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Boss BV7975


$299.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Screen is clear and easy to see in all kinds of lighting. Touchscreen is responsive, icons are generally large enough to be easy to select. Supports a good range of compressed audio types, seems compatible with a lot of things.

The Cons:Internal clock looses over a half hour a day. Quality control is poor, tends to arrive with some internal issue, needs thorough testing.

The Boss BV7975 is a mid range car audio receiver and DVD player. The touchscreen is 5.8 inches and has a resolution of 1440x240. In addition to CD and DVD play, file formats like MP3, AAC and JPG are supported.

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The AM/FM radio has 30 station presets, and can be switched between USA and Europe radio frequencies. Bluetooth support makes it compatible with your smartphone or other audio devices, and there is a port to plug in your iPod. DVD play can be controlled from the back seat by a wireless remote control.

Expandability options can be handled through a USB port or the front and rear RCA outputs. There is also a rear-view camera input. This system puts out 4 channels of 80 watts, and has controls for bass, treble, balance and fader.

Features

  • 5.8-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display
  • 1440 x 240 resolution
  • AM/FM radio
  • 30 station presets
  • Switchable USA/Europe radio frequencies
  • Accepts DVD, DVD-R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW
  • MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV, JPG formats supported
  • USB, iPod, Bluetooth inputs
  • Front/Rear RCA A/V input, rear-view camera input
  • 4 x 80 Watts power
  • Separate bass and treble
  • Balance and fader controls
  • Detachable front panel
  • Wireless remote control 

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Pros
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    screen is clear and easy to see in all kinds of lighting

  • 1

    touchscreen is responsive, icons are generally large enough to be easy to select

  • 1

    supports a good range of compressed audio types, seems compatible with a lot of things

  • 1

    good range of controls to make quick adjustments to the audio on the fly

  • 1

    output is very loud, can drive aftermarket speakers hard without needing an additional amp

Cons
  • 1

    internal clock looses over a half hour a day

  • 1

    quality control is poor, tends to arrive with some internal issue, needs thorough testing

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