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Sony CDXGT700 Digital Media CD Receiver with HD Radio (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • AM/FM radio, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3/WMA/AAC receiver with integrated HD Radio receiver
  • 52 Watts x 4 peak power with 2V front/rear/subwoofer preamp outputs
  • Flip-down, detachable faceplate with 2-line LCD display and green/blue illumination
  • Includes front panel auxiliary input, USB port, iPod control; SAT Radio ready with Sony Bus
  • One-year limited warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2.9 pounds
Product Dimensions9.5 x 4.4 x 10.2 inches
Item model numberCDXGT700HD
Display TypeLCD
Warranty1 year limited
Height (inches)4.25 inches
Width (inches)9.5 inches
Weight3.6 Pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB0032FOJOS
Best Sellers Rank #50,562 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 1, 2009
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: CDXGT700HD
  • Warranty: 1 year limited

Product Description

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Enhance your digital listening pleasure with the CDX-GT700HD, featuring HD Radio reception with iTunes tagging. Feature packed, the receiver can also connect, charge, and control your iPod, iPhone, Walkman player, or other digital music players with USB 1-Wire.

Enhance your digital listening pleasure with the CDX-GT700HD. Click to enlarge.

Front panel USB port and auxiliary input.

Selectable green/blue illumination.

Detachable Faceplate
The CDX-GT700HD's flip-down, detachable faceplate features a two-line LCD display and selectable blue/green control illumination.

Integrated HD Radio Receiver
Experience more choices, crystal clear sound, and no subscription fees. Enjoy music the way it was meant to be heard with AM stations that can deliver FM sound quality and FM stations that sound like your favorite CDs.

iTunes Tagging
Make the most of your HD Radio listening experience with integrated iTunes tagging support. Simply 'TAG' the desired song and preview/purchase it later using iTunes.

USB 1-Wire for iPod, iPhone, and Other USB Devices
USB 1-Wire lets you directly connect, charge, and control your digital music player via the USB jack in the front of the unit, as well as view metadata like song title and artist on the front display.

Quick-Browzer Technology With Jump Mode and ZAPPIN Features
Quick-BrowZer lets you search and select songs by category, including artist, album, genre, or playlist. Jump Mode gets you closer to the song you want by allowing you to fast forward through a music category in 10 percent increments. With Zappin, you can play music in six-, nine-, or 30-second clips until you find the song you're looking for.

Passenger Control With iPod Display Function
Passenger Control lets your co-pilot control your iPod via a connected wire as they scan through your music, artist and album information, conveniently shown on the receiver display.

MP3/WMA/AAC Playback With DM+
Multi-format playback lets you play CDs, CD-Rs, or CD-RWs loaded with hundreds of MP3, AAC, or WMA songs. Hear the music on your recorded CDs and MP3s in their original vibrancy with DM+ (Digital Music Plus), an original Sony codec enhancer that reproduces detailed and high-frequency sound from compressed audio.

Satellite Radio Ready
The CDX-GT700HD integrates seamlessly with satellite radio Sony Bus adaptors (sold separately) so you can receive digital satellite radio broadcasts.

EQ3 Stage 2
Customize the sound with Sony's EQ3 feature, which includes 7 preset tone curves and a 3-band equalizer.

Power and Room to Grow
The CDX-GT700HD delivers 52 Watts through four channels, and features 2V front/rear/sub preamp outputs. A built-in LPF (Low Pass Filter) and HPF (High Pass Filter) work to deliver overall better sound.

What's in the Box
Sony CDX-GT700HD Receiver, Installation Hardware, User's Manual

