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Eclipse CD5100


$200.00 Released September, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Internal amp strong enough to make the most of after-market speakers. High- and low-pass filters are perfect for advanced setups. Good range of expandability with USB port, AUX input, HD Radio.

The Cons:Function navigation is clunky and non-intuitive, takes awhile to get used to. Power button has several other functions and isn't labelled. Volume dial has to be turned all the way around several times to noticeably change the volume.

The Eclipse CD5100 is an in-dash A/V receiver which provides up to 200 watts of peak power.  The receiver is designed with an OEL display, blue 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 is a step up from the CD3100 since it includes USB and AUX inputs for connecting an audio device.  The receiver also has an Area Shot feature with a GPS connection for displaying navigation data.  The CD5100 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
  • OEL Display
  • Blue/Red Illumination
  • 5-Mode EQ + 3-Band PEQ
  • MOSFET Amplification
  • Bass/Mid/Treble Controls
  • HD/Satellite Radio Ready
  • iPod Control Ready
  • Area Shot Functionality
  • AM/FM Tuner with 24 Presets
  • Single Din Installation
  • Inputs/Outputs: Preamp Outputs, AUX, USB
  • 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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    internal amp strong enough to make the most of after-market speakers

  • 1

    high- and low-pass filters are perfect for advanced setups

  • 1

    good range of expandability with USB port, AUX input, HD Radio

  • 1

    preamps are high-voltage, offer a clean signal

Cons
  • 1

    function navigation is clunky and non-intuitive, takes awhile to get used to

  • 1

    Power button has several other functions and isn't labelled

  • 1

    volume dial has to be turned all the way around several times to noticeably change the volume

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