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Nakamichi CD 300


$190.00 Released January, 2002

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Buttons have a great feel, all solid and give good feedback. Interface takes very little time to learn. Controls are comfortable to use while driving.

The Cons:There are two versions: one with RDS and one without - difference is often unspecified. No way to change the illumination, no dimming with headlights on. Removable face forces it to stick out and look like it isn't integrated properly in the dash.

 The Nakamichi CD 300 is Nakamichi's first MP3 head unit.  It handles CD, CD-R/RW, and MP3s. Incorporated into the design is a feature called RDS, a release button whose primary goal is security.

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 ("RDS release button??" What for ignoramus wrote this?! RDS is Radio Data Service in Europe only; it displays current station and song info etc.) A Rotary Encoder is included to make the navigation easy, friendly and accessible.  Back lighting helps during night time driving making the text easy to read and easy on the eyes.  On the downside, it contains is a solit black color with a orange/red color scheme for identification of the button.

("RDS release button??" What for ignoramus wrote this?! RDS is Radio Data Service in Europe only; it displays current station and song info etc.)

Features

  • CD, CD-R/RW, MP3
  • Rotary Encoder
  • RDS release button ("RDS release button??" What for ignoramus wrote this?! RDS is Radio Data Service in Europe only; it displays current station and song info etc.)
  • Back lighting
  • Black with orange illumination color scheme
  • AM/FM Tuner
  • Dimensions: 178 w x 50 h x 155 D mm
  • Mass: 1.7 kg

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    buttons have a great feel, all solid and give good feedback

  • 1

    interface takes very little time to learn

  • 1

    controls are comfortable to use while driving

  • 1

    seeking through radio stations is quick and has multiple modes if you're looking for something specific

Cons
  • 1

    there are two versions: one with RDS and one without - difference is often unspecified

  • 1

    no way to change the illumination, no dimming with headlights on

  • 1

    removable face forces it to stick out and look like it isn't integrated properly in the dash

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