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Dual XDVD8285


$799.00 Released January, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Attractive menus and interface that looks great in the dash. Installation is fairly simple without any real surprises. Output is loud and clear with great detail even on OEM speakers.

The Cons:Glossy faceplate accumulates smudges quickly. Some "hiss" in the audio is noticeable at lower volumes.

The Dual XDVD8285 is a high-end two-DIN A/V receiver/head unit with a 6.5" LCD touchscreen. It features DVD-R/RW/DVD+R/RW/CD-R/CD-RW compatibility, an integrated SD card reader and an A/V interface cable designed specifically for use with iPods.

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Additionally, the XDVD8285 is Bluetooth capable for hands-free use of most Bluetooth capable cellphones.

The XDVD8285's CD/DVD player allows it to play audio and video from standard CDs and DVDs while also allowing for mp3/wma encoded CD-R/RWs and DVD-R/RWs. Its iplug A/V interface cable allows the XDVD8285 to not only playback audio from your iPod, but also provides artist/song name search functionality. Meanwhile, the XDVD8285's Bluetooth compatibility offers hands-free cellphone use while also offering on-screen caller ID.

Features

  • DVD-R/RW/DVD+R/RW/CD-R/CD-RW compatible
  • 2-DIN Chassis
  • Motorized 6.5" touch screen TFT LCD monitor
  • 60x5 Max Power (300 Watts Total)
  • iplug interface cable (A/V-iPod-3.5mm)
  • Integrated SD card reader (up to 2GB)
  • Communicates with most Bluetooth enabled phones 

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    attractive menus and interface that looks great in the dash

  • 1

    installation is fairly simple without any real surprises

  • 1

    output is loud and clear with great detail even on OEM speakers

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    controls are all fairly simple and easy to work with

  • 1

    feels solid and durable, nothing flexes or feels flimsy

Cons
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    glossy faceplate accumulates smudges quickly

  • 1

    some "hiss" in the audio is noticeable at lower volumes

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