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Auto sound systems go way beyond a radio.

This all-in-one audio/video center is a fully in-car entertainment unit. It features a 7-inch widescreen CD/DVD receiver, a fully motorized QVGA monitor, a touch-screen control and a two-year limited warranty by Sony, $1,399.95, from Elite Autosports (7501 Westbank Expwy., Marrero, 348-3900; www.eliteautosports.net).
The KDCX-879 stereo system can provide all your music needs with an in-dash radio and CD player -- and it can be used with an iPod. It has a MASK Pro-3-dimensional motorized control and display city, a digital-to-analog converter, dual-zone audio control, an advanced crossover system, a clock, display dimmer, touch-tone buttons and a fluorescent backlight, high-resolution LCD display. The high voltage preamp output is 5 volts and the maximum output power is 50 watts x 4. There's also a programmable security code system, $449.95. Installation is free for units bought at Mobile One. Play your personalized music library from your iPod on your Kenwood radio-CD system with an easy adapter that provides power to the iPod, enables direct control of most iPod functions from the radio, sends iPod display info to the radio, and even recharges the iPod's battery, $79, both from Mobile One (3000 Clearview Pkwy., Metairie, 454-5104; 516 Westbank Expwy., Gretna, 366-1127; 8700 Lake Forest Blvd., 246-8252; 1514 Gause Blvd., Slidell, (985) 641-0631; a store soon will open at 1620 N. Hwy. 190, Covington).

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