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Dual XD6150


$160.00 Released August, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Sound is well balanced between the bass, mids and treble. Screen is easy to read day or night. Accepts audio input through USB or AUX, compatible with most portable devices.

The Cons:Rotary knob tends to stick, feels cheap. Distorts bass at higher volumes. Radio reception isn't very good, tends to pick up a lot of static.

The Dual XD6150 is a low-end to mid-range single-DIN car audio receiver with a 2" blue dot matrix display. It features support for CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs as well as an Aux port for compatibility with mp3 players and cellphones.

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Additionally, the XD6150 features a front panel USB port for on-the-go charging of most USB devices.

The XD6150's CD/CD-R/CD-RW slot offers playback of closed CD-Rs and RWs as well as regular CDs while its anti-shock mechanism and three-beam laser pickup ensure uninterrupted playback even on bumpier roads. Its Aux port allows the XD6150 to play audio from any device with a 3.5mm headphone jack over your car stereo system, including cellphones for hands-free conversation. Meanwhile, the XD6150's front panel USB port offer USB device charging (DC 5Volts, 500mA) only.

Features

  • CD-R/CD-RW compatible
  • Anti-shock mechanism and 3-Beam laser pickup
  • Front panel auxiliary input (3.5mm)
  • Front panel USB connection - charge only
  • 200 Watts peak (50x4)
  • AM/FM radio tuner with auto station store
  • 2" blue/black dot matrix type liquid crystal display

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Pros
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    sound is well balanced between the bass, mids and treble

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    screen is easy to read day or night

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    accepts audio input through USB or AUX, compatible with most portable devices

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    remote is well laid out and comfortable to use with one hand while driving

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    installation is easy enough for first-time installers

Cons
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    rotary knob tends to stick, feels cheap

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    distorts bass at higher volumes

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    radio reception isn't very good, tends to pick up a lot of static

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