Boss Audio BV7960T
Released March, 2007
The Pros:Attractive design, looks very high-end. Installation is easy enough for anyone moderately comfortable with a screwdriver. Controls are simple, doesn't take long to work everything out.
The Cons:Buttons don't feel very sturdy, can be broken if you push too hard.
The Boss Audio BV7960T is an in-dash AM/FM/DVD/MP3/CD automobile receiver with a 3.5" TFT wide-screen monitor that displays up to 1152x234 resolution. Second in line of the BV7900 series, the Audio BV7960T offers additional features from the BV9650 including a built-in TV tuner, thereby having an increased MSRP price of $169.99, versus the $159.99 for its predecessor.
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Capable of being attached to MP3 and iPod players, plus displaying CD/DVD/VCD content, the Boss Audio BV7960T also includes a USB port, a PLL synthesized AM/FM tuner, and dual(front and rear) RCA outputs.
- DIN mounting
- Drop-down full detachable panel
- WMA/MP4/MP3/DVD/SVCD/VCD/CDR/CDRW & SDVD compatible
- USB port
- Front auxiliary input
- Compatible with audio output of iPod or any other MP3 players
- Built-in 3.5” widescreen TFT monitor
- Resolution: 1152 x 234 pixels
- Brightness: 400 NITS
- NTSC/PAL compatible
- On screen display
- PLL synthesized AM/FM tuner
- 30 Station presets
- Switchable USA/Europe radio frequencies
- RDS (Radio Data System)
- Built in TV tuner (NTSC/PAL BG/I/DK switchable)
- Illuminated controls
- Preset EQ response curves
- Separate bass and treble
- Balance and fader controls
- Stereo/mono switch
- Local/distance switch
- Mute function
- Last position memory
- 1-Bit D/A converter
- ESP (anti-skip mechanism)
- Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs
- Wireless remote control
- Output power: 80w x 4 channels
User Reviews (1)
attractive design, looks very high-end
installation is easy enough for anyone moderately comfortable with a screwdriver
controls are simple, doesn't take long to work everything out
picture is clear and has bright coors
sound output is clear and powerful, great for after-market speakers
plays a wide variety of file formats and works with burned CDs and DVDs without any problems
good range of connectivity options for external media devices and amplifiers
buttons don't feel very sturdy, can be broken if you push too hard
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