|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 7 x 2 inches|
|Origin||Made in USA or Imported|
|Item model number||XR4115|
|Preamp Voltage||2 volts|
|Display Type||Dot-Matrix Text Display|
|Expansion||optional_mp3_cable, included_bluetooth, included_bluetooth, not_compatible|
|Memory Card Slot||yes|
|Media Playback Supported||AAC|
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Dual XR4115 In-Dash MP3, WMA Mechless Digital Media Receiver with USB, 3.5mm and SD Card Inputs
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- In-dash Mechless AM/FM, MP3, WMA Digital Media Receiver with remote
- Detachable faceplate , Wireless remote control included
- Black dot-matrix display, Blue button lighting
- CEA-2006 compliant amplifier
- Power Output: Peak: 50 watts x 4 channels RMS: 17 watts x 4 channels
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 7 x 2 in||7 x 4.9 x 2 in||7 x 7 x 2 in||10 x 9 x 4.5 in||5.65 x 10 x 9 in||7 x 7 x 2 in|
Single DIN In-dash Mechless AM/FM, MP3, WMA Digital Media Receiver with remote with detachable faceplate and wireless remote control included. Black dot-matrix display and blue button lighting. CEA-2006 compliant amplifier Power Output: Peak: 50 watts x 4 channels - RMS: 17 watts x 4 channels. MP3 ID3 Tag Display (Title/Artist/Album) Playback and Audio Features, playback of MP3, and WMA files, tuner with 18FM/12AM presets with 3 Selectable EQ Curves (pop, rock and classic) and repeat and random modes. Electronic bass, treble and balance controls. Expandability Options: 1 Sets of 2V preamp outputs, Front-panel auxiliary input: 3.5mm (headphone jack) allows connection to portable media devices such as MP3 players, etc. Front-panel USB input Front SD Card slot
From the Manufacturer
The XR4115 is a mechless, versatile multi-format digital media receiver that does away with CDs and provides robust connectivity to many of today’s most popular portable media devices. The receiver’s front panel features a 3.5mm auxiliary input, a USB input and an SD card slot (supports SDHC) to connect your digital media players or storage devices for MP3 and WMA playback. The receiver has 30 station presets (18 FM and 12 AM) and features a 3-band equalizer (pop/rock/jazz).
Mechless Design – no CDs, just USB drives and SD cards
Many consumers store their music files on a computer instead of collecting CDs. If you are one of them, then the XR4115 is perfect for you. Load up your music on a USB flash drive or an SD card, which easily plug in to the front of the receiver. It is easier than carrying CDs and both USB drives and SD cards store hundreds of music files. The shallow design of this mechless head unit also allows for easy installation if mounting depth is an issue.
USB Playback Mode
The XR4115 receiver features a convenient USB input on the front panel, allowing you to access your music library (up to 16GB of MP3 or WMA files) via a USB flash drive.
SD Card Playback Mode
Access your music library (up to 32GB of MP3 or WMA files) via an SD/SDHC card. The SD card input is conveniently located on the front of the receiver.
What’s in the Box
Dual XR4115 Digital Media Receiver, Wireless Remote Control, Owner’s Manual and Wiring Harness.
- 1.0 DIN multi-format digital media receiver with AM/FM tuner (not a CD player)
- 200W (50 x 4) amplifier with 1 preamp output
- Front panel USB, SD card and 3.5mm auxiliary inputs to connect media devices
- Plays MP3 and WMA media formats from USB drives and SD/SDHC cards
- Detachable faceplate
Top customer reviews
A fatal flaw to a serious / classic music listener.
Because of the MP3 problem I ordered another unit, different manufacturer, and last night it arrived and I wired it up - And it does the same thing to each MP3 track. Disaster.
I have previously used a marine mechless "in dash" type stereo by Fusion, and it has not such delay in the start up of MP3 tracks. But - The Fusion are a little more expensive. So be it.
ergonomics and controls
The controls were a little difficult to figure out, but not impossible. All the controls present a smooth surface, so trying to adjust things will driving is awkward. the sound control is a big round knob, but wish it poked out a little further. The display for the station / time is blue and a bit small. while sitting in my car seat I can barely read it. There is a clock, but you only see it after you push a button. it would be nice if you could set the clock to be ON most of the time. There is a lot of busy information on the display, and quite frankly it's useless, you can't read it while normally seated in the car.
The big surprise is the difference between the digital playback on the SD and USB compared to the radio. the radio is poor, the digital playback acceptable. I found the midrange to be too sedated, so set the treble and base down to bring the midrange up a bit. I don't listen to music overly loud so can't say what the distortion might be, but at my elevated listening still sounded as well as at lower levels.
this stereo's weakness. It doesn't have the sensitivity of the stock radio, and the AM section picks up a lot of electrical noise.
If your price point is $40, buy it.
I am not running the unit through an amp but the sound to me is great. I have used both the auxillery and USB and both are great and navigation is very simple. Oy downside is I can't find a way to turn down the brightness on the unit.