1 reviews

Boss 720CA

$116.00 Released July, 2004

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy to figure out, controls are fairly intuitive. Buttons are easy to work with as you drive, nice layout. Installation is easy enough for first-time installers.

The Cons:Doesn't read MP3 or WMA files. Preset buttons are a little small, which is only slightly awkward for bigger fingers.

The Boss 720CA is an automotive in-dash CD receiver offered by Boss Audio. It features a full detachable front panel which has a front AUX input to easily enjoy music off any portable audio player using a standard headphone jack.

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Product Shot 2 It is compatible with CD, CD-R and CD-RW discs and has a built in PLL synthesized AM/FM tuner with 24 station preset, and can be switched between USA/Europe radio frequencies. It outputs 50 watts to 4 channels and there are dual RCA outputs for rear and front, as well as a subwoofer output.  To control the output sound, bass and treble are seperated and there are preset EQ response curves as well as balance and fader controls. The Boss 720CA comes with a wireless remote control and is sold as the RDS720CA which is the european frequency model.


  • ISO DIN mounting
  • Full detachable front panel
  • 5 Volt preamp output
  • Active black matrix display
  • PLL synthesized tuner
  • Switchable USA/Europe radio frequencies
  • 24 Station presets
  • Front panel auxiliary input
  • Compatible with audio output of iPod and other MP3 players
  • Quartz digital clock
  • CD mute function
  • Track repeat
  • Intro scan
  • 1 Bit D/A converter
  • 8X oversampling
  • Aux/mobile video input (rear)
  • CD-R/CD-RW compatible
  • ESP (anti-skip mechanism)
  • Preset EQ response curves
  • Separate bass and treble
  • Balance and fader controls
  • Subwoofer output (BassMax)
  • Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs
  • Loudness
  • Stereo/mono and local/distance switches
  • Wireless remote control
  • Output power: 50W x 4 channels

User Reviews (1)

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  • 1

    easy to figure out, controls are fairly intuitive

  • 1

    buttons are easy to work with as you drive, nice layout

  • 1

    installation is easy enough for first-time installers

  • 1

    panel feels solid, doesn't flex when you push the buttons, and all the buttons feel secure

  • 1

    easy to read the display in any lighting

  • 1

    sound output is loud and makes the most of OEM speakers

  • 1

    doesn't read MP3 or WMA files

  • 1

    preset buttons are a little small, which is only slightly awkward for bigger fingers

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