Released February, 2007
The Pros:Plenty of power to the speakers, can get reasonably loud. Sharp and clear picture on the display, lots of detail. Plays a wide range of file and disc types.
The Cons:Whole system is prone to lock-ups that won't let it shut down properly, making it run down the car battery. Prone to skips and lock-ups when playing a DVD. Some colors tend to look a bit washed out and dull.
The Boss BV9960 is a mid-range to high-end A/V head unit with a 7" TFT touchscreen. Its ESP anti-skip mechanism ensures smooth CD and DVD playback while its single USB port offers support for a popular music and video file types via any USB flash storage device.
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Additionally, the BV9960 features a PLL synthesized AM/FM radio tuner.
The BV9960's ESP anti-skip mechanism utilizes a buffer system to ensure that CD and DVD audio/video playback remain uninterrupted even on bumpier roads. Its USB port allows the BV9960 to playback WMA and MP3 audio as well as MP4 and DivX video via any USB storage device or hard drive. Meanwhile, the BV9960's PLL synthesized AM/FM radio tuner ensures strong AM and FM radio signal while in urban and rural settings.
- DivX/WMA/MP4/MP3/DVD/SVCD/VCD/CDR/CDRW & SDVD compatible
- 7 Touchscreen TFT widescreen active matrix display
- Resolution: 1200 x 234 pixels & Brightness: 600 NITS
- Output power: 85w x 4 channels
- Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs & Wireless remote control
- PLL synthesized AM/FM radio tuner
- ESP anti-skip mechanism
User Reviews (2)
plenty of power to the speakers, can get reasonably loud
sharp and clear picture on the display, lots of detail
plays a wide range of file and disc types
tuner gets fairly good reception
whole system is prone to lock-ups that won't let it shut down properly, making it run down the car battery
prone to skips and lock-ups when playing a DVD
some colors tend to look a bit washed out and dull
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