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Boss BV9990


$528.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Inputs for a wide variety of add-ons and portable media devices. Audio output is very clear even through OEM speakers. Touch screen is sensitive enough to react the first time, but not overly sensitive that you accidentally register clicks when you don't mean to.

The Cons:Menu navigation is a bit complicated, things nested in sub-menus that should be easier to find. Tuning the radio takes a lot of time and effort, not nearly as easy as it needs to be for practical purposes. Constructed with low-cost materials that are prone to early failure.

The Boss BV9990 is an in-dash DVD/MP3/CD receiver with flip-out 7" monitor. The disc player is capable of playing CDs, DVDs and almost any other format you can throw at it, including MP3, MP4 WMA and writable discs.

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Product Shot 2 For added connectivity there is a USB and SD memory card slot as well as a front AUX input to easily enjoy music off any portable audio player using a standard headphone jack. There is also a built in PLL synthesizer tuner with 30 station presets and is switchable from US to Europe radio frequencies. It has a 7" touchscreen TFT monitor with active matrix display witha resolution of 1400 x 234 pixels and is motorized to flip out. To control the output sound, bass and treble are seperated and there are balance and fader controls. It has dual RCA outputs (front and rear) and gives 85 watts of power to each of the 4 channel outputs and also has a Bassmax subwoofer output. Other notable features include a rear view camera input, drop-down removable front panel and an AV input in the rear.

Features

  • ISO DIN mounting
  • Drop-down full detachable front panel
  • WMA/MP4/MP3/DVD/SVCD/VCD/CDR/CDRW & SDVD compatible
  • 7” Touchscreen TFT widescreen active matrix display
  • USB port
  • SD Memory Card port
  • Resolution: 1440 x 234 pixels
  • Brightness: 600 NITS
  • On-screen display
  • Vertical angle adjustment
  • NTSC/PAL compatible monitor
  • Front panel graphic EQ display
  • PLL synthesized AM/FM tuner
  • 30 station presets
  • RDS (Radio Data System)
  • Switchable USA/Europe radio frequencies
  • Separate bass and treble
  • Balance and fader controls
  • Compatible with audio output of iPod and other MP3 players
  • Mute function
  • Intro scan
  • Last position memory
  • 1-Bit D/A converter
  • 8X oversampling
  • ESP (anti-skip mechanism)
  • Subwoofer output (BassMax)
  • Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs
  • Wireless remote control
  • AV input (rear)
  • Rear view camera input
  • Output power: 85w x 4 channels

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Pros
  • 2

    inputs for a wide variety of add-ons and portable media devices

  • 1

    audio output is very clear even through OEM speakers

  • 1

    touch screen is sensitive enough to react the first time, but not overly sensitive that you accidentally register clicks when you don't mean to

  • 1

    screen is very bright, can handle direct sunlight and still be visible

Cons
  • 1

    menu navigation is a bit complicated, things nested in sub-menus that should be easier to find

  • 1

    tuning the radio takes a lot of time and effort, not nearly as easy as it needs to be for practical purposes

  • 0

    constructed with low-cost materials that are prone to early failure

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Anonymous: #boss_bv9990 I've been throught two of these in 2 years. Good in therey and works well for a while but my flip out dvd has broken on both of them. Plus the face plate is only held up by a tiny lever which is easily brokem, so now I have to hold the face plate with tape. Not a good look. Apr 22, 12
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Anonymous
Anonymous: #boss_bv9990 is there a way i could order just the the front face panel because i lost mine ?-_- Feb 22, 12
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Anonymous: #boss_bv9990 where the hell is the sd card insert.... Feb 16, 11
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