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Lanzar STS65BT


$340.00 Released January, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Sound output can be extremely loud when you want it to be.

The Cons:Volume reverts to the default every time you turn the unit on. Won't remember which MP3 you were playing on the USB drive if you switch to another input. Can't browse the USB drive's contents by folder.

The Lanzar STS65BT is an in-dash mobile A/V head unit featuring a large 6.5” touchscreen. It is one of Lanzar’s advance model and boasts a plethora of high-tech functionalities: built-in Bluetooth (module & mike), AM/FM MPX radio, a full-function remote control, and readiness for iPods.

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As for playback, it support CDs, DVDs, MP3s, and also USB devices (e.g. a thumbdrive, an iPod, etc). In case a user also seeks GPS, it should be noted that this head model is compatible with the SNV90 navigation box. Additional features of the Lanzar STS65BT include anti-shock & anti-skip mechanisms, double DIN mounting, and a motorized slide-down panel.

Features

  • In-Dash A/V Head Unit
  • 6.5” TFT LCD Touchscreen
  •  Double DIN Mounting
  • Audio CD/DVD/CD-R/CD-RW/MP3 Compatible
  • AM/FM MPX Radio
  • 30 Station Memory
  • Built-In Bluetooth
  • Motorized Slide Down Panel
  • Last Position Memory
  • Dual Zone Function
  • Multi Adio/Subtitles/Angles
  • Full Function Remote Control
  • Max 320 Watts ( 80W x 4CH)
  • Anti-Shock/ Anti skip Mechanism
  • USB Interface
  • iPod Ready

Inputs/Outputs

  • Front Panel A/V In
  • Rear RCA A/V In
  • A/V Out
  • RCA Video/Coaxial Out
  • Rear RCA Line Out (L/R)
  • Front RCA Line Out (L/R)
  • Subwoofer Out

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    sound output can be extremely loud when you want it to be

Cons
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    volume reverts to the default every time you turn the unit on

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    won't remember which MP3 you were playing on the USB drive if you switch to another input

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    can't browse the USB drive's contents by folder

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    Bluetooth has a hard time pairing with anything

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    microphone catches a lot of background noises, makes phonecalls difficult

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    touchscreen isn't always responsive, a bit unpredictable

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