Dual XDMA6415 200-Watt AM/FM/CD/MP3/WMA Receiver with Built-In Bluetooth (Black)
- Single DIN Chassis, Electronic Detachable Face
- 17 Watts RMS/50 Peak x 4 Channels Amplifier
- Front panel USB connection
- Bluetooth Built-in Bluetooth version 2.0 (1.2 compliant) Wireless hands free operation with Caller ID
- CD/MP3/WMACD/MP3/WMA: CD-R/CD-RW compatible, MP3/WMA encoded CD-R/RW playback, Repeat/random/intro
- TUNER: US/European frequency spacing, 30 Station presets (18FM/12AM), Auto station store, Preset scan, One-touch memory
- USB: Front panel USB connection, Full speed USB (12mbps), Play MP3/WMA files from most mass storage devices
- iPod: Control and command all iPods, Menu driven access for easy control, No extra cable to purchase, Selectable iPod control, Displays playlist, artist, album and song information
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Installing the stereo is just like installing any other stereo, except for installing the microphone. The best spot for the microphone is probably the A pillar (at the top). It sounds complicated, but the microphone took about 15 min. to install. I ran the cable down through the rubber seal on the side of the door, but how you mount the microphone depends on your car.
The Bluetooth works very well. What I start up the car, the radio automatically connects to my phone. Music through Bluetooth sounds pretty good, although it can be a little fizzy. Call quality is great; everyone can hear me well (they can even hear the person in the passenger seat), and everything sounds right. If you are on the phone as your car is starting up, it will automatically transfer your call to the stereo, which is extremely convenient, especially if you're in a hurry. Answering calls is simple, and incoming calls will mute the radio.
The removable faceplate is also an important feature for me. Car break-ins happen in my neighborhood, so this is very necessary. The radio without the faceplate has a flashing red light to symbolize a car alarm, which is nice.
Music sounds pretty good. Definitely not audiophile quality, but it sounds much better than a stock radio. Percussion sounds clear, and everything sounds right. It can also go pretty loud without distorting. None of the frequencies are exaggerated or lacking, and it sounds neutral for the most part.
However, this radio has some minor annoyances.Read more ›
I bought this so that i could use the power of my stereo to hear my calls better.
KaChing! I could turn the volume up as much as i desired for each road condition and hear my calls perfectly. I took time to ask everyone how well they could hear me, and they all had good reports, no echos or hearing problems to speak of.
Connectivity was very easy and my phone auto connects every time i turn the car on automatically, no batteries to worry about.
I hooked up my ipod, and it worked great as well as charged while driving with the included cable. very nice.
Raido tuning was very good. Cd player very good.
The interface is very user intuitive, you don't feel like you need to read the manual, you just use it, which i like.
and for the price? $69.99 with free shipping, this was a no brainer. The quality is there.
Still loving this Stereo. While I used to use my blackberry to sync, I've recently upgraded to iPhone. I now can stream Pandora Internet radio to the stereo using the bluetooth channel. Very cool. Or use a program called TuneIn to listen to live radio broadcast across the country, again just streaming via the bluetooth channel. Setting up bluetooth calling on my iPhone was easy as 1234 (literally, that's the pairing code).
Everything has continued to work excellently.
Still love it. Bought a second one for my wife's van. Been using the iphone port a lot lately for audio books and it performs flawlessly. automatically picks up where you left off when you plug it in.Read more ›
One caveat: the included microphone has a clip that doesn't seem to clip to anything. I tried it all over the car: rearview mirror, air vents, plastic trim, nothing. I did finally get it to clip onto one of the air vents, but every time I touch it, it pops off. I will end up using a piece of double sided tape or velcro to fix this. I also tried it in my wife's car, a Ford Escape, with similar issues. Maybe they expect you to clip it onto your shirt as you drive?
For Smart Car owners, see below:
NOTE: I bought several products for the same upgrade, so I'm posting the same review with links on each product.
I was replacing the double-din factory radio in my Smart 451 Fortwo and this harness made it very easy. The individual wires are labelled by function (ie, left front speaker postive). I had purchased a Dual XDMA6415 receiver with bluetooth built in and the included wiring harness matched up color for color with this Metra harness.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kinda buggy, sound quality not that good on bluetooth according to callers, you can hear noises on BT when listening to music or audio books. Wouldn't buy again.Published 6 months ago by AmazonVoyager
Very nice, using it more than 2 year and still working fine!Published 7 months ago by Ivo A. Duran Filho
For the Price you can't beat it but look at when it was manufactured. The newer stereos have updated software and new features.Published 9 months ago by El Azteca
very good product. I am using Dual first time. and it is very good for bluetooth talking and it pairs up the phone very quick and catch up the calls quickly. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Raju
volume goes down by its self /or turns off/ radio turns off by its selfPublished 11 months ago by Darrscot