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Lanzar SD55MUBT


$552.00 Released July, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Installs easily with no special requirements or surprises. Music sounds great, plenty of detail and good clarity. Touch-screen controls are responsive and easy to work with.

The Cons:Extreme temperatures (high or low) can cause problems with the electronics. Radio reception is a bit weak, needs a strong signal to catch the station. Touch-screen buttons all look very antiquated, like 1980s graphics.

The Lanzar SD55MUBT is the ninth movie-playing A/V head unit in Lanzar’s Street Vision series, and an immediate step up from the SD54MU. It also hosts a 5.4” touchscreen, but adds along integrated Bluetooth.

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This allows the unit to be used for watching movies (DVDs, VCDs), listening to music (CDs, MP3s, AM/FM), and talking on the phone (Bluetooth). For connectivity, the A/V head units sports AUX and USB. Most unique is the Lanzar SD55MUBT’s camera ports, allowing users to utilize the receiver to maintain surveillance on their car.

Features

  • Street Vision Series
  • Movie-Playing A/V Head Unit
  • 5.4” (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
  • Integrated Bluetooth

Inputs/Outputs

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

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    installs easily with no special requirements or surprises

  • 1

    music sounds great, plenty of detail and good clarity

  • 1

    touch-screen controls are responsive and easy to work with

  • 1

    remote control is much higher quality than usual for a car stereo, buttons have a nice feel and offer great access to the system's functions

Cons
  • 1

    extreme temperatures (high or low) can cause problems with the electronics

  • 1

    radio reception is a bit weak, needs a strong signal to catch the station

  • 1

    touch-screen buttons all look very antiquated, like 1980s graphics

  • 1

    USB interface is difficult to work with and often just won't work

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