Sony Xplod CDX-GT330
Released January, 2008
The Pros:Controls are easy to use - designed so the driver can access functions quickly. Uses a knob to scroll through the menu options - allows for quick and precise navigation. White on black LCD display - visable in direct sunlight.
The Cons:Only one line for text - not a lot of space for displaying information. Aging product - price has only dropped marginally since release. Comes with several poor sounding audio presets.
Sony Xplod CDX-GT330 is a 4 channel 52 watt low-mid range car audio receiver released by Sony in 2008, with a $100 price tag. With an extra adapter, it can be connected to an iPod as well as Sony's optional satellite radio and the HD Radio tuner.
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It plays MP3 and WMA files, and any portable audio player can be plugged through the front AUX panel. It offers sound adjustment controls such as Low/Mid/High Bass/Treble Adjustments. It has a one line display only, commensurate with its moderate pricing. It has a detachable font panel for theft prevention and comes with a remote control. It competes with the same priced Kenwood KDC-MP142.
- CD player with built-in amplifier (17 watts RMS CEA-2006/52 peak x 4 channels)
- plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RW discs, including discs loaded with MP3 and WMA music files
- detachable face with a blue LED display
- remote control
- EQ3 Stage 2 (seven preset tone curves and a 3-band equalizer)
- 24-bit digital-to-analog converter
- high- and low-pass filters
- compatible with Sony's iPod adapter, satellite radio tuner (tuner, subscription, and antenna required), and HD Radio tuner
- inputs: front-panel auxiliary input
- outputs: 4-channel preamp outputs (front, rear/sub)
User Reviews (1)
controls are easy to use - designed so the driver can access functions quickly
uses a knob to scroll through the menu options - allows for quick and precise navigation
white on black LCD display - visable in direct sunlight
easy to install - included instructions are fairly straightforward
only one line for text - not a lot of space for displaying information
aging product - price has only dropped marginally since release
comes with several poor sounding audio presets
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