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Blaupunkt Cupertino 220 World AM/FM/MW/RDS CD Receiver with iPod/iPhone Direct Control

3.6 out of 5 stars 162 customer reviews
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  • In-dash AM/FM/MW/RDS, CD/CD-R/CD-RW MP3, WMA Receiver with remote
  • iPod/iPhone direct control and software upgrade via USB
  • 4 x 45 watts maximum power with two-channel 2V preamp outputs
  • One-line 9 digit dot matrix display
  • Front panel USB and Auxillary inputs
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Product Description

Product Description

Single Din In-dash AM/FM/MW/RDS, CD/CD-DA/CD-R/CD-RW MP3,WMA Receiver with remote. iPod/iPhone direct control and software upgrade via USB. File names up to 50 characters/ID3 30 characters Black dot-matrix display. Power Output: Peak: 45 watts x 4 channels - RMS: 22 watts x 4 channels. MP3 ID3 Tag Display (Title/Artist/Album) Playback and Audio features, MP3 and WMA file playback. USB 2.0 mass storage fast reading playback. Folder browsing without playback intruption. Fast list browsing and selection via encoder. 25 station presets, 3 band EQ with 4 Selectable EQ Curves (pop,rock,classic, user) and repeat and random modes. Electronic bass/treble/fader and balance controls. Multi-function Encoder Knob. Expandibility: 1 set 2V preamp outputs, Front panel auxillary input: 3.5mm, USB input. General: Detachable face, Piano Black Finish

From the Manufacturer

The Cupertino 220 offers iPod/iPhone and USB connectivity and integration of other external digital devices via Aux-in. Play back your favorite music from standard file formats such as MP3 or WMA from CD or USB stick or iPod/iPhone. Stored track information, ID3 tags, can be displayed at the push of a button. Hear your music instantly with immediate access USB – no tedious waiting time. The last memory settings are forever stored in your radio, even if you disconnect it from the battery. The Cupertino 220 makes it easy to enjoy your music your way.

Blaupunkt  CD/MP3/WMA Receiver with iPod/iPhone Control via USB
Blaupunkt  CD/MP3/WMA Receiver with iPod/iPhone Control via USB
Blaupunkt  CD/MP3/WMA Receiver with iPod/iPhone Control via USB
Key Features
iPod/iPhone content playback

Playback audio from most iPod models via the USB with direct control and charging. Enjoy the familiar feel with Album, Artist and Song List on the 9 digit dot matrix display. While the music is playing it shows you just the information you want.

USB Front Input

Connect and control compatible USB mass storage devices with instant access to your music.

MP3 Comfort and Browsing

The Cupertino 220 plays back standard file formats, offers selectable MP3 display modes (play time….) and stored track information (ID3 tags) at the touch of a button. Displays file names up to 50 characters and 30 character ID3 tags. Browse through your music tracks without interrupting the current track playback.

Front Aux-in

The 3.5mm jack allows digital music integration so you can bring your favorite music along.

Equalization for User Customized Sound

The 3 Band EQ with 4 Curves (Pop, Rock, Classic and User) allows you to freely customize the Bass, Midrange and Treble and tune the sound to your liking based on the genre of musical selections.

Expandability

2 Channel preamp outputs allows for easy amplifier add on.

Additional Key Elements
  • Power: 4 x 50W Mosfet Chip
  • Volume Encoder for easy and quick tuning
  • 35 Presets
  • Software update via USB
  • Detachable Face
  • Remote

Product Information

Product Dimensions 11.1 x 8.7 x 3.7 inches
Item Weight 4.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 4.6 pounds
ASIN B008FYF9L8
Item model number 1 011 202 221 001
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 162 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,246 in Electronics > Car Electronics > Car Audio > Car Stereo Receivers
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By Tyler Schimpf on May 2, 2013
Edition: Toronto 420 Verified Purchase
This has proven to be a great head unit, much to my surprise with some of these reviews. The first thing I noticed was the heft…this thing is heavy in comparison to many of the ‘good’ American brands. The interface is great, maybe takes a little to get used to but if you've used any two knob stereos (GM comes to mind.) it’s not too unfamiliar. There are many settings, and a very advanced EQ and sub-out setup. The rear USB and MIC out are a wonderful addition that just put this unit one step above the rest. Shop around, feature for feature, there is nothing better.

