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Eclipse CD2000


$149.00 Released May, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Simple and elegant design, looks nice at any time of day. Has a very clean sound, can power 6 speakers in a car with great volume. Buttons are arranged to be easy to use, very logical.

The Cons:Knobs are small and smooth, takes a bit of training to find them without looking. Display doesn't show much text at once, a bit restrictive when you add a satellite radio accessory.

The Eclipse CD2000 is an in-dish MP3/CD receiver built for playing one’s favorite music while on the road. It features a CD player with a built-in MOSFET amplifier (200W) that plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RW discs with MP3 audio files.

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In addition, the CD2000 is HD Radio-ready, SIRIUS Satellite Radio-ready, and iPod ready (Eclipse iPod Adapter required). Additional features of the Eclipse CD2000 in-dash receiver includes an AM/FM radio with 6/18 presets, a clock, three sets of 5-volt preamp outputs, three preset tone curves and a 3-band EQ, and Eclipse’s ESN anti-theft function that uses a digital ‘key’ to protect the unit. The Eclipse CD2000 retails for $149.00 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Features

  • CD Player w/MOSFET Amp
  • MP3 Playback
  • AM/FM Tuner
  • Clock
  • Three Sets Preamp
  • Three Preset Tone Curves
  • 3-Band EQ
  • Eclipe’s ESN
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Expandability

  • HD Radio-Ready
  • SIRIUS Satellite Radio-Ready
  • iPod Ready

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Pros
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    simple and elegant design, looks nice at any time of day

  • 1

    has a very clean sound, can power 6 speakers in a car with great volume

  • 1

    buttons are arranged to be easy to use, very logical

  • 1

    not difficult to learn, labels are all pretty clear

  • 1

    display is easy to read in any lighting conditions

Cons
  • 1

    knobs are small and smooth, takes a bit of training to find them without looking

  • 1

    display doesn't show much text at once, a bit restrictive when you add a satellite radio accessory

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