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Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Pioneer Joins HTC Connect Program to Link A/V Devices With Smartphones


Pioneer Electronics will make its 2012 line of consumer products compatible with HTC's smartphone, by joining the HTC Connect program.

HTC today announced its HTC Connect certification program designed to offer consumer electronics manufacturers the opportunity to create an improved sound and visual standard for connectivity between HTC devices and consumer electronics. For consumers, HTC Connect will mean high-quality, wireless audio and video sent through their HTC smartphones to their compatible in-home and in-car electronics.

The HTC One series of smartphones is slated to receive HTC Connect certification through a software update in the coming months.

"The vision for HTC Connect is to allow our customers to easily stream their favorite high-quality video and audio from their smartphone into their home or car. This new initiative will build upon HTC's innovation in smartphones with leading consumer electronics brands," said Kouji Kodera, chief product officer, HTC Corporation. "We're also excited to announce Pioneer Electronics, a leader in the audio and video industry, as our first partner to demonstrate the initial HTC Connect-certified audio experience for consumers."

Pioneer Electronics is the first company to bring HTC Connect-certified devices to market. HTC Connect will be featured as part of Pioneer's 2012 lineup of DLNA-capable audio/video receivers and wireless speakers.


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