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Lanzar SD43MU


$426.00 Released July, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Remote is really well designed, gives you full access to everything and is well organized. Can shape the sound on the fly pretty easily. Compatible with a wide range of disc and file formats.

The Cons:Bezel design is a bit bulky and awkward looking. Blue buttons on the panel look cheap and clash with the rest. No access to a full EQ for different kinds of music.

The Lanzar SD43MU is the seventh movie-playing A/V head unit in Lanzar’s Street Vision series. It is a grand step up in that it hosts a much larger 4.3” TFT/LCD monitor. Like its smaller predecessors, it supports high-quality movie content (DVDs, VCDs) and music content (CDs, MP3s).

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Included also are AUX/USB ports for external connectivity (e.g. iPods, MP3 players, etc.), as well as camera ports that hook to automobile security equipment. Additional features of the Lanzar SD43MU include a motorized slide-down detachable front panel, an anti-shock mechanism, and touch-screen control.

Features

  • Street Vision Series
  • Movie-Playing A/V Head Unit
  • 4.3” (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
  • PAL/ NTSC Color
  • Anti-Shock Mechanism/ EPS Function
  • Remote Control

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    remote is really well designed, gives you full access to everything and is well organized

  • 1

    can shape the sound on the fly pretty easily

  • 1

    compatible with a wide range of disc and file formats

Cons
  • 1

    bezel design is a bit bulky and awkward looking

  • 1

    blue buttons on the panel look cheap and clash with the rest

  • 1

    no access to a full EQ for different kinds of music

  • 1

    sound output is only average, will need a separate amp to get loud volume

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