It looks extremely sleek and very clean in comparison to most other American aftermarket units available. It has a permanent clock setting, which is wonderful for many domestic vehicles that do not have a separate clock. The knobs are rubberized and very easy to grip. The radio reception is loads better than my stock head unit also. Bluetooth works flawlessly as well. I get in the truck, start it up, and boom, my phone is connected….and if the last thing I used was bluetooth streaming…it starts back on the song where I left off! It works just great! Even the built in MIC is adequate in my 2002 Chevrolet Blazer with its mid dash radio location. The best part is, Blaupunkt updates the firmware on their radios regularly as well. All you have to do is download the file to a blank flash drive, plug it into the headunit, reboot it, and tada you’re updated.

Let me go over a few things however regarding some of the Amazon low star reviews:

-Bluetooth works great with both an Android Phone, and 2 Windows Phones. My HTC 8x has some unrelated BT quality issues that ATT is working on, but the other phones sounded great.
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Edition: Toronto 420 Verified Purchase
I bought this for my 1996 VW Passat because Balupunkt uses the EXACT SAME wiring harness and it was a simple plug and play operation for me with no permanent wire modifications. I have been using it for about one month at the time of writing this review

PROS: Lots of settings to get it just how you like it, TONS of features (some of which you wouldn't know about unless you read the manual completely), comprehensive array of inputs, and of course Blutooth. Blutooth works like a charm for me; my phone connects automatically as soon as I turn my car on. Call quality is clear when just sitting in the car, but can be a bit hard to hear for the other end if you are driving out and about. Of course, your experience will vary and many external variables to the radio itself come into play. Luckily, there is an external mic available for those who need more clarity. Sound quality is pretty good, considering I'm just running my stock 17 year old speakers. Radio reception for me is excellent, and actually a bit better than stock. Build quality seems sturdy to me and shouldn't just fall apart on its own.

Fake CONS: These are things other people are saying who aren't giving a fair impression of the product. For one, several people complain about an ear piercing bleep every time they hit a button. If they actually read the manual, they would know this is a setting that can be disabled. Others complain about a bad display that is invisible in the sunlight. This may be true for you, but not everyone else. If your car holds the radio angled upwards at all, then yeah your going to have that problem with any aftermarket radio that isn't a blindingly bright display.
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Edition: Toronto 420 Verified Purchase
We got the 420BT as an upgrade to the first aftermarket Blaupunkt head unit that's in our 2003 Volkswagen Eurovan. The first Blaupunkt unit that the 420BT replaced came after the original stock head unit, which was also manufactured for VW/Audi by Blaupunkt. We upgraded from the VW stock radio to the first Blaupunkt to get CD and CD changer functionality. It served us very well for 7 years, and it matched the VW eurovan's interior motiv very well--complete with red and blue lights, and a nice subdued black finish. It looked like it should have been original equipment. So when we saw that Blaupunkt was again being offered in the US (it disappeared for several years between 2008 and 2012), we decided to upgrade again to the 420BT because of the Bluetooth capability, both for hands-free phone, and for audio streaming, since we both use iphones for music storage and podcasts.

First, the good. The 420BT maintains the same exact wiring harness that they have always had, and which is fully compatable with the stock VW wiring harness for the 2003 Eurovan (and probably for all VWs and Audis of that vintage.) So, installing it was extremely simple again--just plug and play, and the standard DIN size fits the dash opening perfectly. The drawback for styling on the 420BT is that the front bezel trim ring and the radio face changed from a subdued black finish to a gloss black finish that seems to be made of much thinner plastic. So, while the radio fits well, it now stands out a little more from the other dashboard controls, looking a little more aftermarket than like original equipment. However, Blaupunkt did stick with the same red and blue light combination on the 420BT, so at least that aspect matches our VW motiv well.
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