Sony Xplod CDX-GT710
Released June, 2008
The Pros:Front panel tilt is great for days when the sun beams down at the wrong angle, more than compensates. Sound quality is very clear, makes the most of stock speakers. Controls are simple and easy to work with while you're driving.
The Cons:A little too much treble in the audio until HD kicks in. Text doesn't scroll, can only see the beginning of the tags.
The Sony Xplod CDX-GT710 is a basic car audio head unit. It plays audio CDs as well as CDs with digital formats like MP3, WMA and AAC, and displays either CD Text or ID3Tag info for each track. Audio is decoded with a 24-bit Digital Audio Converter which reads data quickly to avoid skips.
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The front panel is removable and has a full motion fluorescent display that can be switched from blue to red illumination. It outputs a total of 52 watts through 4 channels, and also includes pre-outputs for front, rear, and subwoofers. The front panel can tilt to 45 degrees, helping to reduce glare and provide a different angle to reach the interface with.
- Full Motion Fluorescent Display, Switchable Blue/Red Illumination
- Front Panel Aux In
- Wireless Remote included
- SAT Radio Ready, iPod Control Ready, UniLink Control
- 52W x 4 High Power
- Front, Rear & Sub preouts w/ LPF
- MP3/WMA/AAC/ATRAC3plus Playback
- Detachable Faceplate
- CD Text, MP3 ID3Tag display
- 24-bit DAC
- SSIR-EXA tuner, 18 FM, 12 AM presets
- 45 degree install
- CEA-2006 Power Compliant
User Reviews (2)
front panel tilt is great for days when the sun beams down at the wrong angle, more than compensates
sound quality is very clear, makes the most of stock speakers
controls are simple and easy to work with while you're driving
capable of very loud output, will work well with after-market speakers even without an amp
preouts are designed to make expansion very easy
attractive design looks great day or night
a little too much treble in the audio until HD kicks in
text doesn't scroll, can only see the beginning of the tags
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