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Dual XD1222


$90.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Buttons are well laid out and easy to work with as you drive. Provides quick and easy access to sound-tuning settings.

The Cons:Bright blue display is annoying at night. Suffers from various components on it failing within the first year. Low power output even compared to standard OEM head units.

The Dual XD1222 is an entry-level in-dash multimedia A/V receiver which provides up to 60 watts of peak power.  The receiver is designed with a black and blue dot matrix display and a detachable face for security.

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  It supports playback of CD-R and CD-RW discs and includes a front panel AUX input for connecting an audio device.  The XD1222 is a step up from the XD1215 since it also includes a front panel USB charging port which the XD1215 lacks.  The receiver features a built-in AM/FM tuner with 30 presets and includes electronic volume, bass, treble, balance, and fader controls.  It requires single din installation and has a suggested retail price of $90.

Features/Specs

  • Detachable Face
  • Blue/Black Dot Matrix Display
  • Programmable Turn-On Volume
  • AM/FM Tuner with 30 Presets
  • Single Din Installation
  • Electronic volume, bass, treble, balance, fader
  • 3 Selectable EQ curves - pop, classic, rock
  • Inputs/Outputs: Preamp Out, Front Panel AUX Input, Front Panel USB Charge Port
  • Power Output: 15 watts x 4 channels
  • Playback Compatibility: CD-R, CD-RW

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    buttons are well laid out and easy to work with as you drive

  • 1

    provides quick and easy access to sound-tuning settings

Cons
  • 1

    bright blue display is annoying at night

  • 1

    suffers from various components on it failing within the first year

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    low power output even compared to standard OEM head units

  • 1

    won't play CDs when the car is too cold

  • 0

    faceplate doesn't connect firmly to the main unit, and will often disconnect briefly when you make a volume adjustment

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