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Clarion DUZ385SAT


$300.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 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.

Features

  • 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)

Specifications

  • Discs: CD-DA/CD-R/RW
  • Formats: MP3, WMA, AAC
  • Display: 13 x 10 2-Line LCD

Optional

  • SAT
  • Bluetooth (BLT370 Required)

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Pros
  • 1

    gets great radio reception even with weaker signals

  • 1

    CD playback is consistent even with burned CDs

  • 1

    AUX port works with everything and gets great sound

  • 1

    USB connection to a storage device starts playing right away and is easy to work with

  • 1

    has some nice EQ settings that are easy to adjust

Cons
  • 1

    screen is very reflective and can't be read if the sun hits it

  • 1

    no power button, have to hold the Src button to turn it on/off

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