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Boss Audio BV8235B


$280.00 Released July, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Touchscreen is responsive, lets you make quick selections. Bluetooth connections pair up right away and don't tend to drop. Screen is bright enough to be easy to view in sunlight.

The Cons:Can't navigate with hardware buttons, need to use on-screen controls, a bit awkward as you drive. Interface is a bit ugly, can't customize the background and the on-screen buttons look low-res. JPGs are stretched and don't tend to render very well.

The Boss Audio BV8235B is an in-dash multimedia receiver that includes AM/FM, DVD, MP3, and CD compatibility and is Bluetooth enabled.  The receiver features a 5" widescreen touchscreen with a motorized fully detachable panel.

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  It also has integrated USB and AUX inputs and is NTSC/PAL compatible.  The BV8235B has an output power of 320 watts and comes with a wireless remote control.  The only difference between this model and the BV8225T is that the BV8235B is Bluetooth enabled but does not include a TV tuner while the BV8225T has a TV tuner but is not Bluetooth enabled.

Features/Specs

  • 5" Wide touchscreen TFT monitor (1440x234 resolution)
  • WMA/MP4/MP3/DVD/SVCD/VCD/CDR/CDRW & SDVD compatible
  • Bluetooth system
  • NTSC/PAL compatible
  • USB and front panel AUX inputs
  • 320 watts (80w x 4 channels)
  • Single DIN mounting
  • Motorized slide down full detachable panel
  • Wireless remote control

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Pros
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    touchscreen is responsive, lets you make quick selections

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    Bluetooth connections pair up right away and don't tend to drop

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    screen is bright enough to be easy to view in sunlight

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    impressive output volume, will drive after-market speakers powerfully without the need for an extra amplifier

Cons
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    can't navigate with hardware buttons, need to use on-screen controls, a bit awkward as you drive

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    interface is a bit ugly, can't customize the background and the on-screen buttons look low-res

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    JPGs are stretched and don't tend to render very well

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    not being actively supported, no patches or updates expected

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