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Dual XDM7615


$200.00 Released April, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Eye-catching design, very impressive looking especially at night. Installation is easy, entry-level users can handle it. Remote control is well designed, fully-featured.

The Cons:Movable faceplate prone to getting stuck occasionally.

The Dual XDM7615 is an in-dash multimedia A/V receiver which provides up to 200 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 receiver is XM Satellite Ready and is a step up from the XDM7610 since it also has a steering wheel control input.  The XDM7615 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 $300 and comes with a remote control.

Features/Specs

  • 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
  • XM Satellite Ready
  • Steering Wheel Control Ready
  • Electronic volume, bass, treble, balance, fader
  • 5 Selectable EQ curves - pop, jazz, classic, beat, rock
  • Inputs/Outputs: 3 x Preamp Outputs, Front Panel AUX In
  • Power Output: 50 watts x 4 channels
  • Playback Compatibility: CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA
  • Comes with Remote Control 

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Pros
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    eye-catching design, very impressive looking especially at night

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    installation is easy, entry-level users can handle it

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    remote control is well designed, fully-featured

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    outputs enough power for after-market speakers, don't necessarily need an additional amp

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    CD player catches every detail, and is well processed to sound as good as possible

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    2-step motion of the moving face allows for several interface options, nice flexibility

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    plenty of options for shaping the sound, good EQ and loudness controls

Cons
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    movable faceplate prone to getting stuck occasionally

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