Released June, 2006
The Pros:Above-average output power for a head unit, capable of great volume without an amp. Shifting panel looks very unique and impressive. Grey color often matches the dash color in Toyotas.
The Cons:Some of the icons are small and its hard to understand what they mean. Mechanism for holding the moving faceplate wears out, starts performing inconsistently after a year or so.
The Dual XDM7510 is an in-dash multimedia A/V receiver which provides up to 220 watts of peak power. The receiver is designed with a 2-step electronic motorized detachable face, black and white dot matrix display, and blue LED lighting.
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It supports playback of CD-R/RW, MP3, and WMA files , and includes an AUX input for connecting an audio device. The XDM7510 features a built-in AM/FM tuner with 30 presets and includes electronic volume, bass, treble, balance, and fader controls. It also offers keyless CD eject and comes with an iPlug interface for iPod compatibility. The receiver has a suggested retail price of $250 and comes with a faceplate carrying case.
- 2-Step Electronic Motorized Detachable Face
- Black/White Dot Matrix Display
- Keyless CD Eject
- Multi-Button Power On
- Programmable Turn-On Volume
- Displays ID3 Tags
- AM/FM Tuner with 30 Presets
- Single Din Installation
- iPlug Interface
- Electronic volume, bass, treble, balance, fader
- 5 Selectable EQ curves - pop, jazz, classic, beat, rock
- Inputs/Outputs: Preamp Out, AUX In
- Power Output: 55 watts x 4 channels
- Playback Compatibility: CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA
- Comes with Faceplate Carrying Case
User Reviews (1)
above-average output power for a head unit, capable of great volume without an amp
shifting panel looks very unique and impressive
grey color often matches the dash color in Toyotas
switching between EQ presets is quick and easy
large controls are easy to work with while you're driving
can eject your CD after turning off the car, don't have to start it just to get your disk
some of the icons are small and its hard to understand what they mean
mechanism for holding the moving faceplate wears out, starts performing inconsistently after a year or so
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