- Front Panel Aux In & USB Input
- SAT Radio Ready
- iPod Control Ready
- EQ3 Stage 2
- 52W x 4 High Power
- Rear/Sub Selectable Preout w/LPF
- Supplied wireless card remote (RM-X151)
- MP3/WMA/AAC/ATRAC3plus Playback
- 13-Segment FL Display
- Flip-down detachable faceplate
- UniLink Control, CD Text
- Switchable Red/Green Illumination
- 24-bit DAC
- ATRAC3™ plus/CONNECT™ Ready
- MP3 ID3Tag Indication (Title/Artist/Album)
- Drive-S with 120dB S/N Ratio
- SSIR-EXA tuner, 18FM & 12AM presets
- BTM (Best Tuning Memory)
- Multi-Session (MP3/ATRAC/WMA/AAC)
- 45 degree install
- CEA-2006 Power Compliant
- Pause function
- Authorized Internet Dealer
*Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer warranty.
This item is accompanied by a manufacturer's warranty. If it is found to be defective, it may be returned to OnlineCarstereo.com for replacement within 30 days from the original date of purchase with proper return authorization. After the 30 day time period, products must be returned to their original manufacturer for the remainder of the manufacturer's warranty period.
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schnupfi From LA
|bought it last year.
CD slot hangs and demands reset too often.
reset looses all radio stations, time etc.
Batterie disconnect looses everything immediatelly.
Need manual too often.
I like it, but looses my settings too easy.|
PETER PARKER From MANAGUA NICARAGUA
|the truth is I allways buy sony, It´s the best and the USB feature is the best one yet. I have no more cds only my 4g´s memory flash, you have to buy this unit|
JoeBill From Pendleton, Oregon
|Living in the Oregon Outback (Eastern Oregon), I wanted the best FM receiver, the clearest CD player and a unit with a USB slot for a 2GB thumbdrive. Replaced the factory installed Clarion Cassette/AM/FM, now I receive twice as many FM stations and the Thumbdrive playback is totally amazing. Install was a snap, removed the old unit, sat at the dining table and made up the new wiring harness and slipped it back in for a factory look, well almost, the sony trim ring is too tight when intalling the dash pnel back on, but you can't tell unless you look real close. Sony is still the best after all these years!|