|Item Weight||1.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.9 x 7 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||612UA|
|Display Type||Segmented LCD|
|Warranty||3 Year BOSS Audio Platinum Online Dealer Warranty|
|Expansion||optional_mp3_cable, optional_bluetooth, optional_hd_radio|
|Memory Card Slot||SD Card|
|Height (inches)||7 inches|
|Width (inches)||3 inches|
BOSS AUDIO 612UA Single-DIN MECH-LESS Receiver
|Price:||$30.75 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- 50 Watts x 4 Max Power, Balance/Fader/Bass/Treble and Preset built-in EQ
- No CD or DVD Player, Plays USB/SD, MP3, WMA, FM/AM and Smart Phones
- Compatible with Audio out from Smartphones and MP3 Players
- USB, SD, Aux, Inputs
- Front Pre Amp Outputs
- 3 Year Platinum Dealer Warranty
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From the Manufacturer
The 612UA comes with:
- Boss Hardware
- Boss Harness
- User Manual
- Warranty Card
Keeping It Digital
Take your digital tunes on the road with the Boss Audio 612UA In-Dash Mech-Less (No CD/DVD) Digital Media Receiver. Tune into your favorite AM/FM radio stations, hook your Smartphone or MP3 Player up with the Auxiliary Input or plug into the SD or USB ports for more options. Change up the sound style with the Preset built-in EQ. Make every journey better with digital music.
- 50 Watts x 4 Max Power
- Bass/Treble/Balance/Fader Controls and Preset Built-in EQ
- Switchable US and European Tuner
- Mech-Less - No CD or DVD Player
- Plays MP3/WMA/USB/SD and Smartphones
- Inputs: USB, SD, Aux
- Outputs: Front Pre Amp
No CD Mechanism
Our units without a CD mechanism are ideal for listening to digital media files from SD Cards, USB drives, and external devices such as smartphones through the auxiliary input.
Supports USB flash drive files up to 32 GB for music playback on units without monitors and music, photo and video playback on units with monitors.
SD Memory Card Port
Supports SD memory cards up to 32 GB for music playback on units without monitors and music, photo and video playback on units with monitors.
The Aux Input allows you to connect to the audio output of an external device such as an MP3 Player or Smartphone so you can enjoy your music through your system.
Built-in Preset EQ
The built-in Preset EQ allows you to choose from preset EQ curves for a variety of music styles such as Rock or Pop.
This unit's Pre-Amp outputs let you expand your system by adding one amp or signal processor.
ID3 Tag allows the audio file to store and display additional data such as title, artist, album, track number and more.
The selectable tuner function allows you to adjust this receiver's tuner to receive radio broadcasts in either the US or Europe.
|Detachable Front Panel||No||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|Pre Amp Outputs||Front||Front||Front and Rear||Front||Front|
|Switchable Frequencies||USA and Europe||USA and Europe||USA and Europe||USA and Europe||USA and Europe|
Top Customer Reviews
I did have the problem others reported of the volume reseting...only really an issue with the radio, not so much when I use an SD card or USB. I don't know about issues with the randomize feature since I generally listen to albums or pre-arranged playlists. FM seemed to pickup the few stations I listen to as well as my old radio did. I was very pleased with the fidelity; 320kbps mp3's sounded clear with full dynamic range, 128kbps I could hear the drop-off. Did not hear any distortion as I turned to volume up to what I consider "too loud to enjoy" or ~30 on the unit's scale of 40 max. Mounted in a 2005 Prius - stealth mode - can finally listen to mp3 on USB/SD or iPod via AUX in my Prius at a fraction of the cost of other solutions.Read more ›
The UI is simplistic, but easy to understand. Most of the buttons on the receiver serve simple functions, and auxiliary functions are accessed by holding the buttons down. Their feel is hard and they click with a hard "snap" feeling every bit as cheap as the radio costs. The volume control knob is depressed to access settings, and held to turn off the unit. This is not very favorable as it is possible to hit the button when attempting to turn down the volume, forcing you to wait until it returns to normal function. The pale blue backlit display is adequate during the day, but the bright blue accent lights around the volume knob shine too brightly at night. At this price point you cannot expect a color changing display, but a dimmer would be nice.
The radio is sensitive, picking up even remote stations easily, and sounds quite good. The buttons are small and clustered on the right side of the unit - yet are somehow easy to select by feel alone. Tuning the stations is irksome, as pressing the tuning button seeks to even the weakest station. Holding the tuning button sends the radio to manual tune, which is slow to tune and returns to seek after a seemingly random period of time. I set my favorite radio stations in memory and forgot about the tuning difficulties quickly.
This radio has only simple settings for audio - Bass, Treble, and Loud. A few built-in EQ settings are present, but I favored custom settings. The radio puts out 200W peak, which is just enough to drive my 6.5" Polks. The sound quality is good, but a more customizable EQ would be nice.Read more ›
This radio does what it's supposed to do. However there are several things about it that are annoying. I agree with several other reviews that complain about the clock, or lack of view of the clock. When you hold the clock button it displays for about 10 seconds and then goes away. Very annoying because I am in my truck a lot and I constantly look over to see the time. I guess I will have to buy a small stick on clock, but how will I see it at night ?
Another annoying feature is the display. It is constantly flashing and scrolling information. Some of which is not unnecessary. This should be an option, to decide what information you want displayed. I will try to upload a video of this. I will also put up a picture of the radio installed in my GMC pickup. I use a mini USB thumb drive that only sticks out less than half an inch. I will eventually change to a SD card. The USB drive is 8GB and I have over 1000 songs in about 55 folders and it's not even half full. No more stacks of scratched CDs laying around in my truck ! This would be great for a semi too, I have tons of comedy cd's on mp3 and that could keep me entertained for hours. Not to mention downloadable podcasts that could be put on USB/SD.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For the price this is pretty great. One reviewer said it doesn't have Random play - not true. Another said it doesn't have AM radio - also not true. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Dave
For the money. You can't beat this audio system I installed it in my 2003. Harley Davidson and it sounds and works greatPublished 2 days ago by Bill Brincefield
Great sounds! Blue-tooth works great with my phone. Has powerful wattage, same as a Kenwood.Published 2 days ago by James Girardot
Not bad for the price. Really can't complain. I wanted to be able to hook my phone to the radio without having to search for an empty station. Read morePublished 3 days ago by K.welch
it's ok as a get you by system, but the usb tends to throw out error alot with my samsung galaxy s7, and the bluetooth is iffy from time to time. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer