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Boss Audio BV7300

$180.00 Released October, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Lots of ways to play media, good number of inputs.

The Cons:Programming is awkward and takes a long time to do. Controls are clumsy and the response is unpredictable. Takes a long time to load media from the USB port.

The Boss Audio BV7300 is an in-dash AM/FM/DVD/MP3/CD car receiver with DVD/MP4/MP3/SVCD/VCD/CDR/CDRW & SDVD compatibility. Priced $10 over its predecessor, the BV7200, the BV7300 is in fact an exact replica of the BV7200, except that it has what is described as a more elegant and classy front panel.

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In addition, the Audio BV7300 features a USB port, iPod/MP3 compatibility, front audio/video outputs, and a PLL synthesized AM/FM tuner. Sporting a 3.2” TFT wide-screen monitor, a wireless remote, and a detachable front panel, the Boss Audio BV7300 is considered an optimum and well priced solution for consumers seeking a multifunctional in-car music and video player.


  • DIN mounting
  • Full detachable front panel
  • DVD/MP4/MP3/SVCD/VCD/CDR/CDRW & SDVD compatible
  • USB port
  • SD/MMC Card Port
  • Front audio/video input
  • Compatible with audio output of iPod or any other MP3 players
  • Audio/Video Output
  • Built-in 3.2” widescreen TFT monitor
  • Resolution: 1152 x 234 pixels
  • Brightness: 400 NITS
  • NTSC/PAL compatible
  • On screen display
  • PLL synthesized AM/FM tuner
  • 24 Station presets
  • Illuminated controls
  • Preset EQ response curves
  • Separate bass and treble
  • Balance and fader controls
  • Loudness
  • Stereo/mono switch
  • Local/distance switch
  • Mute function
  • Digital clock
  • Last position memory
  • Repeat/intro/random
  • 1-Bit D/A converter
  • ESP (anti-skip mechanism)
  • Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs
  • Subwoofer output
  • Wireless remote control
  • Output power: 80w x 4 channels

User Reviews (1)

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    lots of ways to play media, good number of inputs

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    programming is awkward and takes a long time to do

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    controls are clumsy and the response is unpredictable

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    takes a long time to load media from the USB port

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    tends to change sources randomly all by itself

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    generates a lot of heat, may actually scorch the inside of your dash

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    buttons are small and hard to find as you drive

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    DVDs won't play in cold weather, the laser looses accuracy

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