10 Facts About Alpine Electronics


Alpine Electronics, Inc is a Japanese consumer electronics subsidiary of the Japanese electronics component manufacturer Alps Electric, specializing in car audio and navigation systems.

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Alpine Electronics was one of the first in the industry to introduce in-vehicle iPod devices to allow users to control iPod playback using the head unit's front panel buttons or remote; view song information on the display; and easily search for songs through the receiver's Quick Search interface.

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Alpine Electronics introduced the first aftermarket Interface Adapter for iPod in 2004, letting users experience optimized sound quality and control of digital music files in the car.

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In 2008, Alpine Electronics introduced a full line of iPod integration Digital Media Receivers.

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In 2009, Alpine Electronics introduced the first double-din iPod digital media station, the iXA-W404.

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Alpine Electronics continues to develop in-vehicle navigation aftermarket and OEM devices.

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In 2006, Alpine Electronics introduced their first portable navigation device, the PMD-B100.

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In 2008, Alpine Electronics introduced the PND-K3, an all-in-one portable navigation plus Bluetooth hands-free system.

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In 2009, Alpine Electronics introduced the PND-K3msn with information like traffic and weather updates.

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Between 2001 and 2003, Alpine Electronics was the main kit sponsor of Spanish La Liga club Deportivo Alaves.

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