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Alpine iLX-107 is an in-dash aftermarket receiver featuring a 7-inch capacitive touch screen with support for both Apple CarPlay and Wireless Apple CarPlay. There are a handful of aftermarket receivers that work with wired Apple CarPlay, but iLX-107 is the only model that works wirelessly. I’ve been testing iLX-107 installed in a 2017 Honda HR-V. Having Wireless CarPlay is a huge upgrade over the factory radio experience, adding easy access to Siri and Apple’s interface for Phone, Messages, Maps, Music, Podcasts, and Audiobooks. iLX-107 also works with radio, steering wheel controls, and several backup cameras. Replacing the factory receiver in new cars with multiple cameras can add complexity to the installation, but my local installers were able to retain the HR-V’s right lane blind spot camera functionality using a switcher and an Alpine-supported camera. CarPlay lets you invoke Siri by long-pressing the on-screen Home button, and iLX-107 features a dedicated hardware button labeled Siri for one-click access. For aesthetic reasons I would prefer the button to use a microphone icon or something similar as the Siri text is a bit small, but functionally I prefer using the clicky button to the software button for activating Siri. Centered is a dedicated button for switching between CarPlay and Alpine’s stock experience which includes access to radio playback and changing preferences. Alpine’s stock experience is designed to look familiar for iPhone users with green toggles for preferences. You can also switch between modes using on-screen shortcuts for CarPlay and Alpine, although you’ll usually spend time in CarPlay. Capacitive touch volume controls are located on the lower left corner, and touch seek controls are located on the bottom right half of the bezel. My preference is a physical volume rocker and either clicky or no seek buttons, but Alpine’s capacitive touch buttons are minimal enough (like the small branding at the top center) to not get in the way.
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I opted to use Bluetooth to transmit audio to the Alpine amplifier via a Creative Labs Sound Blaster E5 portable headphone DAC. The DAC provides a cleaner output, with higher voltage than the Shield Tablet's headphone jack, and simplifies the wiring process. It automatically turns on and connects to a paired Bluetooth device when it receives power from the micro USB port, which makes it less of a hassle. I wired another micro USB power adapter to a switched power source, so that it only turns on with the car – it turns off automatically when idle, too. While Nougat promises to bring the Android Auto user interface to your smartphone this fall, the Shield Tablet runs Marshmallow. Luckily, BitSpice Automate, one of the 11 best apps to use in your car, gives you an Android Auto-style user interface with plenty of control over your connectivity and power options. AutoMate also works with a variety of navigation and music apps. I opted to use Here Maps for navigation because I can download maps for the entire US and Canada without manually selecting an area, since I do not have data connectivity for it yet. The most important feature of AutoMate is the ability to automatically execute commands when certain events are triggered. I configured AutoMate to automatically wake the tablet, turn on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and resume music playback when the tablet receives power via micro USB (when the car turns on). When I turn the car off, AutoMate shuts off the screen, turns off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and music playback to conserve the tablet's battery.
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