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Sony CDXM60UI Marine CD Receiver MP3/WMA/AAC Player with USB Wire for iPod and USB Devices (White/Silver)

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  • AM/FM Radio, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3/WMA, USB, iPod marine receiver
  • 52 Watts x 4 peak power with three 2V RCA preamp outputs (rear, front, sub)
  • Detachable faceplate with two-line white LCD display; selectable red/blue illumination
  • Features MP3/WMA playback, direct iPod control, auxiliary input; ready for HD/SAT radio adapters
  • UV Resistant front panel coating and conformal coated circuit board
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight3.1 pounds
Product Dimensions7.1 x 7 x 2 inches
Item model numberCDXM60UI
Chassis SizeFull-DIN
Wireless RemoteYes
Warranty1 year limited
Expansionoptional_mp3_cable, optional_satellite_radio, optional_hd_radio
Media Playback SupportedAAC, MP3, WMA
  
Additional Information
ASINB001S2R8VS
Best Sellers Rank #46,680 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.6 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 3, 2009
  
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Product Description

Product Description

DRIVE-S Chassis : Sony DRIVE-S technology provides the ultimate audio platform, upon which to build a system that caters to demanding ears! 3x Preouts with HPF/LPF : The Sony CDX-M60UI includes three preouts so you can boost your boat's sound system with minimal effort and maximum flexibility. MP3/WMA Playback : Play CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs including discs loaded with MP3s and WMA files. SAT Radio/HD Radio Adaptor ready : Upgrade your system via a simple connection and control it all from the faceplate. USB 1 Wire : Now, one single head unit can access and control your iPod, Walkman, and numerous digital music players, USB-enabled Thumb-Drives and memory devices.

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Rock your boat with superior sound quality and a wealth of music options. The CDX-M60UI marine CD receiver features USB 1-wire, which allows you to connect, control and charge your iPhone, iPod, or Walkman MP3 player. You can also play your CDs loaded with MP3, WMA or AAC songs. Plus, searching for songs is a snap thanks Quick-BrowZer with Jump Mode and Zappin technology. Plus, a flip-down, detachable faceplate, coated circuit board and UV-resistant paint helps keep this radio protected from the elements.

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Rock your boat with superior sound quality and a wealth of music options. Click here for a larger image

Rock the Boat.

Play CDs and MP3/WMA FIles

Play back all your favorite CDs, along with CD-R/RW discs. Better yet, why not burn a CD-R/RW full of MP3 and WMA files, for hours of music on a single disc? Dial it all in with Sony's EQ3 three-band equalization to get just the sound you're after.

USB 1 Wire for iPod

Now, one single head unit can access and control your iPod, Walkman player, and numerous other digital music players, plus USB thumb drives and memory devices. Plug in your iPod and get direct control over playback, or use the Passenger Control feature to let your passenger control things directly from the iPod.

Zappin

Plays music clips by scanning your music collection. Find your favorites quickly and easily by the simple touch of the Zappin control button.

Quick-BrowZer

Quick-BrowZer lets you quickly search for and select songs while driving.

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Add HD or SAT Radio with add-ons like the XT-100HD HD Receiver above.
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Further safeguard your receiver from sun, salt and water with a Sony waterproof cover.
DRIVE-S Chassis

Sony DRIVE-S technology provides the ultimate audio platform, upon which to build a system that caters to demanding ears.

SAT Radio / HD Radio Adaptor Ready

The CDX-M60UI integrates seamlessly with satellite radio Sony Bus adaptors, so you can receive digital satellite radio broadcasts. Ditto on HD Radio: you can receive digital audio broadcasts when you connect an optional HD Radio tuner. Room to grow.

Three Preamp Outputs

The Sony Marine CDX-M60UI delivers 52 watts x 4, but if you need more, it also includes three preamp outputs, so you can boost your boat's sound system with minimal effort and maximum flexibility.

DM+ Advanced

This Sony original codec enhancer brings your compressed music files back to life.

UV Resistant Coating

A UV Resistant front panel coating protects faceplate helps prevent discoloration from the sun, very important in marine applications.

Conformal Circuit Board Coating

The sun's not the only damaging element out there... A conformal coating on the circuit board helps protect the electronic assembly from damage due to contamination, salt spray, moisture, fungus, dust, and corrosion, all standard fare in the harsh marine environment.

