Sony announces new XAV-602BT smartphone connected in-dash AV receiver and XA-NV300T GPS module with TomTom navigaqtion

Sony today introduced the new XAV-602BT smartphone connected in-dash AV receiver making it easier and more convenient to experience music, navigation and smartphone applications while in the car. In addition, Sony announced the optional XA-NV300T navigation module with access to TomTom’s intuitive user interface and mapping technologies. The new Sony XAV-602BT AV receiver features Sony-exclusive App Remote technology for Android and iOS devices, unifying entertainment and control functions for a simplified driving experience. The App Remote feature combines music and select smartphone apps into a single source list that can be safely displayed and controlled directly from the receiver. App content is displayed on the smartphone while audio content plays through the speakers.

In addition to premium design, Sony’s new XAV-602BT in-car entertainment system delivers uncompromising music/video playback quality. Viewers enjoy DVD video playback as well as a clear view of playlists and album artwork on the super-sized 6.1” touchscreen display. The new XA-NV300T navigation module delivers GPS and a USB connection and includes an SD card, which houses the TomTom map. The XAV-602BT receiver also offers front and rear USB connectivity for Walkman, iPod, iPhone, Android, Blackberry and other compatible USB devices. The Sony XAV-602BT receiver and Sony XA-NV300T navigation device will be available in October for about $549.99 and $249.99 respectively at

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