|Item Weight||15.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.8 x 7.4 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||XD103|
|Preamp Voltage||12 volts|
|Warranty||1 year limited|
|Expansion||optional_mp3_cable, optional_bluetooth, optional_hd_radio|
|Memory Card Slot||SD Card Slot|
|Media Playback Supported||MP3, WMA|
|Height (inches)||4 inches|
|Width (inches)||9 inches|
XO Vision XD103 Car Stereo Receiver with 20 watts x 4 and USB Port and SD Card Slot
|Price:||$17.11 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
- Audio output 20 x 4W maximum, MP3 playback via USB port or SD card slot
- Digital FM tuner with 18 presets, AUX-in on front panel
- Pre-amplified line-out, Play back your favorite music from removable storage devices using the USB port and SD card slot. You can even play music directly from your MP3 player thanks to the AUX-in
- Half-size DIN depth, 4-channel audio output
- Electronic audio controls
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From the Manufacturer
Enjoy superior sound quality with XO Vision's XD103 FM and MP3 Stereo Receiver. Listen to the radio, plug in your MP3 player, or insert an SD card or USB flash drive for high-quality audio whenever you're in your car. And, because of its half-size DIN depth, you can be sure installation is easy and fast. This stereo receiver features a four-channel audio output, pre-amplified line-out, and electronic audio control.
Play Music from Anywhere
Now you can always play your favorite song on the go, no matter if it's on the radio or your personal playlist. This vehicle stereo receiver is equipped with 18 FM radio presets for all of your favorite stations. If your road trip requires some of your own tunes, simply plug your iPod, iPad, or MP3 player into the front auxiliary input to play your favorite music instantly. For those that prefer an SD memory card or USB flash drive for storing music, just insert the device into the slot on the XD103's front display and hit the road.
Top Customer Reviews
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....Read more ›
What I like about this Stereo:
- Great value for your money, definitely a worthy upgrade of your old factory stereo.
- A very nice set of options and adjustments for the quality of the sound (Bass, Treble, Fade, Balance, EQ).
- Did not alter the quality of the sound of my car. Big thumbs up!
- Easy to install if you have the correct tools.
- Easy to use. It's not a complicated User Interface.
What I think it should be different but does not bother me much:
- It will not allow you to see the clock during your commute for longer than 10 seconds, it will switch back to either the station or the song's name (if you're USB, AUX or MMC), it should allow you to see the clock or the music information to your choice.
- It won't display the names of the songs completely, it has a character limit.
- Hard plastic makes it feel cheap, but it certainly does not look cheap at all.
- Screen should be brighter during sunlight, you can barely see the information if it's a very sunny day. It looks gorgeous at night though.
- It will read the music via USB/AUX/MMC based on how they are ordered in the card or device.
What I dislike about it:
- After a proper installation, every time I accelerate with the car, it makes a whistling noise. I was not paying much attention to it at the beginning, but now it's starting to be very annoying.
It at least saves your position, playback continues where you left off, automatically. The controls it has are as good as you could expect for a simple car stereo (about the same as a good CD player) but no comparison to the full-featured in-dash screens with scroll wheels and an array of on-screen options. Fast forward and rewind are responsive, and work as they should, as does jump forward/back, skip +10/-10 songs, random play, etc., which isn't always the case for cheap MP3 players. There was clearly some thought put into user-friendly operation. When the SD or USB card isn't inserted, it will skip over those options as you change the "mode". And when you plug-in an SD or USB drive, it automatically opens it and starts playing. And it's never been unresponsive to input... All the buttons work quickly, no matter what mode you're in, or what the player is doing.
The (amplifier) sound quality isn't impressive, but for this price, it's probably only slightly worse than you'd expect... Better than cheap amplified computer speakers, and good enough not to matter in a fairly noisy car. But you'll notice your music just doesn't sound right. Particularly with AUX input, you should expect substantial noise and distortion, but while you're moving, the road noise partially masks it.
If you want to add bluetooth to wirelessly stream music from your phone (as well as turn-by-turn navigation directions), you only need to spend another $5.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It doesn't save the radio station when I shut the car off what's the problem with that?Published 7 hours ago by John
Died after few minutes. I worked fine then it died. Would not recommend this product.Published 15 hours ago by Kristopher Cash
This has a good sound output. This is very easy to install and set up. It is a good brand as well.Published 1 day ago by David
I needed something inexpensive for my girlfriend's 1997 Saturn because the factory radio didn't work. This was a 20 minute install, maybe less. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
The radio works fine, has a little trouble picking up "smaller" stations but the bluetooth stopped working after a week and I'm pretty annoyed with that. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer