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Dual XR4110 In-Dash MP3, WMA, AM/FM Receiver with Front Panel USB, SD Card, and 3.5mm Aux Inputs (Gray)

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  • Mechless AM/FM radio, MP3/WMA, USB, SD card receiver (DIN mount)
  • 3.5-mm auxiliary input for connecting iPods or other external devices
  • Electronic tuning with 30 presets,Auto station store
  • 60 watts total power (4 x 15 watts) with a pair of 2V preamp outputs
  • 3 preset EQ curves (rock, pop, classic)
  • Mechless AM/FM radio, MP3/WMA, USB, SD card receiver
  • Front panel USB and SD card slots with support for 16 GB devices/cards
  • One-year limited warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions7 x 4.2 x 2 inches
Item model numberXR4110
Warranty1 year parts/labor
  
Additional Information
ASINB002OMB7FE
Best Sellers Rank #17,109 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds
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Date First AvailableSeptember 10, 2009
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Dual Electronics
  • Model: XR4110
  • Warranty: 1 year parts/labor

Product Description

Product Description

Dual XR4110 Car Flash Media Player XR4110 Car Stereo Receivers

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This "mechless" receiver from Dual Electronics does away with mechanical playback entirely--no discs, no cassettes--just your digital music collection on USB devices or SD cards, your favorite digital music player through the auxiliary input, or some AM/FM radio.

An affordable mechless receiver for music fan with a large collection of MP3/WMA files.

Connect USB devices, SD cards, or via the auxiliary input jack.

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USB/SD Playback
The XR4110 features a convenient front-panel USB (1.1) port, for playback of your favorite MP3/WMA files. Connect USB devices with up to 16 GB capacities, and access hours of programming.

Right next to the USB port is a slot for SD cards. Support for SD cards is also 16 GB, giving you yet another storage option for your MP3s and WMAs. SD cards are even more convenient for quickly swapping out, for an almost infinite amount of music right there in your glove compartment.

Auxiliary Input
Of course, most folks with a substantial digital music collection also have a favorite iPod or other MP3 player. The standard 3.5-mm mini jack aux input lets you connect and enjoy it. And yes, you can even hook up a portable CD player if you wanted some good old-fashioned skipping playback.

AM/FM Radio
Listen to your favorite morning show or catch up on the traffic, news, or weather with the built-in AM/FM tuner. Eighteen FM and 12 AM presets let you instantly pull up your favorite stations.

Blue Display
The XR4110 features a brilliant blue four-character display, along with matching blue button illumination.

Preamp Outputs
The XR4110 has 60 watts of total power (15 watts x 4 channels), but if you'd like a little more, a pair of 2V preamp outputs is included for system expansion.

One-Year Warranty
Dual offers a one-year warranty on parts and labor.

What's in the Box

Dual XR4110 receiver, mounting sleeve, wiring harness, antenna, trim ring, and user's manual.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I would recommend this receiver and I would definitely buy another.
Will
Revision: After 2 weeks use unit started losing memory presets when key turned off, am returning.
C. Riley
It takes SD cards and usb devices, my kids can plug their mp3 players via auxiliary input.
Omar A. Barahona

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Cycle and Sound Guy on January 9, 2010
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Simple little device that is very flexible. The radio reception AM and FM is good both in the city and on the highway. Music from the SD card is the easiest way to use the "mech less" device. Be aware that the unit is limited to 16gb, not a real limitation with the SD card but I have an older generation ipod that is 20gb and it will not play through the USB port. However, I can use the auxiliary port with the ipod just fine. The built-in amplifier is not terribly powerful but does put out some good sound in my 1988 VW Vanagon which has a big interior space. I need to turn up the volume control almost all the way if I want it to play loudly. But there are jacks on the unit to connect an external amplifier. Hey, what can you expect for $40. All in all, I am quite satisfied and think that you get a lot of basic features for a cheap price. We shall see how it's long term durability is in a few years but I assume since it's all electronic (hence the term mech less)that there's not much that can go wrong from a wear standpoint. I would highly recommend this unit as a strong value and candidate to replace/upgrade any stock unit in your car.
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56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Moises on September 18, 2010
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I bought 2 of these radios in the past couple of months and I am really impressed with the quality considering the price. I had never purchased any other products by Dual in the past so I read a lot of reviews before purchasing. Because of the low price and overall favorable reviews I took a chance. I was pleasantly surprised with the quality.

