Released May, 2010
The Pros:IPod/iPhone integration is great, very quick and easy to navigate. Bluetooth pairing is quick and reliable, doesn't tend to drop off. Plenty of power to the speakers, makes the most of OEM speakers.
The Cons:Radio reception is very poor, both regular FM and HD radio. Radio station presets get lost occasionally. Display is difficult to read during the day.
The Dual XHD6430 is an in-dash HD radio receiver head unit. It fits into single-din dash openings. It has a built-in CD player that can playback MP3 and WMA files, as well as a USB port for playing back digital audio files off a flash drive.
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It can also directly control an iPod or iPhone over the USB port. ID3 tags are outputted to the screen, and iPod ID3 tags can be edited directly from the XHD6430 using information from HD radio stations, with a sixty-four song internal memory buffer. The Dual XHD6430 is bluetooth ready.
- HD radio
- 2-line display
- MP3/WMA playback
- CD player
- iPod/iPhone control
- ID3 tag display
- Tag editing from HD radio stations
- 200 Watts Peak (50x4)
User Reviews (2)
iPod/iPhone integration is great, very quick and easy to navigate
Bluetooth pairing is quick and reliable, doesn't tend to drop off
plenty of power to the speakers, makes the most of OEM speakers
radio reception is very poor, both regular FM and HD radio
radio station presets get lost occasionally
display is difficult to read during the day
2 line display is very short, can only display a few characters per line, limits the info shown
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