Dual XHD7714 In-Dash CD/MP3 Player with Remote, Built-in Bluetooth, HD Radio, iPod Cable, and 3.5mm Aux Input
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- Integrated HD Radio tuner with iTunes Tagging
- Integrated Bluetooth with Built In Microphone for Hands Free Enabled Phones
- iPod control includes 2-Wire iPod cable
- Front USB Input
- 3-Pair of preamp outputs (F/R/S)
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Works great - when I can get a signal. The radio receiver seems much weaker than the radio I replaced. I had to buy an antenna booster to get the quality up to where the old radio was - and that's just the analog stations I'm talking about. If you are in or near a big city where there are lots of HD radio stations, it works great. If you're out in hilly countryside like I am most of the time, it's not so great and most of the time the radio keeps switching between the analog and digital signal for the radio station I'm listening to, which can be a bit annoying.
It works. I wish I had more positive feedback about this, because this was a primary reason for me purchasing this unit. In between songs, you can hear the ipod disk "spin up" to access the next song - it's faint, but still audible. Also, control of the ipod from the head unit is not very easy. You use the volume knob to scroll through songs/artists/etc. on the head unit - no fast scroll like the ipod has, so it takes some time to get to the artist/song/album you want if you have a LOT of music on your ipod like I do. It has tagging capabilities, but I haven't used it so I can't say how well that part works.
This part I like. It works really well with my Blackberry Pearl. Every time I get in the car, it finds my Blackberry, whether it's in my hand, pocket, or backpack.Read more ›
I bought this for my Subaru Forester XT. I'm a nerd, so I had to make sure that I got all the bells and whistles. Streaming audio over BT. HD radio, aux input etc. I also installed this myself (plus amp etc). I'm an open source (read: Android cell phone) guy, so I can't describe how annoying it is that 100% of the car stereo units that support a cell phone, support the iPhone only. Even considering just how much Android has in terms of market share (which is steadily growing) it's sad that all the manufactures are jocking Apple this badly. I figure its because a good portion of the world leaves their stock stereo intact, so there isnt much need for market diversity. I was initially aiming to settling with the Alpine CD-less unit, with the HD and BT add-ons. After adding it up, thats pretty much $1k of stereo for... what exactly? I saw this unit and decided, hell, might as well try it, and return for the pricier unit if it sucked. Luckily, it was worth it!
Verdict: more than worth the cost. It's like using Ubuntu. No fancy name, but does everything you want it to at a cost much less than anyone else.
Details: BT once set-up, syncs upon start. Nice. Streaming audio works great, no sound issues. I stream radio stations, Last.fm and my mp3s. Playing video in surround is great (yay Bill Maher in traffic). In terms of hands-free, you can take and hang up calls just fine. The mic is embedded into the player (when you buy the add-on modules other manufactures make you purchase, you can usually mount the mic somewhere).Read more ›
My area has 14 HD radio stations and you really can tell the difference when the HD signal locks in. Disc play back is what you would expect from any other player. The Aux and USB work great.
My favorite feature is the integrated Bluetooth. Pairing with my phone was a snap and receiving calls is simple and easy. Your music is muted while the caller id information (name and number) is displayed and when you end a call sound resumes. The microphone has good pickup and I have not had any complaints from people saying they could not hear me. I did not have to raise my voice either to talk.
There are only a couple of issues I have that warrant 4/5 stars.
1) The display is very difficult to read during the day time unless it is in direct sunlight (think black and white gameboy)
2) The display options are limited in that you cannot display the station call sign or song data while also displaying the time of day. You have to choose between seeing the station number and time, or station call sign and song name.
With that said though, these are only real minor issues and all of the other positive features outweigh them by far. I would recommend this to anyone, and would purchase again if I had another car.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It has it all. But, it doesn't sound good. The tuner isn't good either. I tried a brand new antenna, it got worse. I've had it in 2 cars now. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Logan Sabrowsky
Shortly after installation, the CD player stopped working, the USB input worked poorly. The only thing that worked was the HD Radio.Published 9 months ago by JB
I bought the XHD7714 almost 2 years ago,for my 2002 villager and have been very happy with it.Great everything.Published 17 months ago by NymO
The best car audio system. U can pay a lot of money on car audio syetem, but they won't come with HD. RADIO build in. hands on free phone through bluetooth. Read morePublished on August 19, 2014 by gerard herbert
Lots of features, lots of power. If you like a gadgety stereos, you will love this one with the Bluetooth, HD and Auziliary functions. Read morePublished on August 17, 2014 by DocWizard