I would like to address some of the issues I have read in other reviews and add my two cents. First of all, many have complained about the low output of this unit. It is a 60 Watt output which means 15 watts per channel. Not a lot but not exactly weak either. I think some may have interpreted this as 60 Watts per channel so that would account for the disappointment. I never had a problem with the output from my OEM Radio and I was just looking for something with more input options, so in my case the 60 Watts was more than enough. If you want this thing to crank out power you WILL need an amp, but for a good sounding radio playing at a modest volume this unit is great.

I had also heard some issues about a clicking sound when using this radio. The sound from my 2 units are crystal clear and the only time I get any clicking or distortion is when I use the Aux or USB input while my portable device is charging from the cigarette lighter. This creates a ground loop problem and Is perfectly normal because cars have a chassis ground (tires prevent the car from being truly grounded). IF you want to prevent this problem you can get a filter to prevent it. Personally, I do this so infrequently that the filter is not worth the investment for me but it is fixable.

I have seen many reviews saying that this unit does not have a shuffle option so it plays all the songs in the order they are saved in your portable device or media.
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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 22, 2010
Dual XR4110 Mechless Digital Media Receiver
Wasn't sure what to expect after reading the variety of impressions in previous reviews, but figured it was worth $40 to take a chance.

PROS:
- Better than expected AM/FM tuner with 18 FM and 12 AM presets. Range is better than the premium stereo in our Chrysler Town & County. No memory loss with this unit.
- All 3 digital inputs worked on first attempt and volume level was even with the radio tuner. That's good as there is no way to adjust it.
- I input internet radio from my Moto Droid thru the Aux input. It works great! If you are a Pandora user this is the way to go!
- Sound is decent. If you need booming bass, you already have an external amp and sub, right? Hook it up!
- My car has a separate clock, so I don't miss that.

CONS:
- My only real complaint is that the display doesn't dim with the lights. Anybody got a left-over scrap of light grey window tint?

I'm a retired USN ET & CATV Engineer who started as a teenage hillbilly car stereo installer. A good 8-track in those days put out a whopping 14 watts!
My experience tells me that even a simple unit like this can sound fantastic with good speakers. Maybe replacing old, worn-out speakers with quality new ones of the proper wattage would satisfy those who aren't impressed with the sound.
If you're an audiofile who lives in the vehicle, what are you looking at something like this for anyway?

Update: I actually asked a window tinting business for a scrap of light grey window tint. It works great! The display is still easily viewed on a bright sunny day.
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Mitchell Greene on January 15, 2010
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This is the second xr4110 I have tried (after awaiting a three week return/delivery). The unit sometimes loses the memory during starting of the vehicle. I have read this is a problem for this unit and wish someone had warned me. It is obviously something Dual wants to sweep under the rug, because they do not act suprised when you call with this complaint. They just say to return it, no questions about wiring or anything.

It is a cheap unit, so I guess you get what you pay for.:(
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Terence Iverson on March 25, 2010
I bought this stereo at my local wal-mart for $40 because my last stereo(VR3 with CD, Aux, USB, SD and AM-FM)got destroyed buy too many bumps from not driving on the highway all the time and getting my car airborne a few times. Since I was not going to change my driving style I just wanted a cheap stereo that was under $60. I really think this one will last longer than the 2 years the last one lasted.

Downsides
-Looses memory sometimes(Instead of continuing at track 56 it goes back to track 1)
-Can't skip from the first track to the last one by pressing the back button
-Almost too bright LCD

Upsides
- I can get about 7 more radio stations in town than my previous stereo
- No skipping with SD or USB drive
- Aux input is clear, no hissing sound or other noise
- Water resistant, they do not advertise it, but I have already dunked this stereo about 3/4 of the way underwater.(Hit a hole while creek driving)
- Light weight, Once mounted in a dash install kit, it is solid and does not move it's about 1/2 the weight of my VR3
- Great sound quality, it may only be 60 watts, but my last one was 250 and this one is about even in loudness and sounds better
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