Released January, 2009
The Pros:USB and AUX inputs are on the rear of the unit, making a much cleaner looking install. Display is readable and highly configurable (colours and brightness). Includes USB and AUX input for use with iPods, MP3 players and other audio devices.
The Cons:Does not work with iPhone 3GS. Tend to push the select knob while trying to navigate the 4 way knob. USB and AUX inputs are not on the front of the device.
The Sony CDX GT930UI head unit is simliar to its sister product, the CDX GT730UI head unit, except for the fact that it is designed for newer model cards and has a rear USB and AUX port instead of front ones.
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It has a flip down full motion detachable faceplate to assist in reducing the chances of a quick snatch and grab theft. It uses the Sony ZAPPIN function that allows the consumer to find the tune they're looking for just by playing a clip of each track in the collection, so that the driver can search for music using their ears instead of their eyes. The Sony CDX GT930UIhas a few other of Sony's features, such as Quick-BrowZer, Jump Mode, Passenger Control and DM+.
- 4-line Full-motion, FL Display
- Flip-Down detachable faceplate
- ZAPPIN function for safe music searching
- Quick BrowZer
- DRIVE-S feature for a durable CD drive
- Back USB 1-wire for iPhones, iPods and other music players
- Back AUX-IN
- Jump Mode
- Passenger Control
User Reviews (17)
USB and AUX inputs are on the rear of the unit, making a much cleaner looking install
display is readable and highly configurable (colours and brightness)
includes USB and AUX input for use with iPods, MP3 players and other audio devices
fast flash drive load times
stylish look and great sound quality
clock display can be displayed together with other information
iPod functions flawless, easy to navigate to songs
Does not work with iPhone 3GS
tend to push the select knob while trying to navigate the 4 way knob
USB and AUX inputs are not on the front of the device
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