A car audio startup in Texas is hoping to capitalize on the tablet boom by creating an aftermarket stereo that you control with your iPad.
Last summer, Jackson Electronics launched its iRoc stereo, which uses the driver's iPhone mounted on the deck's face. The Austin-based company recently announced that it's working on a special adapter that will enable drivers to mount an iPad on the head unit, according to an article in CEoutlook.
The iRoc stereo is equipped with a 40-watt amplifier and six line-outs for subwoofers and speakers. The unit is controlled by the iPhone's touch screen, and works with all of your favorite entertainment and navigation applications on the handset. With the iRocEQ iPhone app, available to download for free on iTunes, you can control advanced equalizer settings for the deck. … Read more