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Boss BV9562I


$479.00 Released February, 2006

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Display quality is great--DVD video looks crisp and bright. Decent basic unit for the price for those really only looking for DVD playback.

The Cons:Doesn't fit very easily in some double DIN mounts--some modification may be required. Menu interface looks very dated and ugly, especially compared to competing models. Touchscreen performance is inconsistent, registers touches sometimes almost randomly.

The Boss BV9350 is a high end car audio and video receiver. The 7 inch touchscreen is motorized so that it will slide down and retract when not in use. It also has full iPod control through the screen, allowing you to view playlists, artists, albums and full song search on the display.

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It can play CDs and DVDs, or play WMA, MP4 and MP3 files via USB or SD Memory Card ports. Outputs include front and rear RCA outputs and a subwoofer output. Total output power is split between four 80 watt channels. There is also an input for a rear view camera, and a wireless remote control. For security, the front panel is easily removable.

Features

  • 7 in touchscreen
  • Motorized, slide-down front panel
  • 1440 x 234 resolution
  • Full iPod control: View playlist, artist, album, song search on the display
  • WMA, MP4, MP3 supported
  • DVD, SVCD, VCD, CDR, CDRW & SDVD compatible
  • USB and SD Memory Card ports
  • Detachable front panel
  • AM/FM tuner, 30 station presets
  • Switchable USA/Europe radio frequencies
  • Bass, treble, balance and fader controls
  • Subwoofer output (BassMax)
  • Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs
  • Rear view camera input
  • Wireless remote control
  • Output power: 80W x 4 channels 

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    Display quality is great--DVD video looks crisp and bright.

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    Decent basic unit for the price for those really only looking for DVD playback.

Cons
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    Doesn't fit very easily in some double DIN mounts--some modification may be required.

  • 1

    Menu interface looks very dated and ugly, especially compared to competing models.

  • 1

    Touchscreen performance is inconsistent, registers touches sometimes almost randomly.

  • 1

    Very slow when changing through sources (MP3, CD, FM, etc.)

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    Limited EQ functionality--presets only, limiting sound customization.

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    iPod interface is very poorly laid out, doesn't display album art.

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