Released January, 2010
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.
- 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
User Reviews (1)
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
good range of controls to make quick adjustments to the audio on the fly
output is very loud, can drive aftermarket speakers hard without needing an additional amp
internal clock looses over a half hour a day
quality control is poor, tends to arrive with some internal issue, needs thorough testing
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