Released August, 2009
The Pros:Display is easy to read in any lighting. Surround-sound encoding works well with the right speaker setup. Controls are easy to work with while you're driving, buttons are well defined.
The Cons:Karaoke function isn't very useful, more of a gimmick. Need a well-prepared car to really take advantage of the SACD sound quality.
The Sony MEX-DV2000 is a basic car stereo head unit. It has a detachable front panel with a single rotary dial to make menu selections and change the volume, while a series of buttons make preset AM/FM channels available.
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There is an Aux input on the front, and iPod control is possible with an additional adapter. SAT radio can also be connected via an external adapter. The disc player can play regular CDs as well as SACSs used for Karaoke, and DVDs can also be played with the addition of an external display. The total audio output is 52 watts split between 4 channels.
- Color : High Gloss, Piano Finish
- Detachable Front Panel
- Front Panel Aux Input
- SAT Radio Ready, iPod Control Ready
- Dolby Digital Pro Logic II
- EQ7 with 52watts x 4 High Power
- Plays CD, SACDs, and DVDs to external display
User Reviews (3)
display is easy to read in any lighting
surround-sound encoding works well with the right speaker setup
controls are easy to work with while you're driving, buttons are well defined
supports a wide range of disc and file formats
offers plenty of audio-tweaking options to get it sounding just right
karaoke function isn't very useful, more of a gimmick
need a well-prepared car to really take advantage of the SACD sound quality
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