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Sony Xplod XAV-W1


$800.00 Released September, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Nice graphics. Capable of playing SACDs. Satellite and HD radio ready.

The Cons:Expensive. Poor radio reception. IPod control is poor.

The Sony Xplod XAV-W1 is an automotive in-dash double-DIN CD/DVD receiver that is a part of Sony's Xplod line. It features a 16:9, 7" touch screen that has adjustable contrast for optimal viewing.

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  It supports CD, DVD and SACD (super audio CD) discs as well as MP3/WMA playback and has 3 auxillary A/V inputs for other media sources.  It is also iPod control ready with option interface and is satellite and HD radio ready with option tuners. There are dual zone outputs so you can enjoys different sources in the front and rear of the car.  There are 4-volt preouts for front, rear, center, and subwoofer to give a clearer sound and improved dynamic range. It has a seven band tone control equalizer and delivers 52 watts of power the 4 channels. The Center Stage Organizer allows users to create a virtual center channel speaker even if it is not connected and digital sound processing gives optimal sound for a desired sitting position. The included wireless card remote gives full control of the system without having to take your eyes off the road.  Other notable features include Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II and dts Digital Surround Sound playback as well as Karaoke capability.

Specifications

  • Dimensions (Approx.) : 178 x 100 x 189mm
  • Weight (Approx.) : 2.4Kg
  • Color : Black
  • Panel Type : TFT Active Matrix
  • Resolution : 800 x 480
  • Aspect Ratio : 16 : 9
  • CD : Yes (CD-R/RW)
  • Component Compatible : Sony BUS Control with CD-Text
  • Color System : PAL/NTSC/SECAM
  • Display Technology : 7" TFT Active Matrix LCD Color Monitor
  • FM Usable Sensitivity : 9 dBf
  • Frequency Response : 30 - 15,000 Hz
  • S/N Ratio : 69 dB
  • Selectivity : 75 dB at 400 kHz
  • Stereo Separation : 35 dB at 1 kHz
  • Speaker Impedance : 4-8 Ohms
  • Menu Options : Auto Title Scroll
  • Tilt Range : 45°
  • 12V Trigger Output(s) : Power antenna Amplifier turn on
  • Antenna Terminal(s) : Aerial Input Terminal
  • Audio Out (Variable/Fixed) : Speaker outputs (sure seal connectors)
  • Audio/Video Input(s) : 3 AV RCA Inputs Back up camera
  • Infrared Port : Remote Controller Input Terminal
  • Input(s) : BUS audio input terminal, AUX video inputs, AUX audio inputs
  • Monitor Output : rear x 1
  • Remote Jack : Optional Wired Remote input
  • Level Control : -8dB ~ +18dB
  • Input Power : 12 V DC car battery (negative ground (earth))
  • Output Power : 52W x4 High Power - 17 watts per channel minimum continuous average power into 4 Ohms, 4 channels driven from 20 Hz to 20 kHz with no more than 5% total harmonic distortion.
  • Power Consumption (in Operation) : 45W
  • Audio Format : BTM
  • Band : AM / FM
  • CD Playback : Wow and flutter-Below measurable limit
  • Digital-to-Analog Converter : 24bit
  • Frequency Response : 10-20,000Hz
  • Harmonic Distortion : DVD/CD Player: 0.01%
  • Output Impedance : 4-8 Ohms
  • Preout Voltage : 4 volt
  • S/N Ratio : CES2006 S/N 82 dB
  • Sensitivity (db) : FM:Usable sensitivity (75)(dBf): 9
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio : DVD/CD Player: 120dB
  • Station Preset(s) : FM18/AM12
  • Tone Control(s) : EQ7
  • Tuner Frequency Range : FM:Tuner Frequency Range(MHz): 87.5-107.9, MW:Tuner Frequency Range(kHz): 530-1710
  • Tuner Type : SSIR-EXA
  • Volume Control : Tel/Nav Attenuation
  • Wow and Flutter : Below measurable limit
  • CD Text Display : Yes
  • Illumination : 1-Color, Bluish-White Key Illumination
  • On-Screen Clock : 12H

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Pros
  • 3

    nice graphics

  • 1

    capable of playing SACDs

  • 1

    satellite and HD radio ready

  • 1

    great quality touchscreen display

  • 1

    easy to install

  • 1

    slick looking

  • 1

    quality manufacturer

  • 1

    iPod compatible

  • 0

    includes wireless remote

Cons
  • 1

    expensive

  • 1

    poor radio reception

  • 1

    iPod control is poor

  • 1

    few EQ adjustments

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