Released January, 2010
The Pros:Ports on the front are great for temporary connections of external devices, seems compatible with everything. Screen is very bright and has vibrant colors. Overall interface is fairly intuitive, don't need the manual.
The Cons:Touch-sensitive buttons can't be found unless you look at them, a bit awkward when you're driving. Everything is a bit unresponsive, need to press firmly.
The Boss BV8730 is a mid range car audio receiver with built in DVD player. The specifications and functions are identical to the Boss BV8720, but the panel has been redesigned to place the display in the middle and the control dial has been raised.
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It has a 4.5 inch touchscreen display that works in 1440x234 resolution, and can handle both CDs and DVDs as well as WMA, MP4 and MP3 formats. There are ports for USB and SD cards as well. The AM/FM radio can be switched between USA and European radio frequencies, and has 30 station presets. There are extra RCA front and rear outputs, and a rear view camera input.
This receiver outputs four channels of 80 watts each. Separate controls are built in for bass, treble, balance, and fader.
- 4.5 in touchscreen
- 1440 x 234 resolution display
- Touch sensitive controls
- WMA, MP4, MP3 support
- DVD, SVCD, VCD, CDR, CDRW & SDVD compatible
- USB and SD Memory Card ports
- NTSC/PAL compatible monitor
- AM/FM tuner
- 30 station presets
- Switchable USA/Europe radio frequencies
- Separate bass and treble
- Balance and fader controls
- Compatible with audio output of iPod and other MP3 players
- Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs
- Rear view camera input
- Wireless remote control
- Output power: 80w x 4 channels
User Reviews (1)
ports on the front are great for temporary connections of external devices, seems compatible with everything
screen is very bright and has vibrant colors
overall interface is fairly intuitive, don't need the manual
reads a wide range of file formats, nice compatibility
tuner gets distant stations in very well
enough power output for aftermarket speakers
touch-sensitive buttons can't be found unless you look at them, a bit awkward when you're driving
everything is a bit unresponsive, need to press firmly
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