|Item Weight||2.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 4.2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||XR4110|
|Warranty||1 year parts/labor|
- Brand Name: Dual Electronics
- Model Number: XR4110
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1 year parts/labor
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.
View a feature diagram.
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.
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.
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.
The XR4110 features a brilliant blue four-character display, along with matching blue button illumination.
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.
Dual offers a one-year warranty on parts and labor.
Dual XR4110 receiver, mounting sleeve, wiring harness, antenna, trim ring, and user's manual.
Nothing fancy here, but works well for the price. Very simplistic radio of course.Published 6 months ago by Orais
good radio, just wish I'd have paid attention to it being windows based, if I want to plug in a USB chip, I have to format all the music for windows media player and then it ONLY... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Alvin Browning
I needed a cheap replacement in a freshwater marine application. This did the job just fine, although due to the application I wired in a separate switch for the memory line so it... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ben R.
About as poor an excuse for a radio as you can imagine. You get what you pay for, though in this case, you might not get quite what you paid for. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lawrence A. Johnson