|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.2 x 3.3 x 6.3 inches|
|Item model number||XD107|
|Memory Card Slot||SD Card|
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Car Stereo, XO Vision Wireless Bluetooth Car Stereo Receiver with 20 watts x 4, USB Port , SD Card Slot, and MP3 and FM [ XD107 ]
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- Stream music wirelessly and use your stereo as a speakerphone
- Compatible with iPhone, Android devices, Samsung Galaxy devices, and more.Half-DIN depth for easy installation
- Front AUX in allows you to playback audio from your iPod, iPad, or MP3 player
- Easily Play MP3 files from an SD card or USB flash drive
- FM Radio with 18 presets
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From the manufacturer
Comes with remote control
- CEA-2006 Compliant: No
- RMS Power Output (Watts): 20
- Peak Output (Watts): No
- Preamp Outputs : 2 Channel
- Display Color: White
- Key Button Color: Blue
- AUX Input (3.5mm): Front
- USB Input: Yes (front)
- Bluetooth Compatible; Yes
The MP3 and FM Stereo Receiver delivers high quality sound when you hit the road. Bluetooth lets you wirelessly stream music from your smartphone to your stereo and also functions as a speakerphone. Playback your favorite music from removable storage devices using the USB Port and SD Card slot.
- AM/FM Radio with up to 18 preset stations
- Wirelessly connect your bluetooth enabled devices
- Use your stereo as a speaker phone
- AUX cable allows you to playback from your iPod or MP3 player
- Front USB connection
- SD card slot
- 4x20W Max power
- Remote Control
Stream music wirelessly and use your stereo as a speakerphone
Compatible with iPhone, Android devices, Samsung Galaxy devices, and more
Front AUX in allows you to playback audio from your iPod, iPad, or MP3 player
Easily Play MP3 files from an SD card or USB flash drive
FM Radio with 18 presets
Legal DisclaimerThis product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Now......for the actual review!
The size and weight of the unit makes it feel like a toy but, for the price, it's a pretty neat radio for what it offers.. Bluetooth, SD, USB, CD......oops!, no CD...but I knew that going into it. CDs only clutter your car, get scratched, get lost etc. . We converted them all to MP3.
Radio - Reception is not that great. Cuts out now and then, but still functional for the most part. An FM booster may help, but I don't listen to the radio that much anyway....too much talking and many of the same songs playing over and over and over and over and over.....;-) .
Bluetooth - has worked flawlessly! Once paired, the radio, SD, USB will mute when phone rings and comes back when you hang up. Phone is on voice command, so all I need to say is "Answer". Eyes still on the road, hands still on the wheel. Doesn't get safer/better than that.....well...... not taking calls is safer/better. TEXTing while driving has been 10000 % forbidden in our family. I hope you folks do the same. I have been using my GPS, the phone, streaming Pandora and whatever songs I have on my phone for the past week with no issue. Phone automatically connects to unit as soon as I turn on car. It's been awesome!
SD - One SD stick, hundreds of hours of music, random play, etc. I am not getting that first second of skipped music some folks have mentioned, though. I am more for quality than quantity on music, so I usually make MP3s at the 320Kb/s level. About 300-400 songs on a 2gb card.
USB - I don't think I'll be using the USB port, because, face it, who wants anything sticking out their radio that could snap off? If you think you can charge a phone on it, while using it's GPS or streaming option, think again. Today's smartphones require at least 2.1 amps. Clearly not enough power from this little thing. If the phone was off, it will charge. My guess is that it's a 1 amp charger.
CD - Oops, there I go again....no CD (Still knew that) One CD...up to 70 minutes of music..same artist....not always all good songs. SD card.....hundreds of hours of all favorite music.....need I say more?
Sound - I had installed new speakers a month ago that dramatically increased quality.....it stayed the same so that's a plus! Power output is OK. I can hear the music fine with windows opened. I am going to take advantage of the pre-amp connection on back of unit and install an AMP with a dual 6" sub box or a single 8". I think this will make it thump a little better without shaking the earth and being obnoxious. I don't need to share my music with others on the road. I also noticed that if you spin the volume knob fast, the music seems to stutter. I haven't used the remote, though, and i doubt I will. It will only get lost.
EQ - Actually works. Not sure why someone said they heard no difference. I left mine set at ROCK mode.
BASS/TREBLE - Actually works, too. Nice feature to customize how much bass you want.
If you are going to do the work yourself, I would recommend purchasing this unit. After all, you are buying it to save money, right? If you are going to pay someone to install it, and if you do listen to the radio portion a lot, then spend the extra money and go for a higher end Pioneer, Kenwood, etc. They will have more power, better reception and no need for an external AMP.
I hope someone will find this review helpful. If things change, I'll update it. If you have any questions, let me know and I'll answer as best I can!
This is a cheap radio, and it feels like one. The buttons have a cheap plasticky feel and feedback. The buttons are also tiny and flush-- if you're switching through the channels while driving, you're going to need some crazy muscle memory to hit the right one.
The only big feature is the knob, which controls the volume. Unfortunately, it shines a very bright brilliant blue whenever the car is on, even if the radio is off, and is very distracting when driving at night. I basically block it by positioning my hand on the wheel in such a way as to not see it.
Another disappointment is a complete lack of mounting hardware, or even holes where it could be attached. I was reluctant to drill holes in the metal casing and risking damaging the inside, so I ended up just jamming it in the compartment and relying on good ol' friction to keep it in place. Not ideal.
But it works. The music plays:)