Compatible with select late-model GM vehicles, the GMCSS2 and GMCSS3 allow voice-command functions and help deliver high-quality audio directly to the factory sound system.
Clearwater, Fl., August 2007 — Peripheral Electronics, AAMP of America’s innovative OEM integration division, announced today it is now shipping two new cell phone adaptors for Motorola Bluetooth IHF1000 phone kits. Compatible with select late-model GM vehicles, the GMCSS2 and GMCSS3 allow voice-command functions and help deliver high-quality audio from the IHF1000 directly to the factory sound system.
The GMCSS2 works with GM Class 2 vehicles, and the GMCSS3 works with GM LAN vehicles. Together, they cover select 2000-2007 Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Hummer, Oldsmobile, and Pontiac vehicles.
Using the MOT1000 harness, the GMCSS2 and GMCSS3 adaptors provide a plug-and-play solution that connects the IHF1000 to the factory radio. The adaptors work with all amplified and non-amplified audio systems, and automatically mute the system when a call is sent or received. They also play conversations through the front speakers in digital-quality sound for an enhanced hands-free experience.
The GMCSS2 and GMCSS3 are an important addition to Peripheral Electronics’ Hands-Free OEM Integration Solutions. For more information, visit www.peripheralelectronics.com or call a Peripheral Electronics Sales Representative at 727-572-9255.
About AAMP of America:
AAMP of America is a global supplier of a broad spectrum of car and home audio video accessories, installation supplies and OEM integration solutions. AAMP of America brings many new technologies to the forefront including; convergence of personal audio devices into the automotive environment, integration of mobile video into OEM systems, and storefront point of purchase profit centers.