This is a revolutionary and complete interface that, in few easy operations, allows you to connect, to aftermarket and to OEM car radios, three different and selectable devices such as: Apple iPod player/iPad/iPhone, USB pen and auxiliary audio source.
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MAESTRO 2.0 is a revolutionary and complete appliance that, in few easy operations, allows you to connect, to aftermarket and to OEM car radios, three different and selectable devices such as: Apple iPod player/iPad/iPhone, USB pen and auxiliary audio source.
MAESTRO 2.0 is certified with Apple product mentioned and with any USB pen or Hard disk. Furthermore, on the Aux in input, it is possible to connect audio sources like: Mp3 player, Dvd player, portable navigation systems, etc.
Device functions can be directly controlled by the remote control (optional) or by steering wheel commands, where provided, both on Resistive and Canbus cars. This is a really exclusive characteristic
for a universal product.
MAESTRO 2.0 is able to transfer all text data and menu data, to the radio display thanks to RDS protocol.
In this way, source name, folder name and song title can be directly read on the Radio display. Each source can be managed by the car original steering wheel commands.
Interface menu, if selected, can be visualized on the radio display and at the same time can be heard from the speakers through a speech synthesis.
MAESTRO 2.0 has an audio quality comparable to the CD audio one!
Supported Audio Formats
Steering Wheel Commands Protocols
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|Volkswagen||Amarok, Touran, Touareg, Tiguan, Sharan, Scirocco, Polo 5 rest. 6C, Polo 5 6R, Passat, Multivan, Beetle, CC, Eos, Golf 7 (5G), Golf Plus, Golf V (1K), Golf VI (5K)|
|Category||AUX integration, iPod iPhone integration, USB integration|