What's in the Box

Sony CDX-M60UI Marine CD Receiver, RM-X151 Wireless Remote, Parts for Installation and Connections (1 Set), Documentation


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I'm so impressed with this Sony Stereo and all of its features.
Live for Summer
If water or condensation gets to the flat pin connector which connects the faceplate to the circuit board, it corrodes quickly.
Pack Leader
The sound is great and once I hooked up the speakers properly, everything worked very well.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By LTC B on July 9, 2009
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This is the third stereo I've had in my boat and I like it. It has lots of features and was very easy to install. Based on the other two stereo's I have used, this one plays cleaner, loader and allows my kids to use their MP3 players. I especially like the ability to put an MP3 CD in and let it play on shuffle for the whole afternoon. Some stereos take awhile to find the next random song, this one does it very quickly which is a big plus. The wireless remote is a nice feature but you have to be facing the stereo. The only drawback is when you change the volume if you accidently push on the volume knob, you go to the setup menu. Just a bit of a nuisance.

Update Dec 2014: I just completed my 6th season and still no problems. Reception is OK, I've had better, and every once in awhile the panel gets flakey but all I ever have to do is open it and close it again and it works fine. Plays MP3 CDs and has a usb port for the kids iPhones. For what I paid, getting 6 seasons out of a boat radio - best $$ I ever spent.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By S. Madsen on September 1, 2011
OK Sony CDX-M60UI. I wanted to put a good stereo in my Malibu VTX, I wanted at least one sub and 6 speakers. After looking at just about every Marine (and car audio) deck I decided to go with the Sony and here is why.
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Requirements:
1. Music can be played from a thumb drive or a some type of personal music device through a USB interface.
2. It should be a marine deck, however my boat only sees fresh water so a car deck might be OK. (The salt combined with water is the real killer)
3. Must have sub output and sub control built into the deck. Must have front & rear (R & L) 4 volt low level outputs (the Sony doesn't have this however).
4. MUST have quality wired remote capability for at least 2 remotes.
5 Must fit in a reasonable space, I decided to install it in the glove box in a custom enclosure (I built it).
6. I did not need a CD player.
7. Keeping in mind that Marine decks don't last forever, I wanted to keep the price reasonable. This way I could spend more on the amps and speakers.

So, I looked at many decks including the higher end Kenwood Marine systems and Fusion. I am not a fan of Clarion, Alpine, Pyle or Boss, so my list got short in a hurry. I wish Pioneer would make a Marine deck or at least update their remote control so it works with their newer decks, because I've been a Pioneer fan since....well, forever. Sadly, Pioneer finally got ruled out.

Fusion looks cool and appears to be well built, but I was a little leery since I've never owned one or known anyone who has owned one for any length of time. I guess on my next install (a family houseboat) I'll check em out again.

Kenwood has always been a mystery to me. People seem to be HOT on them or really cold. Reviews seem to be the same way.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Shiznit on October 4, 2011
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I was hesitant to purchase this unit since a less expensive Sony Marine stereo failed me after about two years. The radio still worked, but I had to press the face plate in just to get the buttons to function. However, the stereo is mounted in my Jeep Wrangler, which seldom has the top up or doors on and is driven off-road in rough, desert conditions regularly.

Replacing this stereo with my old Sony was a breeze. The wiring adapter and mounting sleeve were identical, so I just used the supplied keys to pull the old one out and slide the new one in; a 5 minute job at best.

After using this stereo for a week now, I'm already blown away at its sound and features. I have aftermarket speakers but I rely on the stereo's built-in amp. It sounds far better than the old stereo with plenty of volume to make freeway listening enjoyable.

The USB capability is very convenient. I reformatted an old USB thumb drive and loaded over a thousand songs in folders named according to genre. The USB drive plugs into a long cable that is permanently connected to the rear of the stereo, which I fed to end in the glove compartment. Songs play off the thumb drive immediately and the stereo scrolls by artist, album or title. Finding one song out of the thousand is possible with a well-designed feature, too. After hitting the search button (magnifying glass), you use the volume knob to scroll through the folders and press the knob to select it. Next you scroll through the songs within that folder (alphabetical by artist) using the volume knob and press it in again to play the song. During this time, the current song still plays so there's no interruption in music. Just be sure you don't rear end somebody while doing all this.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By The Whiskey Rebel on January 26, 2011
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Installed this on my Harley and had to buy another one after the first time I washed my bike. Apparently, marine radios shouldn't get wet? If water gets in between the body and detachable faceplate, game over.

I also don't like the fact that you have to choose between the clock being displayed or title/track/artist etc... The clock should be displayed full time and then the user can choose between displaying song title or artist etc.

One positive about the receiver is the ability to add on an iPod and sattelite. There is also an AUX in for other MP3 players. I like the fact that I can set the iPod to be controlled from the iPod and not the receiver face.

I would not have bought this radio again if it wasn't for the fact that all my after-market gear was designed for a Sony. I am able to keep my handlebar controls which is great on the bike. Fortunately, the company that designs and manufactures the integration components makes a clear "rain cover" that fits over the radio face that keeps it safe from rain and washing.
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