Released June, 2006
The Pros:Buttons are easy to find once you get used to them. Everything feels solid and well assembled. General operation is well designed and makes sense.
The Cons:Text is small and hard to read on the buttons, takes awhile to get them memorized. Display is a bit hard to read in any lighting. CDs often have a hard time ejecting properly.
The XD5220 is a lower-end in-dash receiver from car audio manufacturer Dual. It supports 120 W of total output power, distributed among four channels. The XD5220 has a fairly standard feature set, with a CD player and AM/FM tuner with 30 presets and support for European frequencies.
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Other features include a bass boost option, and an anti-shock mechanism which minimizes CD skipping. The XD5220 is a step up in power from the 100W XD5125, but lacks the lower model's DVD player. Like other XD-series models, though, the XD5220 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.
- 120W peak power (30 W per channel)
- CD/CD-R/RW playback
- AM/FM tuner
- Compatible with US and European frequencies
- 30 presets
- 5 EQ presets
- Bass boost
- Detachable faceplate
User Reviews (1)
buttons are easy to find once you get used to them
everything feels solid and well assembled
general operation is well designed and makes sense
text is small and hard to read on the buttons, takes awhile to get them memorized
display is a bit hard to read in any lighting
CDs often have a hard time ejecting properly
CD player is prone to skipping especially on burned CDs
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