before comitting to 99¢ per song – am I right so far? Well, some of these online sites which provide you with access to millions of songs and a dirt-cheap price – may be illegal. Completely.

For some time the RIAA has been making noise about those who dare to download music for free. Thanks to the Fifth Amendment, I have no comment on that type of activity – but I will say this – it’s been years since I downloaded music online. The sad thing is, my music collection doesn’t seem out of date to me – I was actually downloading even older music – and I think I actually have all I need. Well, now there is a group, called the Center for Democracy and Technology, who have published a list of websites which do NOT have licensing agreements with the music companies – yet offer music for a fee.

If

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Lower Prices for DRM Free Music on iTunes

Good News for iPod owners: Apple is slashing the price of its premium DRM-free music tracks offered on iTunes. The iTunes website, which sells the only DRM protected music compatible with the iPod music player, has offered DRM free music tracks for a while now. However, those tracks cost more money than your average iPod only songs.

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The Art of Noise Reduction: Sound Canceling Headsets for Your PC

Gone are the days of free headphones passed out on airplanes. I still have mine—they work just fine for the low-tech applications that I use them for: mainly to tie the two separated ends of my broken desktop lamp together. Any way you hear it, headphones (and their microphone-equipped counterparts, the headset) have come a long way. One of the most impressive technologies to be developed into a consumer goods phenomenon is that of the Noise Canceling earpieces.

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Zune, Zune, Zune! (sorry) 3 New Models from Microsoft

zunedevicefamily.jpgMicrosoft is upping the ante in the mobile electronics arena with new models and features for use with its Zune iPod-fighting multimedia player. New offerings include smaller flash-based models and a social networking site built around sharing music and media files with other Zune Users. All this comes as Microsoft tries to wrestle valuable market share away from the venerable Apple iPod.

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iTunes Sounds Mud Compared to Foobar 2000

You might not know it, but if you’ve been using iTunes for the PC you have been missing out. The Mac crowd has been enjoying audio of a much higher quality as it uses a different back-end to process the audio.

We’re stuck with the crappy quicktime audio filters on PC. Quicktime is a resource hog and it also sounds like mud when compared to other programs.foobar-skin-1.jpgAllow me to introduce Foobar 2000. It is still in beta but it is extremely usable and it offers the best audio playback I have heard on a PC. The equalizer is infinitely better and the sound quality is amazing.

I downloaded it then cranked up some In Flames. “Oh my God!” The wife came running around the corner to ask if everything was alright. “Yes it’s alright. This sounds amazing!”

For the next couple hours I switched back and forth between iTunes and Foobar 2000; testing the same songs. As I did, iTunes sounded more and more like mud.

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Get Your Tired Old LPs onto Your Young, Vibrant PC!

It looks just like my first computer! Only smaller.My father and I were sitting in his living room looking through mountains of old stuff several years ago. I was out for a visit, and I remember him leafing through his old records and pulling out albums that were absolutely famous, and some stuff only an eclectic scientist raised in a sleepy Southern Town could end up owning.

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Logitech AudioStation Express Speaker System

An iPod SpeakerDock that's as portable and attractive as the MP3 player that inspired it? Yes!Since the advent of the iconic iPod, the undisputed ruler of the portable MP3 player arena, there’s been a storm of all-in-one speaker systems. I don’t much go in for “gimmick” speaker sets. Make mine loud, big, and ugly. But TigerTV host Jacia has found an iPod speaker dock that is downright attractive, even to audiophiles like me.

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Yahoo and SanDisk Get Busy on MP3 iPod Fighter

sansaconnectfront.jpgFlash memory maker Sandisk Corp. said on Monday that Yahoo Inc. would provide music services for its Sansa Connect digital audio player. Sansa Connect lets users listen to typical MP3 songs, but also has a built-in Wi-Fi wireless communication connection, allowing users to download songs from Yahoo’s service without first linking to a personal computer.

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Apple to Offer iAlbums to iTunes Customers

iTunes may keep the venerable album format around a little longer...Apple Inc. is throwing its weight behind the music industry’s efforts to protect the album format by allowing fans to buy complete digital albums without having to pay again for songs they already own. The record industry is keen to maintain the profitable album format, which is under threat as users of Web-based music download stores, such as Apple’s iTunes and Napster Inc., prefer to buy individual songs rather than whole albums.

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