Released January, 2007
The Pros:Sound output through factory speakers is very good, comes through loud and clear. Plays burned CDs smoothly, and doesn't have a problem with any WMA or MP3 file. Installation is very simple, easy enough for entry-level users.
The Cons:Takes some time to find the first track on burned CDs that are in audio format, often about 10-20 seconds.
The Panasonic CQ-C3305U is an expansion model CD receiver that plays standard music CDs, CD-R/RW discs containing WMA and MP3 music files, as well as mixed format discs. This expansion module ready receiver gives users the option of further integration into their vehicle with the first expansion module (CY-EM100U, sold separately) designed specifically to link car audio equipment with a variety of digital devices such as the iPod, XM or Sirius satellite radio receiver, Bluetooth hands-free cell phone kit, DVD/CD changer, video camera or video game system all at the same time.
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It comes with a four-channel built-in amp that delivers 50 watts to each speaker for a 200W total output. It also has 18 FM and 6 AM presets, WMA/MP3 playback from CD-R/RW discs, Front AUX input, and a removable front panel. This model pretty much as all the features the Panasonic CQ-C3405U has.
- Maximum Output Power: 50W x 4
- Expansion model ready
- Power Output (at 4Ω and ≤1% THD+N): 18W RMS x 4
- MOS-FET Output Stage: No
- SRS WOW: No
- Sound Quality: SQ
- Speaker Impedance: 4 ohms
- Preamp Output Level/Impedance: Preamp Output Level/Impedance
- Auto Preset Memory with Scan: Yes
- AAC*/MP3/WMA Playback: MP3/WMA
- Dimensions (H x W x D): 115/16'' x 7'' x 62/16''
User Reviews (1)
sound output through factory speakers is very good, comes through loud and clear
plays burned CDs smoothly, and doesn't have a problem with any WMA or MP3 file
installation is very simple, easy enough for entry-level users
intuitive design, don't really need the instructions at all
easy to read the panel day or night
iPod interface works well, can keep the iPod in the glovebox and access the contents easily
takes some time to find the first track on burned CDs that are in audio format, often about 10-20 seconds
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