- Brand Name: Dual Electronics
- Model Number: XHD7720
Dual XHD7720 In-Dash CD/MP3/WMA Player with Motorized Face, Remote, Built-in HD Radio Tuner, iTunes Tagging, iPod Cable, and 3.5mm Aux Input
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- Integrated HD Radio tuner with iTunes Tagging
- Direct iPod USB input
- Bluetooth ready (Requires BTM60 Bluetooth module - Sold Separately)
- 2-Step motorized electronic detachable faceplate
- 3 preamp outputs (F/R/S)
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yeah, its that cool. for those of you out there that are skeptical of whether or not HD Radio is worth your money, ill go ahead and answer that question for you. yes. yes it is. I wasnt sure myself before i bought this but it was like rediscovering radio. for people who aren't sure how it works, its like this. HD doesn't have its own band like AM, FM, or XM, but it improves the FM sound quality. and single stations can have more than one channel such as 97.9 HD1 and 97.9 HD2.
This radio can pump out 50W x 4 PEAK. that translates into at most 25W x 4 RMS. for a stock sound system in just about any car, THAT'S PLENTY. The quality of sound in my old speakers is much better than it was. that little radio powered my 8 speaker Boston Acoustics system. nuf said.
Here's something you don't see often: the cable needed to unlock the full capabilities of iPod integration _is included_. music control can be done from the included remote or the radio itself. The music tagging feature is very useful as well. beware, it only works on HD stations.
Ok. the one con of this product. The bluetooth is fully compatible with H2DP, handsfree is convenient, clarity is excellent. BUT, you must first purchase the BTM 60 ($40ish) Dual Btm60 Bluetooth Interface Module before you can use BT anything. even music streaming.Read more ›
====> EDIT #2: You CAN disable the HD on this unit (see #4 below). It isn't specifically spelled out in the manual, but when you go into setup while listening to the radio, and get to the Digital/Analog selection, select "analog". You will still be able to receive the station, but it will not switch into HD mode.
====> EDIT: For those of you who are experiencing weak signal pickup on the radio of this unit, the problem may not be with the radio. Twist the antenna connector in it's socket while the radio is on and see if that helps. I had to use an adapter to go from the GM style antenna connector to the standard size, and I found that the adapter would lose it's connection if it was rotated into a certain spot, making the signal VERY weak.
#1- This is the only unit I have seen that has large buttons. This is important to me because it's almost impossible to nail the microscopic buttons on other units while driving. The only negative about these buttons is that they don't have the best 'feel' about them (you have to hit them on their right or left side), so you have to 'learn' them. The volume ring is a tad flimsy, but so are others I have seen.
#2- There are not many units available anymore that have a straight-up, easy-to-read, no-frills-or-glitz display. This one does, and I like it. The downside is that the lettering is pretty large, which doesn't allow for the display of more than ten or twelve characters at a time. This is a negative for artist & song info, but the info scrolls at the beginning of each tune, so that helps.Read more ›
Pros: Stylish, easy installation, HD radio, everything..
Cons: Plastic feeling keys, kind of feel like toy buttons, but you get used to them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got the player for a friend of mine. He was no objections about it.Published 7 months ago by Stanislav Andonov
So-So CD Player...started having issues with the face going up and down. Eventually couldn't play CD's at all, just the radio and then use the USB or the AUX port.Published 7 months ago by Angela McLean
This radio is absolute garbage, the front face started malfunctioning shortly after purchase where it would open and close on its own. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mark Steffl
It was a good radio until the motorized face stopped working.Published 18 months ago by Kramer v Kramer
ive had it for maybe 2 years and put it in a 1995 ford f250 and a 2000 ford f150, it fit both just fine but its starting to have a few problems. Read morePublished on November 26, 2013 by FutureMechanic14'
Worked great and loved it for about 6 months and while out of town on a work trip it started opening and closing non stop while driving. Read morePublished on November 17, 2013 by Chipmunk
I put this in a 99 Mustang for my daughter. It sounds good and works well, especially when coupled with the Dual SBP8A amplified subwoofer. Read morePublished on August 30, 2013 by Todd P