Released January, 2010
The Pros:Installation is easy enough for a first-time installer. Good sound output with OEM speakers, can produce clear mids and highs. AM/FM tuner is very clear, can get good reception even with weaker signals.
The Cons:There's a pause of a second or two before music starts, with either CD or USB. Takes awhile to re-read the CD when car has been turned off/on.
The 822UA is an in-dash A/V receiver from Boss Audio. The receiver differs from Boss' 820UA since it requires Double DIN installation while the 820UA requires only single DIN mounting. Like the 820UA, it is designed with an active black mask display that has illuminated control buttons and is fully-detachable for security.
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The receiver offers playback of CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3 formats and includes an integrated AM/FM tuner with 24 station presets. The 822UA includes built-in USB and SD card slots as well as an AUX input on the front panel, allowing direct playback from an MP3 player. It provides a total output power of 80 watts through four channels and has a 5-volt preamp output. The receiver comes with a wireless remote control and has a 1 year limited warranty.
- Double DIN mounting
- Full detachable front panel
- Playback: CD, CD-R/RW, MP3
- Output power: 80w x 4 channels
- 5 Volt preamp output
- Oversized, active black mask display
- Illuminated control buttons
- PLL synthesized tuner with 24 station presets
- Front panel AUX input
- USB & SD Memory Card Slot
- Compatible with iPod and other MP3 players
- Separate bass and treble
- Balance and fader controls
- Wireless remote control
- 1 year limited warranty
User Reviews (2)
installation is easy enough for a first-time installer
good sound output with OEM speakers, can produce clear mids and highs
AM/FM tuner is very clear, can get good reception even with weaker signals
comfortable user interface, everything is easy to work with and you won't accidentally hit something you don't mean to
controls are intuitive, everything works the way it seems like it should
there's a pause of a second or two before music starts, with either CD or USB
takes awhile to re-read the CD when car has been turned off/on
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