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Boss Audio BV9985


$400.00 Released June, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Screen is very sharp and detailed, comfortable to watch a movie on. Compatible with a wide range of file formats, seems to be able to play back almost anything. Bluetooth pairing is automatic as you get into the car and ready for calls in a few seconds.

The Cons:Doesn't have a lot of expansion options built in, Satellite radio not directly supported.

The Boss Audio BV9985 is an in-dash multimedia receiver with a 7" motorized flip-out wide touchscreen monitor and an anti-theft removable control panel.  The receiver is Bluetooth enabled and includes AM/FM, DVD, MP3, and CD compatibility.

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  It also has integrated USB, SD, and AUX inputs and is NTSC/PAL compatible.  The BV9985 has an output power of 340 watts and comes with a wireless remote control.  The primary difference between this model and the BV9980RDS is that the BV9985 is Bluetooth enabled while the BV9980RDS has a Radio Data System.

Features/Specs

  • 7" Wide touchscreen TFT monitor (1200x234 resolution)
  • WMA/MP4/MP3/DVD/SVCD/VCD/CDR/CDRW & SDVD compatible
  • Bluetooth system
  • Anti-theft removable control panel
  • NTSC/PAL compatible
  • Inputs: USB, SD card, front AUX 
  • 340 watts (85w x 4 channels)
  • ISO DIN mounting
  • Wireless remote control

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Pros
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    screen is very sharp and detailed, comfortable to watch a movie on

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    compatible with a wide range of file formats, seems to be able to play back almost anything

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    Bluetooth pairing is automatic as you get into the car and ready for calls in a few seconds

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    sound output is extremely powerful, drives after-market speakers well without needing an external amp

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    panel comes off and snaps back on securely

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    good range of inputs for external media players or storage media

Cons
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    doesn't have a lot of expansion options built in, Satellite radio not directly supported

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