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Dual XR4110


$80.00 Released May, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Panel and buttons feel solid and durable. AM/FM tuner has plenty of presets available, more than most will have a use for. All digital inputs work right away without a big pause as you switch between them.

The Cons:No CD or DVD playback capabilities. Display doesn't dim with the lights, can be a bit distracting at night. No way to configure separate default volumes for each input.

The Dual XR4110 is a simple low-power head unit with various auxiliary inputs and an AM/FM tuner. It does not have iPod control capability, but it does have a USB port that it can playback MP3 and WMA files from.

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It also has an SD card slot and a regular 3.5mm headphone auxiliary line-in for connecting portable audio devices. It has one-pair of RCA preouts. It is targeted towards people who want a cheap and working sound system in their car, who don't care about direct control from the head unit, and who listen to digital media, rather than CD's, as there is no easy way to connect a CD player aside from the 3.5mm headphone jack.

Features

  • AM/FM tuner
  • Single-din
  • 3.5mm headphone line-in
  • USB
  • SD
  • MP3/WMA playback
  • Dot-matrix screen
  • Up to 16GB storage devices
  • 1 pair RCA preouts
  • Peak power: 15W x 4

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Pros
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    panel and buttons feel solid and durable

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    AM/FM tuner has plenty of presets available, more than most will have a use for

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    all digital inputs work right away without a big pause as you switch between them

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    sound output is clear and clean, no distortion or lost sounds

Cons
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    no CD or DVD playback capabilities

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    display doesn't dim with the lights, can be a bit distracting at night

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    no way to configure separate default volumes for each input

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    occasionally starts at the beginning of the playlist again before it finished the first run-through

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