Released July, 2008
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.
- Street Vision Series
- Movie-Playing A/V Head Unit
- 4.3” (16:9) TFT Color Monitor
- DVD/VCD/MPEG4/CD/CD-R/CDRW Compatible
- 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
User Reviews (1)
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
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
sound output is only average, will need a separate amp to get loud volume
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