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Dual XD6320


$75.00 Released July, 2005

Product Shot 1 The Cons:Does not support MP3 CDs. Radio tuning is difficult because the stereo uses buttons instead of a dial for tuning, and seek and manual tuning is performed using the same buttons. The behavior used is determined by how long you hold down the button. The display panel will only display the clock for a few seconds and will then return to displaying the radio frequency. There's no way I can find to reverse this behavior. This is extremely annoying.

The Dual XD6320 is a lower-end in-dash receiver from car audio manufacturer Dual. It is a step up from many XD-series models in power and connectivity. It supports 200 W of total output power, distributed among 4 channels.

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It has a standard feature set, with CD player and AM/FM tuner, but adds iPod connectivity via iPlug, which uses dual 3.5mm jacks. The unit's radio tuner includes 30 presets and support for European frequencies. Other features include a bass boost option and an anti-shock mechanism which minimizes CD skipping. The user interface is less low-end than most XD-series models, with features like keyless disc eject. The XD6320, however, is no longer manufactured by Dual.

Features

  • 200W peak power (50 W per channel)
  • CD/CD-R/RW/MP3/WMA playback
  • AM/FM tuner
  • iPlug for MP3 player connectivity
  • Compatible with US and European frequencies
  • 30 presets
  • 5 EQ presets
  • Bass boost
  • Anti-shock
  • Keyless CD eject
  • Detachable faceplate

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    Does not support MP3 CDs

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    Radio tuning is difficult because the stereo uses buttons instead of a dial for tuning, and seek and manual tuning is performed using the same buttons. The behavior used is determined by how long you hold down the button.

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    The display panel will only display the clock for a few seconds and will then return to displaying the radio frequency. There's no way I can find to reverse this behavior. This is extremely annoying.

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