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XOVision XO1912


$300.00 Released June, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Looks very sleek and high-end, like a piece of home theater equipment. Solid volume knob with control ring is easy to work with. Screen is detailed and high-contrast, making it easy to read.

The Cons:Takes a long time to read anything from the USB drive. Cover on the USB port is a bit flimsy. Sound output is only slightly better than an OEM stereo.

 The XOVision XO1912 is a 3.6" detachable in-dash multimedia system.  It is described as having a motorized face with a 16:9 wide screen display.  It plays dvds, cds, AM/FM radio and includes a built in TV tuner.

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 It also includes input for a backup camera, but that is something that is sold separately.  Incorporating iPod playback through the car's sound system is advertised but is another item that comes with a separate and extra cost.  One this that is included is the remote control, tv tuner, dvd/cd player, and AM/FM radio.

Features

  • Detachable Faxe
  • 3.6"
  • DVD Player with world wide compatibility: DVD, MP4, VCD, MP3, JPG, SVCD, WMA, MWV, CD
  • AM/FM Radio
  • TV-Tuner
  • Backup camera input
  • Multi-zone - Auto PAL/NTSC system
  • Remote Control
  • 45W x 4 Amp
  • USB and SD Input
  • Separately Sold ZPodLink for iPod playback through sound system

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    looks very sleek and high-end, like a piece of home theater equipment

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    solid volume knob with control ring is easy to work with

  • 1

    screen is detailed and high-contrast, making it easy to read

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    buttons are well defined and easy to find while you drive

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    good range of compatibility with a number of file formats

Cons
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    takes a long time to read anything from the USB drive

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    cover on the USB port is a bit flimsy

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    sound output is only slightly better than an OEM stereo

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