Released June, 2004
The Cons:Tuner doesn't always react properly, will often turn it and nothing happen. Will sometimes loose a station's signal, need to leave the station and come back to get it again. No AM/FM preset stations at all.
The XD5110 is an entry-level in-dash receiver from car audio manufacturer Dual. It supports 100W of total output power, distributed among four channels. The XD5110 has a fairly standard feature set, with a CD player and an AM/FM tuner compatible with European frequencies.
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Thirty presets are built in. Other features include a bass boost option, and anti-shock mechanism which minimizes CD skipping. The XD5110 lacks many features common in today's in-dash receivers, like USB connectivity and support for iPods and satellite radio. It is no longer manufactured by Dual.
- 100W peak power (25 W per channel)
- CD/CD-R/RW playback
- AM/FM tuner
- Compatible with US and European frequencies
- 30 presets
- Bass boost
- Fixed faceplate
User Reviews (1)
tuner doesn't always react properly, will often turn it and nothing happen
will sometimes loose a station's signal, need to leave the station and come back to get it again
no AM/FM preset stations at all
no seek/scan option for tuning
controls are very awkward overall to do anything, poor design
display is hard to read day or night, red backlighting is difficult to look at
anti-skip function for the CD isn't very good
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