Released March, 2010
The Pros:Very good sound playback quality, especially for this price. Auxiliary input on the front is a great bonus for this price point. Intuitive user interface with beep responses and many dedicated buttons.
The Cons:At higher volumes lower frequencies begin to sound muddy. Some compatibility issues with burned CDs, more difficult to push in burned discs. SD card slot is placed behind the front panel and can be annoying to change.
The 830UA is an in-dash A/V receiver from Boss Audio. The receiver is designed with an active black mask display that is fully-detachable for security and, like Boss' 825CA, it has touch-sensitive controls.
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It offers playback of CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3 formats and includes an integrated AM/FM tuner with 24 station presets. The receiver differs from the 825CA since it also includes USB and SD memory card slots for playing audio from an external source. The 830UA includes an AUX input on the front panel, allowing direct playback from an MP3 player and also has RCA outputs at both the front and rear of the unit. 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.
- Single mounting
- Full detachable front panel
- Touch-sensitive controls
- Playback: CD, CD-R/RW, MP3
- Output power: 80w x 4 channels
- 5 Volt preamp output
- Oversized, active black mask display
- PLL synthesized tuner with 24 station presets
- Front panel AUX input
- USB & SD Memory Card Slots
- Compatible with iPod and other MP3 players
- Separate bass and treble
- Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs
- Balance and fader controls
- Wireless remote control
- 1 year limited warranty
User Reviews (1)
Very good sound playback quality, especially for this price
Auxiliary input on the front is a great bonus for this price point
Intuitive user interface with beep responses and many dedicated buttons
Easily accessible volume and EQ controls through left-side knob
Easy installation with included documentation
At higher volumes lower frequencies begin to sound muddy
Some compatibility issues with burned CDs, more difficult to push in burned discs
SD card slot is placed behind the front panel and can be annoying to change
Radio signal strength seems to drop after installing this unit
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