Kicker Launches All-Vehicle iPod/iPhone System

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Kicker (Stillwater Designs) will unveil at the SEMA Show this week, an amplifier for an iPod or iPhone that can work in any vehicle with a charging system, including hot rods, UTVs, motorcycles, and golf carts.

Kicker PXi502 All Vehicle iPod/iPhone systemThe PXi50.2 amplifier plugs into a separate controller and speakers to give you music from your iPod, iPhone or other MP3 player, for playback in any vehicle.

The 25 watt by 2 (2 ohm) amplifier has a low current draw. And it has line-level stereo outputs for use with other amps in your system.
Kicker actually shows it installed in a lawnmower in the video below.

The iPod/iPhone amplifier/controller also charges the portable as it plays.  The  PXi50.2 will ship January 1 at a suggested retail price of $249.95.

Source: CEoutlook

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  1. Greg,

    Yes, there is a chrome bar clamp that comes with the PXi50.2 (not shown in product photo above or in video) that allows you to easily clamp the weather-proof controller to just about any sized “handle bar” system like you will find on bikes, jet-skis, snowmobiles, etc.

    We are debuting this piece at SEMA this week so if you happen to be there come on by for a live demo and we can answer any questions then.

    It is certainly a unique piece that lets you add music anywhere you have a 12 volt supply and with its minimal current draw design it is great on those vehicles that do not have a full blown electrical charging system.

    Response so far has been nothing short of amazing with the two biggest questions being 1.) When can I get it and 2.) When can I get it! 🙂

    Thanks for your question.

    Kip Litsey
    Kicker Global Marketing
    Special Ops

  2. Good idea for four wheelers, UTV’s, boat’s even jet skis. But are there different kinds of mounts for motorcycles? Not sure how you are going to be able to mount the controller on a cycle.

  3. Wow what a professional install. Who needs soldering when you can wrap some wires together with some electrical tape!

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