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Peripheral Electronics announces full line of Radio Replacement Interfaces for thousands of vehicles.

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Comprehensive OEM Integration Add-a-Head Solutions allow owners to replace their factory stereo without impacting any network audio and car-safety features.

Clearwater, Fl., August 2007 — Peripheral Electronics, AAMP of America’s innovative OEM Integration division, announced today its full line of radio replacement interfaces for thousands of vehicles. These comprehensive OEM Integration Add-a-Head Solutions allow owners to replace their factory stereo without impacting any network audio and car-safety features.

The solutions include the CHYAH05, CHYRAP, GMAHLAN, GMAHLANB, GMCOL11, GMCOL29, GMAHSC, GMAH24, GMAH24B, GMAH32, GMAHCM, GMCO, GMCO2, GMCO3, GMOS1, and GMOS21B interfaces.

Currently, the solutions cover select Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, GMC, Hummer, Jeep, Mercury, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, and Saturn vehicles. Future plans for Audi, Ford, Lincoln, Mazda, Toyota and Volkswagen interfaces are already in the works.

Removing the factory stereo in many new vehicles can disrupt important features controlled by the vehicle’s computerized network system. Depending on the vehicle make and model, these features can include warning chimes, audible turn signal indicators, and retained power to vehicle accessories. In some vehicles, removing the factory stereo also disables sophisticated cautionary features like rear-hazard assistance.

Peripheral Electronics’ add-a-head solutions keep all the network features intact when the factory radio is replaced. Certain interfaces even work seamlessly with the full line of Bose amplified and OnStar factory systems, automatically muting the aftermarket stereo when OnStar is being used. The interfaces also integrate with any aftermarket audio system, from simple CD players to more elaborate systems with DVD players, navigational capability, and flip-out video screens.

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As vehicle networks and aftermarket audio systems become more complex, demand grows for a way to connect the two–without losing any vehicle functionality or advanced safety features. With its comprehensive OEM Integration Add-a-Head Solutions, Peripheral Electronics stakes its claim as the leader in radio replacement integration.

For more information, visit www.peripheralelectronics.com or call a Peripheral Electronics Sales Representative at 800-477-2267.
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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.
Peripheral Electronics can be found on the Web at www.Peripheralelectronics.com. For more information please contact Stephen Ansley at 727-572-9255 or stephen.ansley@aampofamerica.com.

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