Product Description

Sony CDX-GT700HD In-Dash CD Receiver MP3/WMA/AAC Player with HD Radio

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Customer Reviews

Sony does it again with this quality head unit.
Doug R.
Great sound, easy to understand the controls, and looks good.
Be Bop
I get tons of stations clearly and HD is a real plus.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Almitrah on April 2, 2010
Verified Purchase
I upgraded from my factory 1998 Dodge stereo in my Caravan. Stereo sounds great and I love that I can hook my iPod up and operate it through the radio controls. I thought a remote was sort of silly for a car stereo, but I find I use it all the time- I don't have to even look down to change stations or advance through the iPod. Also, the HD is pretty cool, it picks up extra stations that were never there before.
I can't speak on the ease of installation, because I took it to a local shop and had it professionally installed and it looks great. I do find the bright blue is a little too bright for night driving, and the green is too dim for daytime driving so I am constantly switching colors and there are a TON of features I haven't discovered yet, but for the basic listening that I do (I'm not a commuter), it's an awesome stereo.
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Shadetree Mechanic on March 6, 2010
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I'm happy with this unit. Got it for my wife, who didn't like my Dual HD radio ergonomics, for some reason. HD radio is great; USB port on front a plus. Some minor quibbles: the SELECT knob, which is also the volume knob, is very sensitive, so I found myself in the FADER mode when I was just trying to raise the volume a bit. Don't remember pressing the knob, but it apparently doesn't take much pressure. Other is that you cannot save HD sub channels as presets. For example, on my Dual, the local NPR station's third HD channel is preset #3, but on this radio, you have to press the NPR station's preset button two more times to get to the third HD channel on that preset. On that topic, this radio does not seem to indicate when a station is HD; the display shows FM. Last one: I'm not crazy about having to "open" the face of the radio to insert a CD. I don't play CDs often, so it's not a big deal, but it seems like an odd extra step. These are minor issues, though. The radio sounds great, installation was a breeze and the manual was a quick read to learn how to set it up correctly. Most importantly, my wife likes it.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By James S. Hollenbeck on April 28, 2010
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Wow! I love it! HD radio is great. This stereo has all the options I was looking for, the HD, The front jacks for the I-POD, and way more power than my factory stereo had. I was told by the Best Buy tech that Sony lead the market for easy to use stereos, he was right. I'm far from into electronics, this unit is simple to set up. I remember thinking who in the world needs a remote for a car stereo, wow, it does everything, I never need my eyes to leave the road. I'm very happy with this unit!
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Charles Lottes on August 2, 2010
I'm not a picky guy, it is a fine radio. You should know before you buy:

The viewing angle for the display is important. If your radio 'leans back' (the face tilted up a bit) like mine, you will have a very hard time reading the display.

If your radio is mounted 'flat' and, presumably, below eye level, you should be able to read the display fine.

So, to put this another way, looking at the display from 'below' is bad, from 'above' is good.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By EEnerd86 on July 31, 2010
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I got this unit after my Aiwa head unit gave out. I wanted a head unit with built-in HD radio and iPod playback. This radio was the best value I could find that had those capabilities. The radio sounds good, there is a small but noticeable improvement between HD stations and regular. Side note: if you want HD radio, make sure to buy a unit that has an HD tuner built in, not 'HD ready', which means you have to buy a separate HD tuner. Another nice touch with the radio (that I haven't actually tried yet) is the option of 'tagging' a song you hear on the radio while you have your iPod plugged in, which will prompt you to purchase that song later. The iPod playback works well, I use it with my iPhone 3G (running iOS 4.0) and it works fine, it can be controlled through the radio or else you can use the controls in the phone itself (Sony calls this 'passenger mode' or something like that). It will also charge my phone even if I'm listening to something other than iPod. CD player also works well. I like the controls, they're pretty easy to read, and the volume control knob has a very nice feel to it, soft rubber grip, nice clicky feel as you turn the knob. There is also ability to control output to the subwoofer from the head unit. This radio has a lot of features I haven't tried yet. In summary:
Pros:
Built in HD radio
Will playback from my iPhone
Will charge my phone
Good look/feel/layout of controls
Great price

Cons:
The only complaint I would have about this unit is that if you're listening to the radio, and the station you're listening to broadcasts both HD and standard, and if you're in an area with weak signal for the HD station, sometimes the radio will quickly shift between HD and standard and back, causing a slight pause in the music that's annoying. I wish Sony would have done something to ensure that didn't happen.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Luke on July 7, 2010
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First off, I must say I have never thought too highly of Sony car audio. They usually sound average at best and quickly die on you. I've always been an Alpine guy myself and this unit actually replaced an older Alpine unit in my car. Overall I must say that I am highly satisfied with this Sony receiver and more than impressed with the features. You wont win any competitions with this unit, but it certainly sounds nice and more than comparable with my Alpine. My main reason for purchasing this unit is because I wanted something with HD radio built in. (The alpine add on HD radio cost more than this whole Sony stereo!) The ipod controls work much better than my aging Alpine though I find that the wire in the front in bothersome. I prefer the wire in the rear and placing the ipod in the glovebox. As for the faceplate, the lighting is nice but on the whole it feels cheaper than my 5 year old Alpine. I really dont like the look too much but its because it feels out of place in my car. Overall though my complaints are minor. This unit has a great price as well as great features. Overall it was a great purchase and would highly recommend it to someone on a budget or just looking for an upgrade over their stock radio.
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