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XOVision XO1915BT


$230.00 Released April, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Installation is easy enough for entry-level users with the proper installation kit. Screen is bright and clear, can be seen in any light. Touch screen is responsive and intuitive.

The Cons:Screen is really small, not clearly visible from the back seat. Physical buttons on the right side are a bit cryptic. Playing video files from the USB drive is a bit choppy.

 The XOVision XO1915BT is a 3" wide touch screen multimedia dashboard device.  The XO1915BT supports multiple formats, including the company's "Zpodlink" which allows iPod, iPod Video, and other MP3 players to connect through the car speakers and play videos onto the 3" screen.

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 It also handles DVDs and CDs as well as hosting USB and Aux inputs on the front of the unit.  The bluetooth feature allows cellphones to be controlled through the touchscreen, a feature that will help drivers avoid violating hands free cellphone laws that are enacted in several states.

Features

  • LCD Monitor 3" wide
  • Back up camera input
  • Detachable face
  • Subwoofer output
  • USB port
  • Bluetooth with built-in mic
  • Touch screen enabled dial/answer
  • Zpodlink for iPod and other MP3 player connections
  • Power: 45 watts x 4 

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    installation is easy enough for entry-level users with the proper installation kit

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    screen is bright and clear, can be seen in any light

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    touch screen is responsive and intuitive

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    plays back a variety of compressed video types as well as DVD

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    Bluetooth is easy to work with, can pair it with your phone without needing the manual

Cons
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    screen is really small, not clearly visible from the back seat

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    physical buttons on the right side are a bit cryptic

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    playing video files from the USB drive is a bit choppy

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    difficult to navigate a long list of files on a small screen

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