Released July, 2008
The Pros:Bluetooth functionality is very good, connects right away. Buttons are easy to work with while driving. Remote control is well designed and offers full access to everything.
The Cons:GUI is a little boring looking, tends to make text too small. Icons on the touchscreen are small, easy to hit the wrong one by accident.
The Lanzar SDBT75NU is the tenth movie-playing A/V head unit in Lanzar’s Street Vision series. One the largest in the series, it boasts an enormous 7” motorized TFT touchscreen for watching high-quality videos (DVDs, VCDs) or listening to songs (CD, MP3, AM/FM).
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Most unique about this A/V head unit is its integrated Bluetooth, giving it the functionality of a mobile phone. Note also its parking video in / camera out ports, built for attaching the device to automobile surveillance equipment. Additional features of the Lanzar SDBT75NU include an anti-shock mechanism, a subwoofer out, and a full-function remote.
- Street Vision Series
- Movie-Playing A/V Head Unit
- 7” (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 (18FM / 12AM)
- PAL/ NTSC Color
- Anti-Shock Mechanism/ EPS Function
- Remote Control
- Integrated Bluetooth
- Subwoofer Out
- A/V In
- Rear Camera Out
- Parking Video In
- RCA Video/Coaxial Out
- RGB In
User Reviews (1)
Bluetooth functionality is very good, connects right away
buttons are easy to work with while driving
remote control is well designed and offers full access to everything
nice response on the touchscreen, never have to hit anything twice
enough output power that you might not need an amp
allows you to shape the sound just the way you want
GUI is a little boring looking, tends to make text too small
icons on the touchscreen are small, easy to hit the wrong one by accident
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