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Lanzar SD31MU


$297.00 Released July, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Remote gives you full access to all of the system's functions. Good range of inputs and outputs for later expansion. Display is sharp and bright, easy to watch videos on despite the small size.

The Cons:No radio station preset buttons available. Adjusting the sound (bass, treble, etc..) is always buried under a few menus, more awkward than it should be. Generates a lot of heat in the dash.

The Lanzar SD31MU is the second movie-playing A/V head unit in Lanzar’s Street Vision series. It is an exact duplicate of the SD30MUB, save for the lack of integrated Bluetooth—rendering the unit at a more affordable price.

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Like its predecessor, it boasts a 3” TFT display for watching DVDs, VCDs, and MP4s. Included also are numerous audio playback options (CDs, MP3s, AM/FM) and two media ports (USB/AUX) for allowing users to stream external-content. Most unique about this model is its Parking Video In and Rear Camera Out, built specifically for hooking up to car-security surveillance equipment. The unit basically functions as an all-in-one movie player, a jukebox, a radio, and a security system.

Features

  • Street Vision Series
  • Movie-Playing A/V Head Unit
  • 3” (16:9) TFT Color Monitor
  • DVD/VCD/MPEG4/CD/CD-R/CDRW Compatible
  • Treble/Bass/Balance/Fader/Encoder/Volume
  • PLL Synthesizer Tuner
  • Auto Store/Preset Scan
  • AM/FM 2 Band Radio
  • 30 Preset Station memory (18FM / 12AM)
  • PAL/ NTSC Color
  • Anti-Shock Mechanism/ EPS Function
  • Remote Control

Inputs/Outputs

  • Subwoofer Out
  • A/V In/Out
  • Rear Camera Out
  • Parking Video In
  • RCA Line Out
  • AUX In
  • USB

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    remote gives you full access to all of the system's functions

  • 1

    good range of inputs and outputs for later expansion

  • 1

    display is sharp and bright, easy to watch videos on despite the small size

  • 1

    buttons are easy to work with and well laid out for use while driving

Cons
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    no radio station preset buttons available

  • 1

    adjusting the sound (bass, treble, etc..) is always buried under a few menus, more awkward than it should be

  • 1

    generates a lot of heat in the dash

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