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Boss 737UI


$167.00 Released December, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Plenty of power to the speakers, drives aftermarket speakers well without an additional amp. 5 volt pre-amps provide more than enough signal clarity for a well defined sound. Buttons and knobs are all easy and comfortable to work with.

The Cons:IPod interface is short on features, skipping through tracks can be slow and take a long time. Volume knob is a bit smooth and hard to turn sometimes.

The Boss 737UI is an MP3 compatible automotive in-dash CD receiver with USB and SD memory slots and front aux input offered by Boss Audio. It features an integrated USB port to enjoy media off USB devices as well as full detachable front panel which has a front AUX input to easily enjoy music off any portable audio player using a standard headphone jack, and is also capable of controlling an iPod with optional integration cable.

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It is compatible with CD, CD-R, CD-RW and MP3 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 60 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 balance and fader controls. The Boss 737UI has illuminated buttons, comes with a wireless remote control and is sold as the RDS737UI which is the European frequency model.

Features

  • ISO DIN mounting
  • Full detachable front panel
  • Full control for iPod (when used with IPC40 Integration Cable, sold separately)
  • 5 Volt preamp output
  • Oversized, active black mask display
  • Illuminated control buttons
  • PLL synthesized tuner
  • 24 Station presets
  • Switchable USA/Europeradio frequencies
  • USB port
  • SD Memory Card port
  • 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
  • ESP (anti-skip mechanism)
  • MP3/CD-R/CD-RW compatible
  • ID3-Tag display
  • Aux/mobile video input (rear)
  • Separate bass and treble
  • Balance and fader controls
  • Subwoofer output (BassMax)
  • Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs
  • Loudness
  • Stereo/mono & local/distance switches
  • Wireless remote control
  • Output power: 60W x 4 channels

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    plenty of power to the speakers, drives aftermarket speakers well without an additional amp

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    5 volt pre-amps provide more than enough signal clarity for a well defined sound

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    buttons and knobs are all easy and comfortable to work with

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    display is bright and clear day or night

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    CD player works quickly and never skips

  • 1

    offers full control of the iPod for easy playback

Cons
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    iPod interface is short on features, skipping through tracks can be slow and take a long time

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    volume knob is a bit smooth and hard to turn sometimes

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