Sony Xplod CDX-GT25MPW
Released June, 2009
The Pros:Capable of very loud volume output, will work well with aftermarket speakers. Makes the most of OEM speakers, excellent clarity. Easy enough for amateur installers to put in.
The Cons:Difficult to get the EQ set the way you want it if it doesn't sound right - not right for all cars.
The Xplod CDX-GT25MPW is a CD audio receiver from the Sony company. Featuring a total power handling of 208 watts RMS (52 watts x 4 speakers), this model incorporates a sleek gloss black aesthetic with red highlighting for a bold appearance.
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Incorporating a detachable faceplate for maximized safety, users can insert CD, CD-R and CD-RW discs loaded with MP3 and WMA audio files for high-quality playback. Sony's own Radio Data System (RDS) provides users with comprehensive broadcast information, displaying text across the unit's single-line LCD display alongside clock and track identification components. Frequency balance can be manually adjusted via the built-in 3-band equalizer, allowing users to roll off excessive highs or tune in additional lows. The Xplod's illuminated key design helps to promote visibility and safe control in the dark, with a wireless card remote included for keeping one's eyes on the road while they configure audio playback. A series of rear-mounted RCA outputs allows the device to be used in conjunction with external subwoofer or pre-amp components, while a front-mounted auxiliary input offers quick connectivity of iPods and other portable media players.
- Gloss black aesthetic with red highlighting
- Single-line LCD display
- 208 watts RMS total power handling (4 outputs)
- Detachable faceplate
- Front auxiliary input
- Built-in 3-band EQ
- Illuminated keys
- CD/CD-R/CD-RW support
- Radio Data System support
- Includes wireless card remote
User Reviews (1)
capable of very loud volume output, will work well with aftermarket speakers
makes the most of OEM speakers, excellent clarity
easy enough for amateur installers to put in
controls are all intuitive and easy to work with while you drive
subwoofer level control built in, makes it easy to work with aftermarket subwoofer setups
FM tuner is very sensitive, brings in a lot of stations
difficult to get the EQ set the way you want it if it doesn't sound right - not right for all cars
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