Released January, 2009
The Pros:Gets great radio reception even with weaker signals. CD playback is consistent even with burned CDs. AUX port works with everything and gets great sound.
The Cons:Screen is very reflective and can't be read if the sun hits it. No power button, have to hold the Src button to turn it on/off.
The Clarion DUZ385SAT is an entry-level, in-dash audio head unit compatible with CDs, MP3s, WMAs, and AACs. Included is a USB interface for connecting to an external USB-based MP3 player, as well as an iPod.
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For superior audio performance, the unit uses Magna Bass EX, which allows users to boost the ultra-low frequency range without producing any unwanted noise. Unlike the superior CX609 model, the DUZ385SAT lacks integrated Bluetooth, but hosts enough connectivity to be ready for: Bluetooth and Satellite Radio. Note also that the system doesn’t come with a remote control, but one can be purchased—as the unit features a built-in IR port.
- 2-DIN, Audio In-Dash Head Unit
- Magna Bass EX
- MP3/WMA/AAC Playback (ID3-TAG)
- USB Interface (iPod cable included)
- 4ch/2V RCA Output
- 50W x 4 Built-in Amplifier
- Built-in IR Eye (RCB176 Remote Optional)
- Discs: CD-DA/CD-R/RW
- Formats: MP3, WMA, AAC
- Display: 13 x 10 2-Line LCD
- Bluetooth (BLT370 Required)
User Reviews (1)
gets great radio reception even with weaker signals
CD playback is consistent even with burned CDs
AUX port works with everything and gets great sound
USB connection to a storage device starts playing right away and is easy to work with
has some nice EQ settings that are easy to adjust
screen is very reflective and can't be read if the sun hits it
no power button, have to hold the Src button to turn it on/off
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