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Clarion M608 Marine In-Dash 4-zone SIRIUS/XM-ready Digital Media Receiver with Bluetooth
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Clearly visible, high-contrast 13-digit, 2-line LCD display. Front panel water ingress protection (IP55). Bluetooth music streaming with Qualcomm aptX. iPad/iPhone/iPod ready. SiriusXM Pandora Internet Radio ready. USB 2 aux inputs. 4-zone volume control. Global AM/FM/weather band tuner. 50W 4 MOSFET amp 2ohm stable. 8-channel/4V RCA preamp outputs. Built-in low-pass high-pass filters. NMEA 2000 connectivity with optional interface cable (MW6). Wired marine remote ready (MW1/MW2/MW3/MF2). Includes wiring harness stainless steel chassis with rubber gaskets (IPX3) stainless steel mounting hardware. Model M608.
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I had an XDM1 in my boat, which was working, but I wanted something more modern and didn't want to do much cutting so I went with Clarion. It did fit the old cut out.
For the price it leaves a lot to be desired. When using in USB Flash drive mode it's very limited. 3000 files. It's also limited to FAT formatting. My wifes 2011 VW radio (7 years old) can handle much more.
When plugging in an iPhone it will initially display USB source but it won't play. You have to switch to another source and back to USB Source to get it play. Tried on iPhone 6s and X.
It does not handle any lossless formats. Only lossy formats.
The built in AMPs are useless (true of most any head units).
If you do use USB Flash drive, navigating the files is painful.
So basically it's a very expensive Bluetooth interface which is the only way I can use it.
I have since added a JL Audio 600/4 Amp with four REVO 6 speakers and it sounds extremely good.