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Eclipse CD3100


$140.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Sound quality is clear and distinct, details can be heard in the audio at lower volumes. Laser on the CD player is very good, can even read scratched disks. Several quick-select EQ settings, make various types of music sound great.

The Cons:Not as much power output as some other head units. Volume knob needs to be turned a lot in order to raise/lower the volume. Remote needs to be pointed directly at the deck to make it work.

The Eclipse CD3100 is an entry-level A/V receiver which provides up to 200 watts of peak power.  The receiver is designed with a 3-color LCD display, green and red illumination, and a detachable faceplate with full tilt.

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 It supports playback of CD-R/RW, MP3, and WMA files, and includes 2 sets of preamp outputs.  The CD3100 has a built-in AM/FM tuner with 24 presets, five tone curves, and adjustable bass, mid, and treble controls for tweaking the sound.  It is also HD radio, satellite radio, and iPod control ready with optional adapters.  The receiver requires single din installation and comes with a remote control.

Features/Specs

  • Detachable Face /w Tilt
  • 3-Color LCD Display
  • Green/Red Illumination
  • 5-Mode EQ + 3-Band PEQ
  • MOSFET Technology
  • Bass/Mid/Treble Controls
  • HD/Satellite Radio Ready
  • iPod Control Ready
  • E-iSERV Connectivity
  • AM/FM Tuner with 24 Presets
  • Single Din Installation
  • Inputs/Outputs: 2 x Preamp Outputs
  • Power Output: 50 watts x 4 channels
  • Playback Compatibility: CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA
  • Comes with Remote Control
  • 1 year limited warranty

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Pros
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    sound quality is clear and distinct, details can be heard in the audio at lower volumes

  • 1

    laser on the CD player is very good, can even read scratched disks

  • 1

    several quick-select EQ settings, make various types of music sound great

  • 1

    enough preouts for up to 3 amps, several other expandability options also available

Cons
  • 1

    not as much power output as some other head units

  • 1

    volume knob needs to be turned a lot in order to raise/lower the volume

  • 1

    remote needs to be pointed directly at the deck to make it work

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