Archive for July, 2012

Car Electronics – Important Things to Remember

Aside from those important components of a car stereo system, there are also other considerations that you need to focus on like the locations where you are going to mount certain objects inside the car, the size and shape of the things you are going to put inside, and of course the power sources and requirements that will make your system as a whole.
The following are some of the important things that you need to consider first before getting started in creating your own car electronics or car audio system:
1. Amplifiers – decide whether you want a player with pre-installed amplifiers. But you have to know that external amplifiers are far better than the pre-installed ones.
2. Subwoofers – make sure that they should come with enclosures, which can either be purchased or customized.
3. Head Unit – a head unit can be asked from the car manufacturer or just purchase a new one. Just remember that factory-set head units do not allow you to use external amplifiers.
4. Installation – make sure that you have the right tools to see as this process is a way tricky than what you think. Have enough patience and be certain that you know things about electronics installation.

Car Electronics – Important Things to Remember

Most of the cars that you see today come with their own stereo or audio system.  This is a big indication that car electronics are highly in demand to car owners and motorists. Why not if audio system is the way for drivers like you not to get bored while driving on the streets? This is especially true when you are trapped in a traffic jam that can be very depressing or in times when you are having a long trip alone.
With an audio system installed in your car, you can while the hours away without taking notice of it. Why? It is because you are being entertained by whatsoever audio materials you have played on it. For one, you can simply listen to your favorite music collection via your CD or DVD player attached to your stereo system. With music, everything goes on smoothly as it should.
Now, the problem is that cars usually have limited spaces inside and the need to install a stereo system inside is a way impossible if you come to think of it. And when we talk about stereo systems, different things are considered such as speakers, subwoofers, player, and others.

Brabus iBusiness: Mercedes’ Fast Engine with a Mix of Ipad 2

The 64-Gigabyte Apple iPod touch can store up to 14 thousand plus songs. The sound comes from either S-Class’ sound system or by Sennheiser Noise Gard headphones. This has the ability to sort out unnecessary ambient sounds for incomparable listening satisfaction.
Its electronically operated curtains offer solitude for travelers and with the lightning system, which changes color to give a peaceful environment.
Being the world’s most powerful extravagant vehicle, the “iBusiness” is considered as the fastest workplace on wheels. It resembles the atmosphere of the school and the office.
The external look of the BRABUS “iBusiness” is dressed in a sporty, nevertheless stylish elegant ensemble. The BRABUS automobile designers chose to have a wind-tunnel design to extend a remarkable front outlook whose classy profile lessens lift on the border axle. Incorporated back up headlights and also, LED screens daylight running lights were designed to improve security. The best thing about the customized vehicle.
When both iPad’s are not in use and to store them away from snooping eyes when parked, these gadgets can be veiled in personalized compartments in the iBusiness’ core console. It is where an incorporated harboring post tops up the gadgets’ batteries.

Brabus iBusiness: Mercedes’ Fast Engine with a Mix of Ipad 2

Brabus unveiled the Mercedes S600 iBusiness, which embodies the introduction of a completely and exceptional vehicle. Brabus merges the hottest Apple accessories with a powerful engine. It is a four-seater vehicle with a new multimedia frills that highlights the most up-to-date Apple components.
The pair of iPads, in the back compartment, has bluetooth mouse and keyboards, a 64-Gigabyte Apple iPod Touch and a very small Mac computer beneath the back shelf. These iPads not only play music and movies, but also has an internet connection via HSDPA and UMTS. Plus, there are also a lot of USB ports, in case more accessories are going to be added to this awesome set up. They also control BRABUS multimedia system. It also runs the S-Class COMAND system such as telephone, radio, and navigation system.
The “iBusiness” focuses more than just the optimum performance. For the very first time, it reached the primary and original multimedia equipment where the most respected tuning company, BRABUS, incorporate the up to date Apple gears into the automobile engines of a Mercedes. The BRABUS specialists produce the faultless deluxe environment. The interior setting is made from a combination of first-class leather that is particularly extremely durable soft, and breathable.
At the center of the luxurious vehicle, stands the extremely small Mac minicomputer securely housed beneath the rear shelf whose design emulates the image of the computer.

Digital Meets Old School in the Mustang

The exterior was repainted black, akin to the futuristic vehicles used in television and film.  In addition, LED lights were added to the steel alloy mag wheels, front grille and bumpers. Perhaps Microsoft wanted their vehicle to be flashier and powerful, hence the addition of the LED lights to make it brighter and ultramodern.
The car electronics used in the interior were the most advanced of its kind. What the West Coast Customs did is refurbish the interior of the 1967 Ford Mustang and make it akin to the latest model. For good measure, they also added a Windows tablet to the passenger side of the dashboard and even equipped the vehicle with a free wifi connection. The best thing about the customized vehicle is that it can be operated without the use of car keys, using the latest Nokia cell phones in order to make the vehicle function.
The 21st century arguably brought the most significant changes in automobile design and function. Today’s generation of cars is equipped with a Global Positioning System mechanism designed to navigate the vehicle to its desired location. They are also equipped with television monitors on the dashboard and the front headrests, so that people can watch a television program or a movie while on a road trip. Moreover, digital display has replaced the analog systems in the tachometer, odometer and trip meter of the vehicle. And in some models, driverless cars are also starting to make its mark. Perhaps Microsoft did its best to digitize a classic vehicle, but then again, it may be either a good or a bad concoction between the old and the new.

Digital Meets Old School in the Mustang

The digital age is dominating the first decade of the 21st century.  Computers became smaller and more powerful, innovative products such as the IPhone suddenly gained popularity and critical acclaim, and even select features such as the MP3 and internet capabilities were added to existing products such as television and radio. In this example, a vintage automobile model was tweaked to the hilt, in order to make it akin to the digital age.
The car model is a 1967 Ford Mustang, one of the best-looking automobiles in the late 1960s. The Ford Mustang, through its different generations, is the forerunner of what is now known as a pony car: a sports car made affordable, compact and family friendly. This caters to sports car aficionados, office workers, and families everywhere, making it a versatile vehicle.
The owners at Microsoft opted to transform the 1967 Ford Mustang into a futuristic type of vehicle, complete with the latest digital technology that the aforementioned company can offer. Therefore, they consulted the well-renowned customs shop West Coast Customs for some concepts in the tuning and modernization of the classic automobile, and they made major changes to both the interior and the exterior.